Summer Camps Age 5-6 Years

Camp Bruin Kids - Level A


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Camp Bruin Kids is our traditional day camp where campers are encouraged to participate in a wide variety of activities as they meet new friends. Each week of camp is designed around a weekly theme and includes a dress-up day, on-campus special event and end of the week celebration. Camp Bruin Kids is designed to foster campers’ social, emotional and physical development in a fun and safe environment. Level A gives our youngest campers an opportunity to participate in structured activities as well as unstructured play.

Weekly activities include:

  • Noncompetitive sports and field games
  • Recreational swimming in our Family Pool
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Singing & music
  • Storytime
  • Supervised indoor and outdoor free-choice time
  • Theme activity (Science, cooking, or messy art activity designed around our weekly theme)

Location:

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center

The Family Pool is an outdoor 25-yard pool with a shallow leisure area and adjacent deep water diving well.  Use of this pool is first and foremost for children and students.

Dates:


Camp Bruin Kids in Spanish (New!) - Space Available Weeks 5-9

Is your child enrolled in a Spanish immersion program during the academic year or is Spanish spoken in your home? Would you like your child to have additional opportunities to use conversational Spanish while school is out for the summer? New this year, Camp Bruin Kids LevelsA, B and C will each be offering a dual language group. Campers will follow the traditional camp schedule and do large group activities in English, while in their small group counselors will initiate activities, encourage conversation, give instructions, sing songs and play games with campers in Spanish. 

 *This group is intended for campers who already attend an immersion program or have a parent/guardian or adult figure who regularly engages them in conversational Spanish. Please be aware enrollment in the Spanish group will affect our ability to accommodate group placement and friend requests.

More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Spanish Immersion Program for Camp Bruin Kids - Levels A, B & C

Camp Bruin Kids in Spanish (New!) - Space Available Weeks 5-9

Is your child enrolled in a Spanish immersion program during the academic year or is Spanish spoken in your home? Would you like your child to have additional opportunities to use conversational Spanish while school is out for the summer? New this year, Camp Bruin Kids LevelsA, B and C will each be offering a dual language group. Campers will follow the traditional camp schedule and do large group activities in English, while in their small group counselors will initiate activities, encourage conversation, give instructions, sing songs and play games with campers in Spanish. 

 *This group is intended for campers who already attend an immersion program or have a parent/guardian or adult figure who regularly engages them in conversational Spanish. Please be aware enrollment in the Spanish group will affect our ability to accommodate group placement and friend requests.

More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Bruins on Broadway


All Day, Weekly Sessions

In this musical theater program, campers experience the thrill of performance as they take center stage in a fully mounted musical production for family and friends. This comprehensive musical theater program puts an emphasis on process and developing confidence in a fun and creative environment. In addition to production rehearsal, additional camp activities are listed by group level below.

Weekly activities include:

  • Daily arts and crafts
  • Group voice and dance instruction
  • Dramatic Play

Location:

John Wooden Center

Dates:

June 25 - July 21 (No camp Wednesday, July 4)

Live Performance (Aladdin)

  • Thursday, July 19 @ 6pm
  • Friday, July 20 @ 5pm

More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Bruin Theatrix


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Love the theater...storytelling...dramatic play?  Bruin Theatrix is a creative dramatic program that combines improvisation, storytelling, theater games, music, arts and crafts, puppetry and world mask.  Activities from all areas come together for a camper showcase that parents are invited to attend.

Session Dates:

  • Week 2: June 18 - June 22
  • Week 7: July 23 - July 27

Location:

John Wooden Center

More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Summer Camps Age 7-10 Years

Camp Bruin Kids - Levels B & C


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Camp Bruin Kids is our traditional day camp where campers are encouraged to participate in a wide variety of activities as they meet new friends. Each week of camp is designed around a weekly theme and includes a dress-up day, on-campus special event and end of the week celebration. Camp Bruin Kids is designed to foster campers’ social, emotional and physical development in a fun and safe environment. Level A gives our youngest campers an opportunity to participate in structured activities as well as unstructured play.

Weekly activities include:

  • Noncompetitive sports and field games
  • Cooperative team building games
  • Recreational swimming in our family pool
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Supervised indoor and outdoor free-choice time
  • Theme activity (Science, cooking, or messy art activity designed around our weekly theme)
  • Field Trip

Location:

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center

The Family Pool is an outdoor 25-yard pool with a shallow leisure area and adjacent deep water diving well.  Use of this pool is first and foremost for children and students.

Dates:


Camp Bruin Kids in Spanish (New!) - Space Available Weeks 5-9

Is your child enrolled in a Spanish immersion program during the academic year or is Spanish spoken in your home? Would you like your child to have additional opportunities to use conversational Spanish while school is out for the summer? New this year, Camp Bruin Kids LevelsA, B and C will each be offering a dual language group. Campers will follow the traditional camp schedule and do large group activities in English, while in their small group counselors will initiate activities, encourage conversation, give instructions, sing songs and play games with campers in Spanish. 

 

 *This group is intended for campers who already attend an immersion program or have a parent/guardian or adult figure who regularly engages them in conversational Spanish. Please be aware enrollment in the Spanish group will affect our ability to accommodate group placement and friend requests.

More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Camp Explore - Bruin Leadership


About all Camp Explore Camps

Camp Explore is a series of two-week, half-day specialty camps that give children the opportunity to sharpen their skills in an area that interests them. Mix and match AM and PM Camp Explore programs for a full day of supervised fun.

About Bruin Leadership

In this program, John Wooden’s pyramid of success will be used as a vehicle for discussing and developing skills related to self-esteem, confidence, diversity, tolerance, and teamwork. Through activities like archery, self-defense, challenge course and community service projects, campers will work to develop their self-awareness and leadership skills.

 

Location:

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center

Session Dates:

  • Session A (Morning): June 18 - June 29
  • Session B (Morning): July 16 - July 27
  • Session C (Morning): July 30 - August 10


More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Camp Explore - Bruin Survivor


About all Camp Explore Camps

Camp Explore is a series of two-week, half-day specialty camps that give children the opportunity to sharpen their skills in an area that interests them. Mix and match AM and PM programs for a full day of supervised fun.

About Bruin Survivor

 

Bruin Survivor offers campers the opportunity to explore adventure programming in a fun and safe local environment. Campers will be exposed to basic survival skills, orienteering, shelter building activities and green principles through a variety of outdoor activities. Weekly activities include rock wall, challenge course, on-campus nature hikes, outdoor cooking, and other activities.

 

Location:

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center

Session Dates:

  • Session A (Afternoon): June 18 - June 29
  • Session B (Afternoon): July 16 - July 27 
  • Session C (Afternoon): July 30 - August 10


More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Camp Explore - Creativity Clubhouse


About all Camp Explore Camps

Camp Explore is a series of two-week, half-day specialty camps that give children the opportunity to sharpen their skills in an area that interests them. Mix and match AM and PM programs for a full day of supervised fun.

About Creativity Clubhouse

Creativity Clubhouse is a multidisciplinary camp experience that focuses on fine art, puppetry and mask making, while also incorporating other disciplines such as magic and storytelling into a fun and engaging curriculum. Each two week session is designed around a unique theme.

Location: 

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center

Session A (June 18 - June 29 / Afternoon): Once Upon A Fairytale

This camp will focus on fine art, puppetry and storytelling based on some of our favorite fairytales. Wands and crowns will be just the beginning, we’ll be making our very own dragon mask, faux stained glass art reminiscent of Chagall and there will even be some fairytale magic.

Session B (July 16 - July 27 / Afternoon): Wizard's World

This camp will transport campers into a mythical world of witchcraft and wizardry through activities in fine art, magic, storytelling and more. The first order of business will be to create a wardrobe fit for a wizard. We will also papier-mâché our own witches hat, decoupage a custom spell book, create potions and practice close up magic.

Session C (July 30 - August 10 / Afternoon): Superhero Training Academy

This camp will focus on art, mask making, comic design, special effects and more. Campers will create their own superhero persona complete with custom mask and cape and design a comic strip and other projects using their very own super hero. We’ll even incorporate some photography into our super hero self-portraits. Superhero training wouldn’t be complete without some agility training on at our outdoor challenge course.

More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Camp Explore - Imagination Station


About all Camp Explore Camps

Camp Explore is a series of two-week, half-day specialty camps that give children the opportunity to sharpen their skills in an area that interests them. Mix and match AM and PM programs for a full day of supervised fun.

About Imagination Station

Imagination Station is our science and engineering program. Campers will be exposed to a variety of new skills that incorporate problem solving and opportunities to get creative. Each two week session is designed around a unique theme

Location:

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center

Session A (June 18 - June 29 / Afternoon): Construction Destruction

Campers will put their construction and engineering skills to the test as they build bridges, towers and even a contraption to protect a raw egg from a two-story fall! They’ll also explore the physics behind the construction of structures such as a spaghetti bridge and newspaper dome.

Session B (July 16 - July 27 / Afternoon): Jr. CSI Academy

Campers will use critical thinking and problem solving skills to investigate crime scene science mysteries . We’ll explore the chemistry behind different kinds of evidence and identify different mystery powders. We’ll also analyze fingerprints, handwriting and different types of secret code.

Session C (July 30 - August 10 / Afternoon): Intergalactic Adventure

The galaxy is the limit in this science and engineering camp. Campers will engineer their own robotic space explorer, learn about our solar system and test their knowledge of the laws of motion as they build own bottle rocket.

More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Camp Explore - Strokes


About all Camp Explore Camps

Camp Explore is a series of two-week, half-day specialty camps that give children the opportunity to sharpen their skills in an area that interests them. Mix and match AM and PM programs for a full day of supervised fun.

About Strokes

This program provides progressive instruction in tennis and swimming in a recreational-noncompetitive environment. Weekly activities include tennis, swimming, recreational games, and water play. Each two week session concludes with a water and tennis extravaganza.

Location:

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center

Session Dates:

  • Session A (Morning): June 18 - June 29
  • Session B(Morning): July 16 - July 27 
  • Session C (Morning): July 30 - August 10

More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Bear Necessities


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Bear Necessities is a week-long wilderness program where campers explore the outdoor world in a fun and safe environment. Campers will learn basic survival skills and principles through a variety of outdoor activities. Activities include challenge course, orienteering, and outdoor cooking. The week culminates in an off-campus overnight camping experience in the safety of the camp grounds of UCLA Unicamp.

Drop Off / Pickup Location:

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center

Dates:

Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm

On-campus overnight camping experience: Wednesday - Friday

Week 5:  July 9 - 13

More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Bruin Skate

All Day, Weekly Sessions

Bruin Skate helps campers stay active while teaching the fundamentals of skateboarding in a fun and safe environment. Intermediate skateboarders will improve skills and creatively develop their individual style. Campers are provided with full safety gear (helmet, elbow pads, knee pads and wrist guards).

Drop Off / Pickup Location:

John Wooden Center

Dates:

Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm

Week 5:  July 9 - 13

More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Bruins on Water (8+ years)


About this Camp

Step onboard for a summer of fun where science meets the sea. Campers will be introduced to the wonders of the Pacific Ocean through interactive science experiments and on-the-water aquatic activities. Under the supervision of our knowledgeable and experienced staff, campers will sail, kayak, and experience the marine environment in a safe and exciting way. A varied program of land and water activities promote hands-on learning and an active aquatic lifestyle. 

Important (Please Note)

Since water sports are integral to these programs, participants must successfully complete a swimming test prior to participating in water activities. Campers must be able to comfortably swim fifty consecutive yards and tread water for two minutes. 

Drop-Off / Pick-Up Location:

Parking lot 7 (by John Wooden Center)

Session Dates:

  • Week 1: June 11-15
  • Week 2: June 18-22
  • Week 3: June 25-29
  • Week 4: July 2-6 (no camp July 4)
  • Week 5: July 9-13
  • Week 6: July 16-20
  • Week 7: July 23-27
  • Week 8: July 30-Aug 3
  • Week 9: Aug 6-10

More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Bruins on Broadway - Level B


All Day, Weekly Sessions

In this musical theater program, campers experience the thrill of performance as they take center stage in a fully mounted musical production for family and friends. This comprehensive musical theater program puts an emphasis on process and developing confidence in a fun and creative environment. In addition to production rehearsal, additional camp activities are listed by group level below.

Weekly activities include:

  • Mini workshops in: mime, stage combat, stage makeup, physical comedy, and mask
  • Group voice and dance instruction

Location:

John Wooden Center

Session Dates:

June 25 - July 21 (no camp Wednesday, July 4)

Live Shows (Performance: Shrek):

  • Friday, July 20 @ 7:30pm
  • Saturday, July 21 @ 2:00pm

More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Bruin Theatrix


About this camp

Love the theater...storytelling...dramatic play? Bruin Theatrix is a creative dramatic program that combines improvisation, storytelling, theater games, music, arts and crafts, puppetry and world mask. Activities from all areas come together for camper showcase that parents are invited to attend. 

Location:

John Wooden Center

Session Dates:

  • Week 2: June 18 - June 22
  • Week 7: July 23 - July 27

More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Extreme (9+ year)


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Camp Extreme is an action packed program that provides campers a chance to be active in a variety of areas. These activities include recreational swimming, challenge course, a weekly field trip (refer to schedule), and water sports at the Marina Aquatic Center, such as sailing, kayaking, and standup paddle boarding.

Drop Off / Pickup Location:

Parking Lot 7 (by John Wooden Center)

Dates:


More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Summer Camps Age 11-15 Years

Extreme (11 year)


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Camp Extreme is an action packed program that provides campers a chance to be active in a variety of areas. These activities include recreational swimming, challenge course, a weekly field trip (refer to schedule), and water sports at the Marina Aquatic Center, such as sailing, kayaking, and standup paddle boarding.

Drop Off / Pickup Location:

Parking Lot 7 (by John Wooden Center)

Dates:


More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Waterfront Camp: H2O Adventure


About this Camp

Get the best of all "water worlds" in an aquatic camp that lets you sample a wide range of ocean front activities. Ride the waves on surf and boogie boards at the beach, and then experience the zen of sailing and the adventure of stand up paddleboarding and kayaking at our Marina Aquatic Center. Plan to get wet and have fun while experienced instructors guide you through land and water activities that reflect the best of what the ocean has to offer.

Important (Please Note)

Since water sports are integral to these programs, participants must successfully complete a swimming test prior to participating in water activities. Campers must be able to comfortably swim fifty consecutive yards and tread water for two minutes. 

Drop-Off / Pick-Up Location:

Parking lot 7 (by John Wooden Center)

Session Dates:

  • Week 2: June 18-22
  • Week 3: June 25-29
  • Week 4: July 2-6 (no camp July 4)
  • Week 5: July 9-13
  • Week 6: July 16-20
  • Week 7: July 23-27
  • Week 8: July 30-Aug 3
  • Week 9: Aug 6-10

More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Waterfront Camp: Sailing


About this Camp

The horizon's the limit as campers cast off and learn to sail with our experienced instructors. We combine land and water exercises to make a fun and challenging program with an emphasis on hands-on skills in seamanship, teamwork, and sportsmanship. Beginning campers start in our fleet of Catalina 14 sailboats, while returning campers who have mastered the basic skills have the opportunity to progress to more challenging performance boats.

Important (Please Note)

Since water sports are integral to these programs, participants must successfully complete a swimming test prior to participating in water activities. Campers must be able to comfortably swim fifty consecutive yards and tread water for two minutes. 

Drop-Off / Pick-Up Location:

Parking lot 7 (by John Wooden Center)

Session Dates:

  • Week 1: June 11-15
  • Week 2: June 18-22
  • Week 3: June 25-29
  • Week 4: July 2-6 (no camp July 4)
  • Week 5: July 9-13
  • Week 6: July 16-20
  • Week 7: July 23-27
  • Week 8: July 30-Aug 3
  • Week 9: August 6-10

More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Camp Voyager


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Voyager is an action-packed all day program for teens and tweens who are always on the move. Weekly activities include activities on the UCLA campus, such as archery, rock climbing, and recreational swimming; two Marina Aquatic Center activities, such as sailing and kayaking; and two major field trips (see schedule below).

Important (Please Note)

Since water sports are integral to these programs, participants must successfully complete a swimming test prior to participating in water activities. Campers must be able to comfortably swim fifty consecutive yards and tread water for two minutes. 

Drop-Off / Pick-Up Location:

Parking lot 7 (by John Wooden Center)

Schedule (No Camp Week 4):


More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Junior Rowing Camp (13+ years)


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Junior Rowing Camp introduces teens to the sport of competitive, Olympic-style rowing. This camp gives beginners a firm foundation in rowing stroke fundamentals, boat handling, terminology, and safety, all while having fun in sleek, eight-oared racing shells. 

Important (Please Note)

Since water sports are integral to these programs, participants must successfully complete a swimming test prior to participating in water activities. Campers must be able to comfortably swim fifty consecutive yards and tread water for two minutes. 

Drop-Off / Pick-Up Location:

Marina Aquatic Center, Marina Del Rey (Transportation not provided from/to UCLA campus) 

Address: 14001 Fiji Way, Marina Del Rey

Session Dates:

  • Week 2: June 18-21
  • Week 3: June 25-28
  • Week 5: July 9-12
  • Week 6: July 16-19
  • Week 7: July 23-26
  • Week 8: July 30-Aug 2
  • Week 9: August 6-9
  • Week 10: August 13-16

More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Junior Lifeguarding Camp

All Day, Weekly Sessions 

This camp, based on the American Red Cross Junior Lifeguarding program, builds a foundation of knowledge, attitudes, and skills for future lifeguards. This camp will introduce participants to the skills needed for entry to the American Red Cross Lifeguarding course such as communication and decision-making skills, the basic responsibilities of a lifeguard and the basic knowledge and skills required to be a lifeguard, as well as help prepare campers for the physical demands of acquiring and maintaining a lifeguarding certification. Daily swimming, coursework, and fun camp activities make for an active, awesome aquatic adventure. Participating campers can receive certification in CPR/AED, and first aid, however, will not be certified as a lifeguard. 

Course Prerequisites

Before entering Junior Lifeguarding, participants must demonstrate the following skills:

1. Swim the front crawl for 25 yards continuously while breathing to the front or side. 

2. Swim the breaststroke for 25 yards using a pull, breath, kick and glide sequence. 

3. Tread water for 1 minute using arms and legs. 

4. Show a level of comfort on the back by floating on the back for 30 seconds or swimming on the back for 25 yards using the elementary backstroke or back crawl. 

5. Submerge and swim a distance of 10 feet under water. 

Drop-Off / Pick-Up Location:

Parking Lot 7 (by John Wooden Center)

Session Dates:

  • July 9-July 13

More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Counselors in Training - Mandatory Training (14+ year)


About this Training

This program teaches teens to work with youth while earning community service hours. Each participant will attend mandatory trainings that will cover topics like leadership, team building, supervision of children, inclusion, CPR/First Aid certification, and other specialized trainings as necessary. Directly following the training week, CITs will be placed in a one-week volunteer opportunity in one of our camp programs. Placement in camp programs will depend upon each CIT's age (as listed below), demonstrated strengths, and the weekly needs of each camp program. CITs must pass a swim test for programs that frequent pools or the ocean. 

 For Volunteer Week, CITs may choose to work an AM, PM, or all-day shift for the duration of the week. After successfully completing this two-week program, CITs may be invited to be a CIT Volunteer in our camp programs, providing them the opportunity to volunteer throughout the remainder of the summer.


Important (Please Note)

CITs must attend all training days in one session and at least one full week (a half- or whole-day shift) in the camp they are assigned to train with.

Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Camp Bruin Kids Levels A
  • Camp Bruin Kids Levels B / C
  • Camp Explore

Training Session A

Training Week: June 18-22, 9am-4pm

Volunteer Week: June 25-29

  • AM (8:30am-12:30pm)
  • PM (12:30pm-4:30pm), or
  • All Day (9am-4pm)

Training Session B

Training Week: July 16-20, 9am-4pm

Volunteer Week: July 23-27

  • AM (8:30am-12:30pm)
  • PM (12:30pm-4:30pm)
  • All Day (9am-4pm)

More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Summer Camps Age 16-17 Years

Junior Rowing Camp


About this Camp

Junior Rowing Camp introduces teens to the sport of competitive, Olympic-style rowing. This camp gives beginners a firm foundation in rowing stroke fundamentals, boat handling, terminology, and safety, all while having fun in sleek, eight-oared racing shells. 

Important (Please Note)

Since water sports are integral to these programs, participants must successfully complete a swimming test prior to participating in water activities. Campers must be able to comfortably swim fifty consecutive yards and tread water for two minutes. 

Drop-Off / Pick-Up Location:

Marina Aquatic Center, Marina Del Rey (Transportation not provided from/to UCLA campus) 

Address: 14001 Fiji Way, Marina Del Rey

Session Dates:

  • Week 2: June 18-21
  • Week 3: June 25-28
  • Week 5: July 9-12
  • Week 6: July 16-19
  • Week 7: July 23-26
  • Week 8: July 30-Aug 2
  • Week 9: August 6-9
  • Week 10: August 13-16

More Information:

2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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Counselors in Training - Mandatory Training


About this Training

This program teaches teens to work with youth while earning community service hours. Each participant will attend mandatory trainings that will cover topics like leadership, team building, supervision of children, inclusion, CPR/First Aid certification, and other specialized trainings as necessary. Directly following the training week, CITs will be placed in a one-week volunteer opportunity in one of our camp programs. Placement in camp programs will depend upon each CIT's age (as listed below), demonstrated strengths, and the weekly needs of each camp program. CITs must pass a swim test for programs that frequent pools or the ocean. 

 

 For Volunteer Week, CITs may choose to work an AM, PM, or all-day shift for the duration of the week. After successfully completing this two-week program, CITs may be invited to apply to be a CIT Volunteer in our camp programs, providing them the opportunity to to volunteer throughout the remainder of the summer.


Important (Please Note)

CITs must attend all training days in one session and at least one full week (a half- or whole-day shift) in the camp they are assigned to train with.

Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Camp Bruin Kids Levels A
  • Camp Bruin Kids Levels B / C
  • Camp Explore, Marina Aquatic Center, and Bruins on Broadway

    Training Session A

    Training Week: June 18-22, 9am-4pm

    Volunteer Week: June 25-29

    • AM (8:30am-12:30pm)
    • PM (12:30pm-4:30pm), or
    • All Day (9am-4pm)

       

      Training Session B

      Training Week: July 16-20, 9am-4pm

      Volunteer Week: July 23-27

      • AM (8:30am-12:30pm)
      • PM (12:30pm-4:30pm)
      • All Day (9am-4pm)


      More Information:

      2018 Full Summer Camp Brochure (pdf)

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      Swim Lessons & Other Events

      Late Night Date Night

      Late Night Date Night

      For campers entering Kindergarten-5th grade.

      This program offers an opportunity for our elementary school age campers to enjoy a late night adventure at camp, while parents get the night off!  Activities include: dinner at one of the UCLA Dining Facilities, games, glow in the dark sports, a craft, a movie, popcorn, and dessert.

      • Fridays:  June 22, July 13, August 3
      • Drop Off: 4:30pm if not coming from camp
      • Pick Up: Friday, 11:00pm
      • Fee: $49 per session, per child
      • Location: Sunset Canyon Recreation Center

      Extended Care - New Program!

      Extended Swim

      Need extended care and want an after camp swim lesson?  We've got just the program for you.  Campers enrolled in Extended Swim will be transferred from their regular camp program at JWC or SCRC to Extended Swim at SCRC.  During each week of Extended Swim, campers will participate in 4-25-minute small group (2-3 participants) swim lessons as well as organized activity stations in the extended care room and a snack.  Fee: $125 / week 

      Weekly Extended Care

      If your child needs supervision outside of our regularly scheduled hours, sign up for the Extended Care Program.  Our staff engages campers in quiet play during our morning (7:30-8:30am) and evening (4:30-6:00pm) Extended Care programs.  For the best price, pre-enroll for Extended Care when you register for camp.  

      Fee: $35/week (AM)  $50/week (PM)

      Daily Extended Care

      Need extended care for just one day?  No need to pre-enroll.  Simply complete a short form and submit along with your payment to the cashiering office in the John Wooden Center or Sunset Canyon Recreation Center on the morning of that day. 

      Fee: $10/day (AM)  $15/day (PM)

      Extended Art (Weeks 2 - 9)

      Do you need extended care and want an after camp art activity? We’ve got just the program for you. Campers enrolled in Extended Art will be transferred from their regular camp program at JWC or SCRC to Extended Art at SCRC. During each week of Extended Art, campers will participate in a daily 1 hour art class (4 per week, M-Th) as well as supervised play in the extended care room and a snack.  Extended Art hours are 4:00pm-6:00pm.

      Fee: $125/week


       

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