Summer Program Safety
Each year, the University of Massachusetts Boston is proud to host hundreds of area youth in a diverse array of summer programs. Some programs offer academic enrichment. Others focus on sports and outdoor activities. All offer participants exposure to our waterfront campus and university atmosphere. It is our hope to one day welcome these youth as UMass Boston students!
For more information about individual programs, please click on the links below. For administrative resources, including necessary forms, please see below.
For Summer Program staff who are anticipating bringing their youth to the University Food Court, it is required that you contact David Levine, General Manager of Dining Services, in order to coordinate arrival times and appropriate ordering options. In addition, it is also required that program staff be with the youth in their program at all times while they are in the cafeteria and that the noise is kept at an appropriate level as university employees and students will also be using the Food Court. If you have any questions, please contact David Levine at David.Levine@umb.edu
Camp Shriver: http://www.csde.umb.edu/shriver.html
Health Careers Opportunity Program: http://www.hcop.umb.edu/
The Talented and Gifted (TAG) Latino Program: http://www.umb.edu/tag
If you would like your child to attend a youth program on the University of Massachusetts Boston campus, please fill out and return the following Youth Program Application packet to the appropriate program. Be sure to check with the specific program to find out when the closing dates for accepting applications are.
Click here to access the Youth Programs Staff Expectations and Standards.
Please ensure that you have the following emergency and medical information for your staff:
UMass Boston's Department of Public Safety has created the following Code of Conduct that all youth are required to abide by. If it is deemed that a youth has violated the Code of Conduct, the appropriate disciplinary action will be taken.
All Youth Summer Program binders must be submitted the the Youth Nurses in Univesrity Health Safety by June 11th.