Point Park University announces Summer in the City programs

Youth and high school students can test academic and  career waters through Summer in the City programs at Point Park University.

Offered at its Downtown campus, Point Park University’s summer programs include accounting, animation, broadcasting, cinema arts, civic engagement, choreography, dance, esports, and theatre.  In addition, two new programs will be offered this summer:  radio / TV broadcast and public relations and advertising.

“Our Summer in the City programs are a great way for younger students to get a taste of academic college life, experience the excitement of Downtown Pittsburgh, and find out what motivates them about learning,” said Heidi Ward, Director of Community and Summer Education at Point Park University.  

Students will have access to the University’s award-winning community and state-of-the-art facilities while experiencing hands-on, real-world learning and application. Summer programs are open to both residents and commuters.  All students are required to be fully vaccinated to participate.

For more information, visit www.PointPark.Edu/SummerCamps, call 412-392-3457 or email summercamps@pointpark.edu.

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