Do you know a sixth-grade student who wants to learn more about electricity and attend a fun, educational summer camp? Make sure he/she knows about this program!
February 25, 2022
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Indiana’s 38 electric cooperatives are accepting applications from sixth-grade students (entering seventh grade in the fall of 2022) for Camp Kilowatt. Each year, students who attend camp have the opportunity to gain knowledge about the electrical cooperative industry and electricity, participate in fun summer activities and make new friends.
Camp Kilowatt is a three-night, four-day overnight camp hosted at Camp Tecumseh in Brookston, Indiana, and will take place June 8-11, 2022. Students will meet at Camp Tecumseh the afternoon of June 8 and immediately jump into fun activities and start making new friends. Each year, the camp committee works to develop a well-rounded schedule to strike a balance between education and fun. Activities include a live line safety demonstration, bucket truck rides, electrical pole climbing tutorial, and various activities involving circuit boards, renewables and even Internet safety.
Students will be selected for the trip based on applications submitted to their electric cooperative. All applicants must be sponsored by a rural electric cooperative, have completed sixth grade and are enrolled in seventh grade, and have adequate transportation to and from Camp Tecumseh in Brookston, Indiana. Home-schooled students are also eligible to apply. Individual electric cooperatives may also have specific requirements; please check with them for the full list of criteria.
Camp Kilowatt also includes tons of FUN camp outdoor activities. Program highlights include swimming, canoeing, other lake activities, zip lining, archery, horseback riding, a climbing wall, field games and, of course – a campfire and hotdogs.