An introduction to culinary arts
Dates: June 17-21, 2019
Grades: Rising 9th - 12th grades
Cost: $700 Residential / $400 Commuters What's included in the cost?
Registrations Due: June 22, 2018
Students will be immersed in a week of cooking, baking, and learning about local produce and nutrition. Participants will spend time in the classroom and the kitchen each day. They will learn about food and kitchen safety, basic and advanced cooking techniques, and will prepare their own recipes. The students will also visit local community markets and gardens and will discuss with farmers and nutritionists the benefits of eating local and eating in season. The class will conclude on Friday with a luncheon for parents and guardians prepared by the Rebel Chefs.
Sponsoring Department: The Department of Computer Science
Camp Type: 1 Week Residential or Commuter, non-credit
Seats Available: 19 max
- Be in good academic and conduct standing at the time of admission. The school can be public, private, parochial, or even home educated.
- Complete the online application.
This camp is a CREATE-eligible camp.
If you are a resident of Lee, Pontotoc, or Union counties, you are eligible for a scholarship made available through the CREATE Foundation. Scholarships cover the entire cost of attending select camps. Each individual may qualify for only one scholarship per summer.
8:00am – 12:00pm
1:00pm – 4:30pm
Daily Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8:00 AM-4:30 PM; Friday, 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Move-in for residential students will be the Sunday prior to the camp’s beginning. Details will be sent by email two weeks beforehand.
Lunch will be provided at Rebel Market for all students.
Residential students will live in the Residential College South, supervised by live-in counselors. All counselors are undergraduate students trained in the supervision of minors and background-checked. Evening recreational activities may include use of the campus recreational center, board games, and trips to locations on campus or in town.
Denver Bridwell has been working in the food and hospitality industry for 5 years. His career began in a po boy shop on the Oxford Square and has taken him from there to butchering, catering, fine dining, and ultimately the dessert and pastry world. He currently cooks at Saint Leo on the Oxford Square where he works the usual dining shifts in addition to making the desserts. He specializes in ice cream and makes all his recipes from scratch using the traditional French method.
Registration for a camp or program is a two-part process – the online registration form and additional documentation. Both parts must be submitted to our office before a student is confirmed for enrollment in the program.
If you are a resident of Lee, Pontotoc, or Union counties, please call our office at (662) 915-7621 to obtain a scholarship code for this camp. Please note: individual students may qualify for just one scholarship per summer.
- Register Online
- Step 1: Go to the online registration portal.
- Step 2: Click “Add Event to Cart.”
- Step 3: Enter the Student’s Information and click “Continue.”
- Step 4: Review your Cart Information and click “Checkout.”
- Enter your email address and click “Continue Unregistered.”
- Select the appropriate payment method and follow the prompts to complete the payment transaction. If you have a discount/scholarship code, you can enter it on the right side of the page and click “Apply.”
- Step 5: Enter the Parent/Guardian and Emergency Contact Information. Click “Submit.” You will receive an emailed receipt and confirmation of registration. Please retain a copy of this receipt for your reference and tax purposes.
- Submit Medical Form
- We value the safety and well-being of all our participating students. In the case emergency or medical attention is required, ALL camps and programs require parents to submit medical forms on behalf of the student. Please DO NOT forget to return this form to our office as this will hold up the registration process for your student. If you have already submitted the medical form for a camp this summer, you will not have to submit it again. We do not retain medical documentation from previous summers.
- Step 1: Download and complete the Summer Medical Form (at top of page) with the appropriate student and parent information.
- Step 2: Attach a copy of:
- Student’s insurance card,
- Parent’s driver’s license
- Shot records with the last Tetanus Immunization or Booster Shot, and
- Any other medical documents needed to seek treatment
- Step 3: Send the form and attachments to our office at: Outreach and Continuing Education, Office of Pre-College Programs, The University of Mississippi, P.O. Box 1848, University, MS 38677-1848.
- For the security of you and your student’s information, please do not email or fax medical forms to our office. We request that you mail or bring the forms to our office.
- Submit Agreement
- The Office of Pre-College Programs has set guidelines and rules in place for the safety of the students participating in our camps and programs. Please review these guidelines and rules and discuss with your student(s) before the first day of the program. The Agreement Form is available at the top of the page.
Commuter Student Information
- Students, including commuters, and their parents will attend a program orientation. The program director and summer staff will go over the details of the week, important guidelines and rules of the program, and additional information related to the program.
- Daily Check-In/Out
- Each day, Monday-Friday, commuting students will be dropped off at a designated location on campus. The parent will check-in the student with a summer counselor and provide a contact number for the day.
Residential Student Information
- Residential students will move into the residence hall on a Sunday afternoon. Students will receive a room card, a meal card, and Welcome Home pack at the check-in table.
- Students, including commuters, and their parents will attend a program orientation. The program director and summer staff will go over the details of the next two weeks, important guidelines and rules of the program, and additional information related to the program.
- Residential students will move out of the residence hall after class and the final exam or parent presentation are over on the last Friday at 12:00 noon.
- Students will be required to complete a Check-Out Form and Room Inspection before departing the program.
- Medical Care and Safety
- All students participating in a camp or program offered by the Office of Pre-College Programs must complete and return a Summer Medical Form with required documentation (e.g. shot records, insurance card, parent’s driver’s license). This form grants our office the ability to seek medical treatment for a student that is sick or injured. Students lacking this form by the first day of a program will not be able to participate until full documentation is submitted – no exceptions will be made to this policy.
Due to their age, students are not allowed access to the V.B. Harrison Student Health Center on campus. Students requiring non-emergency medical care between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. will be transported to an urgent care facility with parent’s approval. There is not an after hours medical clinic in Oxford, so students requiring medical care after 7 p.m. and before 9 a.m. are transported to the emergency room at Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi with parent’s approval.
Supervision of Minors. The University of Mississippi and the Office of Pre-College Programs values the safety of all of our students. Our staff and counselors undergo extensive training and complete background checks before our summer camps and programs begin. Our office has policies and guidelines set in place to effectively supervise and ensure the safety of all students under our care. For more information on this policy, please visit http://eorc.olemiss.edu/minors/.
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