Canoes in water

Summer at Pitt-Bradford

We have many experiences planned to keep area youth busy this summer!

Experience a summer you won’t forget. 

Canoe along the Allegheny River and camp along its banks. Learn to program video games and create your own virtual reality apps. Solve a mystery in the Crime Scene Investigation House. Improve your basketball, baseball, soccer, swimming, or wrestling skills. Discover how fun engineering technology can be.

Summer at Pitt-Bradford has so many fun, enriching camps for area youth. Sign up today!


Canoe on the river bank

Allegheny Institute of Natural History River Scholars

Canoe down the Allegheny River, learn about the natural history, and camp along the river.
July 9 - 12 Grades 9-12

Baseball player sliding into base

Baseball Prospects Clinic

The camp will cover pitching, catching and hitting and will include a tour of campus.
Aug. 4 and Aug 5 Grades 9-12


Hands forming a ceramic piece

Ceramics for Beginners

Participants will use hand-building techniques to make mini monster planters and cups for you to take home.
1-3:30 p.m. June 12-22, grades 6-12.

Students looking at fingerprints

Crime Scene Investigation – Help Solve Case 16701

Unravel the mysterious disappearance of “Professor Smith."
July 10-14 Grades 7-9


Duke building lobby

Fun With Engineering Technology

Learn about sustainability, get an introduction to design engineering, and conduct experiments.
June 26-30 Grades 8-12

Youth painting at art camp

Inspired by Water Art Camp

Young artists can explore water-media and waterways
July 24-27 ages 8-11

Children swimming at swim camp

Junior Lifeguard Camp

Learn what it takes to become an American Red Cross lifeguard.
June 5-8 Grades 6-9 

Soccer players at practice

Soccer Camp

Learn the basic skills of soccer through drills and games. 
June 12-15 Grades 3-9

UPB Softball player sliding to base

Softball Prospect Camp

Instruction will include: hitting, position/skill work, base-running. Lead by Pitt-Bradford Coaching staff and Panther players.
June 21 Grades 10-12

Children swimming at swim camp

Swim Camp

This camp will focus on developing skills in all strokes, starts and turns, dryland training, and team fun. 
July 17-20 Grades 3-9 


Esports students playing games

Video Game Development

Learn video game programming, game mechanics, and coding and discover how to use Unity to publish a game for the public to download. 
July 17, 19 and 21 Grades 6-9 


Profesor and students using VR equipment

Virtual Reality World

Experience virtual reality and augmented reality multiplayer games and learn about creating your own games and environments using popular technologies. 
July 10, 12 and 14 Grades 6-9 

Baseball player sliding into base

Youth Baseball Clinic

Learn the fundamentals of baseball for children as well as time management, teamwork, and living an active lifestyle.
July 21 and July 22 Grades K-6 

Kids playing basketball

Youth Basketball Camp

Develop skills, improve team play, and gain an overall understanding of the game. 
July 17-20 Grades 3-9

Wrestling match

Prospect Wrestling Camp

Prospects will conduct a two-hour practice and tour campus.  June 10 Grades 10-12