This year, due to COVID-19 restrictions and out of an abundance of caution, we will be holding summer camp at our new Scotch Plains facility so that we have more control over the cleaning and COVID-19 compliance of our space.
Metro Media Institute
2277B South Avenue
Scotch Plains, NJ 07076
Session 1: July 5 - July 16
Session 2: July 19 - July 30
Session 3: August 2 - August 13
Camp will run Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (aftercare available from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.)
We will also be running off-site field trips every session. More information on the trips will be provided after registration.
Tuition for camp this year will be charged by session.
1 Session (2 weeks) - $1510
2 Sessions (4 weeks) - $1600
3 Sessions (6 weeks) - $1660
Session 1: Photography & Art (Ages 7-15)
Photography - Learn how to operate a DSLR Camera, and edit your own photos using Lightroom & Photoshop. Build your own photography portfolio.
Art - This course covers drawing and painting. Students will create a self-portrait while covering different shading and coloring techniques. The learner will operate by using acrylic on canvas.
Session 2: Website Development & Film Making (Ages 7-15)
Website Development - Create and design your own website or blog. Students will create a page that is unique to each camper while learning how to code.
Film Making- This course will cover the fundamentals of making a film, teaching campers how to prepare for a shoot, use video equipment, and edit projects on Adobe Premiere. Campers will gain experience in all stages of production while completing their own video project.
Session 3: Minecraft & Graphic Design (Ages 7-15)
Minecraft - The course will enhance creativity, problem-solving, self-direction, collaboration, and other life skills. Students will learn the fundamentals of creating their own levels in a wide-open Minecraft world.
Graphic Design - This course will give students a basic understanding of graphic design and programs used in the field, such as Adobe Photoshop, and Illustrator and Canva. The learners' final project will reinforce their understanding of graphic design with a final poster project.
To reserve your spot, there is a $75 non-refundable deposit.
Cancellation requests must be made at least 7 days prior to the camp week’s start date and must be made via the email attached to the account profile.
Cancellations will receive a credit for the balance paid, minus the non-refundable deposit. All credits are good for one year.
There are no refunds on camp deposits or payments.
In the event that Metro Media Camp cancels a session, tuition (including the deposit) will be refunded.
At Metro Media Summer Camp, we put the health and safety of our campers first.
Due to the development of COVID-19, our staff wants to assure you that this is our number one priority and extra precautions will be taken to ensure our campers and staff remain healthy.
Our staff has made all proper CDC-certified steps to provide a clean and safe summer session for our campers.
We will ensure that campers will be working in smaller groups to comply with the state-set guidelines and to allow for proper social distancing.
Daily Temperature Checks:
Temperatures of every camper and staff member will be taken before entering the building.
Dismissal from Activity:
If any staff member or camper experiences sickness or feels ill, we urge them to stay home and/or will dismiss them for the day.
Cleaning and Hygiene
Hand sanitizer, tissues, and wipes will be available in all areas and workstations to allow for frequent use.
Hand-washing will occur between activities or when a camper leaves their workstation.
All surfaces will be sanitized frequently throughout the day and a deeper cleaning will take place at the end of each day.
Computers, keyboards, mice, monitors, and chairs will be wiped down between uses and before and after any food is consumed.
Masks and Social Distancing
All staff members will wear masks throughout the entire day and we urge campers to do the same whenever possible (exceptions include when eating, filming, etc.).
Campers' workstations will be six feet apart and if they work together on a project, they will wear the necessary face coverings.
We encourage campers to bring their own personalized water bottles this year to prevent the possibility of mixing bottles and spreading germs.
We will provide fresh purified water to refill their containers. Water bottles will still be available when needed. Campers should also bring their lunch to prevent the possible spread of COVID-19 from delivery of ordered food.
Metro Media Camp staff will continuously monitor the NJ COVID-19 dashboard, which includes complying with all regulations as they are released.
They can be found at this link.
For questions regarding the above information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your patience as we work to respond to any questions or concerns you may have.