Howling With CALS: Summer Camp for Rising Freshmen

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howling with CALS

Join us for a week of exploring agriculture and life sciences at NC State!

The Howling with CALS Camp is a 5-day residential camp (June 9 -13, 2024) for a small group of rising high-school freshmen from rural North Carolina counties or underrepresented communities to reside on North Carolina State University’s campus to learn more about opportunities within agriculture and life sciences.

From meeting our dairy cows and having a taste of howling cow ice cream to propagating weird and wonderful plants, this week promises a lot of fun discovery. We are seeking students who are interested in learning more about agriculture and life sciences disciplines, have a passion for making a difference, and understanding the science behind these fields, and participating in hands-on learning.

This is a grant-funded opportunity. Eligible and selected campers do not need to pay a registration or camper fee (travel costs to and from NC State’s campus not included). Our goal is to expose young people to many of the academic, career, and professional opportunities within our College, and to support them even further in thinking through preparing to be a successful and well-balanced high school student ready to apply to college in the future. Campers will be led by camp counselors through a number of different activities during their stay on campus.

Applications are open now! Click here to Apply. We are accepting applications until April 17 and families will be notified shortly thereafter.


Please contact our Camp Planning Team at with any questions.


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