A student builds a terrarium at the 2015 Prairie Rose Project Summer Youth Camp at UTTC

UTTC ELEMENTARY EDUCATION | Prairie Rose Project

Summer Youth Camp

The Prairie Rose Project Summer Youth Camp teaches young Native students how to have fun learning.  Camp takes place on the UTTC campus and is free and open to Native American students 13-14 years old living on reservations.

Students will spend a week on the UTTC campus, living in the dorms, engaging in activities that focus on areas of Science, Technology, Recreation, Enginerring, Art, and Math (STREAM) and going on field trips in the Bismarck/Mandan area.

The Prairie Rose Project Summer Youth Camp is funded by a demonstration grant from the Office of Indian Education, but the U.S. Department of Education and operated by the Teacher Education Department at UTTC.

2018 Summer Youth Camp

Dates: TBD

Registration: CLOSED
Registration for 2018 is closed. Pease check back soon for updates.

Registrations are accepted on a first come, first served basis. It is strongly encouraged to submit your registrations in early. Registration is open to students 13-14 years of age who live on a reservation. Students must be able to attend the entire week of camp.


Please send completed forms to:

UNITED TRIBES TECHNICAL COLLEGE
ATTN: Jenifer Heid, Skills Center
3315 University Drive
Bismarck, ND 58504

OR Fax or Email completed forms to:

Fax: 701.530.0620
Email: jheid@uttc.edu