Sign up for one of WTJU’s summer radio camps!

Want to get behind the mic and make some great radio? Then join WTJU this July for one of our summer radio camps!

What:
Students will learn the basics of audio production, conduct radio interviews, visit music venues and studios in town, produce a short audio piece, and put together a radio show.

Carrie recordingWho:
Middle and High School students.

When:

Middle School radio camp (ages 11-14): July 6-10, 9am-3pm daily

High School radio camp (ages 15-18): July 13-17, 9am-3pm daily

Where:
The WTJU studios in Lambeth Commons (Directions to the studio). The camps also include occasional field trips to venues around Charlottesville.

Why:
Because radio is awesome and WTJU’s record library is a thing to behold.

Cost:
$75
per student. Scholarships are available for those with a financial need.

Includes tuition, snacks, & beverages. Lunch is NOT included. Students are expected to bring their own lunch.

How to register:

REGISTER HERE. for the middle school radio camp (ages 11-14), July 6-10.

REGISTER HERE for the high school radio camp (ages 15-18), July 13-17

Questions? Email Nathan Moore at nbm9he@virginia.edu.

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