2015 List of Programs
For tickets and schedule information, please call the MSMT Box Office at 207-725-8769, or visit the MSMT website.
For more information, please visit the organization's website.
For more information on the Coastal Summer Challenge Soccer Tournament, hosted by Seacoast United Maine, please visit the event website.
The Infrared Spectroscopy Course is the longest-running summer program in its area of study in the United States. Initiated at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1950, the program moved to Bowdoin in 1972. Over 3000 scientists have come to campus to work with many of the original staff.
For more information on the Infrared Spectroscopy Course, please visit the program's website.
For more information please visit the camp's website or contact Max Silberlicht at 207-721-5024.
The Bowdoin International Music Festival, founded in 1964 and separately incorporated in 1997, includes a music school, several concert series and the Gamper Festival of Contemporary Music. Approximately 250 gifted performers in their teens and twenties from more than 20 countries participate each summer in a concentrated program of instrumental, chamber music and composition studies with a faculty composed of teacher-performers from the world's leading conservatories.
For more information, please contact the Bowdoin International Music Festival at email@example.com.
The Dick Fosbury Track Camp is a track and field camp for campers ages 12 to 18, including high school graduates.
For more information on the Dick Fosbury Track Camp, please contact camp co-director and Bowdoin College track coach Peter Slovenski at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-725-8049. Additional information and registration materials can also be found on the Dick Fosbury Track Camp website.
The Polar Bear Boys Basketball Camp is one week of concentrated basketball instruction, including team and individual fundamental skills that will help campers (entering grades 4-12) improve their game. For more information and online camp registration click here.
Visit the Bowdoin Summer Art Camp page for more information and registration.
Visit the Bowdoin Summer Day Camp page for registration and schedule information.
For more information, please contact Camp Director Brianne Weaver directly at 207-725-3713 or at email@example.com.
For more information on this overnight tennis camp, please visit the adidas Tennis Camp website.
Visit the AP Summer Institute in Biology page for more information and registration.
For more information visit the camp's website, or contact Camp Director Nicky Pearson directly at 207-725-3329 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the Maine Learning Technology Initiative 2015 Summer Institute, please visit the organization's website.
Through individualized instruction and small-sided games, the staff will teach the campers in fundamental skill development, game strategy, and teamwork. For more information and to register, please visit the camp's website.
For more information, please contact Camp Director Adrienne Shibles at 207-725-3649.
For more information, please contact Nicky Pearson at 207-725-3329.