We are going virtual this year! COVID-19 has necessitated a change but it cannot stop the show. Camp this year will take place August 10th-14th from 10:00am-2:00pm via Zoom.
The week long program is FREE to attend and registration is limited to 30 students. It is recommended for you to have a laptop, desktop, or tablet to participate and have full functionality of the online programs that will be used.
Registration is now open for the 2019 East of the River Career Exposure Camp! Join us for our 9th year of introducing students to STEAM based careers. Camp will take place August 5th – 9th & 12th – 16th at the DC Dream Center (2826 Q Street SE, Washington, DC 20020). Pre-registration is required due to limited capacity. The camp program is free to attend and will cover careers in architecture, media, and entrepreneurship among others.
Registration is now open for the 2018 East of the River Career Exposure Camp! Join us for our 8th year of introducing students to STEAM based careers. Camp will take place August 6th – 10th and will be held at the DC Dream Center (2826 Q Street SE, Washington, DC 20020). Pre-registration is required due to limited capacity.
Saturday October 14th
10:30am – 1:00pm
DC Dream Center
2826 Q St. SE
Registration is open for camp this summer. Camp will start Monday July 31st and end Friday August 4th. The featured careers will be Architecture and Media. The Student Registration Form and Parent Orientation Packet are required to be filled out in order to be signed up for the camp.
We are also pleased to announce, beginning this summer we will be in a new home at the newly constructed DC Dream Center! The DC Dream Center is the result of a new partnership between The Southeast White House and the National Community Church that will provide a new facility for programs that were previously held at The Southeast White House, plus the opportunity to provide additional programming for the community. The DC Dream Center is located around the corner from The Southeast White House at 28th Place and Q Street SE.
Also, we are excited to begin a monthly Career Exposure Camp program that will continue throughout the year! Stay tuned for additional details.
For 5 years the East of the River Career Exposure Camp has introduced students to careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and the Arts (S.T.E.A.M.) with a unique curriculum led by industry professionals.
We are filing for our 501(c)3 status and we need your financial support to meet this goal.
Join us for a night of celebration, networking, and fun. There will be refreshments, music, a silent auction, and a 50/50 raffle.
The event will take place:
Thursday, June 18, 2015
The Anacostia Arts Center
1231 Good Hope Rd SE, Washington, DC 20020
We hope you can make it!
Please RSVP and make your donation here!
Registration is open for the 2015 edition of the East of the River Career Exposure Camp. This will be our 5th year (wow can you believe it!) providing students with the unique opportunity to learn about various STEAM based careers from industry practitioners. Hurry up and get your registration forms filled out, there are only 20 camp slots available.
The East of the River Career Exposure Camp is gearing up for its 2015 Camp session. It also marks our 5th year anniversary as a Camp. We are very proud of our work and excited about our future endeavors.
Additional information will be posted on how you can celebrate with us and support our efforts. Thank you!
Looking for something for your middle school student to do in August before school starts? You’re just in luck. The 2014 East of the River Career Exposure Camp still has a few spaces available for its 2014 session beginning August 4th and ending August 8th. Join us for the 4th year of our unique program as we explore career opportunities in Architecture, Aviation, and Banking.
There will be an orientation session where you can drop off your forms and ask questions Saturday August 2nd from 11am – 2pm at the Southeast White House, 2909 Pennsylvania Avenue SE Washington, DC 20020.
Space is limited to 20 students, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure your placement.
You can also call the Southeast White House at 202-581-0800/ 202-575-3337. Please ask for Ms. Christina Henderson.
*Students from Wards 7 & 8 have priority enrollment, but the Camp will consider applicants from Maryland and Virginia.