Youth Education Partners
Youth Education

Partner with youth Education


University Partners

College of Health

The College of Health is among the largest of the colleges and schools at the University with 2,500 undergraduates and 600 graduate students. Degree options include 18 BA/BS degree emphases, 16 master’s degree programs, three clinical doctorates, and five PhD programs. This combination of graduate degrees, professional programs, and undergraduate majors uniquely positions the College to contribute to the clinical and research missions of University of Utah Health and high impact educational practices on the main campus.


Department of Chemistry

The Department of Chemistry, values and welcomes everyone of all backgrounds. They commit to fostering an open environment where they continue to listen to the needs of our students, staff, faculty, and greater scientific community. At our partner camps, they give students a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the world of chemistry.


College of Science Department of Physics and Astronomy

The mission of the University of Utah Department of Physics & Astronomy is to advance knowledge about the appearances and interactions of energy and matter and of celestial objects and phenomena. We strive to share this knowledge with students and the wider community through a continuous effort in undergraduate and graduate teaching and by achieving research excellence in theoretical physics, experimental physics and astronomy.


Entertainment Arts and Engineering (EAE)

Entertainment Arts & Engineering is the overarching term used to describe the interdisciplinary work between the College of Engineering and the College of Fine Arts. Encompassing the array of fields in video game design and development, students from both colleges work together throughout their academic careers. This partnership reflects the current state of the interactive entertainment business world.


Department of Philosophy

The Department of Philosophy offers a well-balanced program in the major areas of Philosophy and has particular areas of strength in Applied Ethics, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Biology, Philosophy of Social Science, Philosophy of Mind and Cognitive Science, Ancient Greek Philosophy, Chinese Philosophy, Practical Reason, Philosophy of Law, Political Philosophy, International Justice and Early Modern Philosophy. At our partner camps, they give high school students a unique opportunity to engage in philosophical thought and discussion before they get to college.



Community Partners

Higher Ground Learning

Higher Ground Learning provides students with educational alternatives that stimulate the intellect and imagination. We have something for every student with our one-on-one academic tutoring, summer workshops, and test prep classes. We specialize in experiential and innovative curricula.


The Paint Mixer

The Paint Mixer, located in Park City, and Sugar House, is “Utah’s Favorite Art Studio” (Utah Family Magazine, 2014). Our workshops for kids and teens are led by a professional instructors who guide students to develop and strengthen their technical skills while exploring the world of acrylic and canvas. In a fun, supportive, and structured atmosphere, students produce display-worthy pieces and showcase their masterpieces at an artist exhibit.


Utah Museum of Contemporary Art (UMOCA)

The Utah Museum of Contemporary Art (UMOCA) advances and elevates the community of contemporary arts and culture, establishing Utah as a leading voice for the spirit of innovation, experimentation and dialogue surrounding the issues of our time. At our partner camps, participants get an unique opportunity to hone their artistry in a behind-the-scenes weeklong residency.


Game Night Games

College of Architecture and Planning

Game Night Games carries a large selection of strategy board games and card games, particularly Euro games such as Settlers of Catan and Ticket to Ride (as well as traditional games such as Chess, Go, and Backgammon). Game Night Games features an in-store gaming area and regular game nights. At our partner camps, instructors create a positive learning environment by using cooperative board and card games to engage participants.


Learning Through Robotics

Learning Through Robotics partners with global STEM education curriculum leaders to teach and reinforce STEM concepts through “hands on” activities using robotics technology. Youth who like engineering subjects, maths, and sciences will love our partner camps because of the interaction they will have with several types of robots. Participants will actually build mini robots using building models, attaching sensors and motors that are plugged into a computer and configure its behavior using a simple programming tool developed by world’s leading research institutions and robotic companies.


FRIENDS of Great Salt Lake

The mission of FRIENDS is to preserve and protect the Great Salt Lake Ecosystem and to increase public awareness and appreciation of the lake through education, research, advocacy and the arts. Our partner camps are rooted in inquiry-based learning and emphasizes learning through participation. They combine informal environmental education strategies while incorporating science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) to reinforce the Utah Common Core State Science Standards.


Clever Octopus

Clever Octopus is a waste-based nonprofit that inspires creativity and environmental consciousness through the resale of high-quality, affordable thrifted art and craft materials and by offering educational art and science programming for all ages and communities. At our partner camps, they provided students an opportunity to explore art in connection with other subject areas.