Students have an opportunity to make new friends as they spend and exciting day learning new media techniques and skills related to Filmmaking, Graphic Design, Digital Arts, and Broadcast/Print Journalism.
The goal of NSU’s Multimedia Camp Preview Day is to provide middle and high school students an opportunity to gain real world experience, walk away with a finished project, and get a glimpse of what campers experience as a part of our summer Multimedia Camp. All in a fun environment, working alongside upper-level university students and industry professionals.
$50.00 (includes breakfast and lunch, t-shirt, and fun activities)
Registration is now open (space is limited).
Please be sure to also fill out the Registration Packet and submit to email@example.com.
Deadline: Registration closes on March 23, 2018.
NSU Student Media works closely with Nova Southeastern University Public Safety Officers to assure a safe environment. Our Office of Public Safety also has a cooperative relationship with the City of Davie Police Department who patrols our campus.
Our counselors are well trained and aware of all of NSU policies and procedures relating to fire safety. If a fire drill occurs during the camp session counselors will vacate all campers from the affected building; counselors will the report incident to the appropriate coordinator and Public Safety
All teens must have a recent medical form on file. Despite our best efforts, some teens will get sick and occasional accidents will happen. Make sure we have a detailed health and welfare instructions so, if this happens, we may get your teen proper attention. Please include warnings of sensitivity to certain medications and severe allergies.
Nova Southeastern University has a system for detecting and warning about lightning in the area. If the alarm sounds, there is plenty of time to get inside safely. Counselors are well versed in Nova Southeastern University’s policies and procedures related to bad weather safety. All outside activities will be cancelled until weather allows.
South Florida in May can be extremely hot and prolonged exposure to the sun dangerous to your skin. Sunscreen should be applied for all outdoors activities.
Electronics: You will be doing a great deal of work in teams on computers. Students should bring their laptops and cameras
Clothing: It can be chilly in our building. We suggest bringing a sweater, light jacket and because it can rain unpredictably in South Florida, rain jacket. Teens should dress comfortable Jeans or shorts (knee length) as projects will take us both inside and outside. It is preferable for students to wear sneakers and or flat shoes.
You will be contacted in advance if a change of clothing is required due to planned activities.
Personal items: any medicine required daily and sun screen
What not to bring: Fireworks, weapons, pocket knives, water guns, expensive jewelry, mini fridges, and or plug in coolers
Meals: Food will be prepared and provided by Chartwells (e.g., Breakfast, lunch, and dinner). Snacks will also be provided throughout the day. Please contact us if your teen has special dietary requirements.