Washington State University is accepting applications until midnight on June 5 for its summer NY’EHE camp for Native youth. The camp is hosted by WSU Native American Programs and will run June 27-July 1 at WSU’s Pullman campus. The college provides all supplies needed for the camp. and all expenses are covered except transportation to and from the campus.
The NY’EHE (Native Youth Exploring Higher Education) camp is for incoming high school students. During the program, students stay in WSU residence halls and participate in a variety of STEAM and college exploration activities. Each day is filled with academic, social, and light physical activities. Students will learn from WSU faculty, staff, students, and cultural guests.
The application, available online, must be completed by both the student and their parent(s)/guardian(s). Participants must be vaccinated against COVID-19.