FOOD SCIENCE CAMP
Food Science Camp, conducted by faculty, staff, and students from Auburn’s College of Agriculture is open to science-loving rising 10th – 12th graders. If you’ve ever wondered what makes sour candies so sour or why your soda goes flat – our 5-day residential camp is for you!
Learn more about this program from Auburn’s Youth Programs Website.
Agricultural Science Teacher Workshops
Every two years our department hosts an “Ag Teacher Workshop” where high school teachers across the state involved in FFA gather for professional development in poultry judging.
Teachers walk through the same judging stations their students will assess in the FFA Career Development Competitions next fall. These stations include layer and broiler placing, interior and exterior egg grading, carcass placing and grading,further processed products grading and a written exam.
Helping these teachers understand the mechanics behind the FFA contests will help their students excel at when they come to the contests next fall.
P.E.E.P.S. MINI-CAMP (RISING 1ST-6TH GRADERS)
Each summer our department hosts the P.E.E.P.S (Poultry & Egg Experiences for Prospective Students) camp! At P.E.E.P.S camp, students have the chance to learn about poultry, while participating in hands-on projects.
Join us this year for “Camp P.E.E.P.S.” mini-camps! We will offer four mini-camps on June 13, 14, 16 and 17. Two of these camps are designated for Rising 1st-3rd graders (June 13 and 14), two camps are designated for Rising 4th-6th graders (June 16 and 17).
Camp will begin at 7:45 AM and end at 12:00 PM. We will take 10 campers each day, and will provide poultry science crafts, educational games and a wide array of activities to provide them with a day of learning and fun!
To register, download the following forms and return them to the Ms. Codi Plaster, Student Services Coordinator with payment by May 30, 2016. If you have questions, please contact Ms. Plaster at 334-844-2881 or by email (email@example.com).