Welcome Willamette’s July and August visitors

by University Communications,

Please welcome these guests to Willamette University. They will attend conferences, camps and events on campus.  

Events beginning in July and August

July 1–Aug. 5: The Oregon Commission for the Blind will host its Summer Work Experience Program on campus.
 
July 8–13: Willamette women’s basketball will welcome girls ages 10–17 for Pro Hoops Girls Youth Camp.
 
July 20–22: Members of the American Association of University Women will meet on campus.
 
July 22–Aug. 7: About 60 students from Fujimi High School in Tokyo will visit.
 
July 22–29: The Northwest Association for Blind Athletes will bring more than 100 youth to Willamette for Camp Abilities Oregon.
 
July 23–27: Willamette men’s basketball will host approximately 130 boys for its Boys Youth Camp.
 
July 23–28: High school seniors will visit campus during Oregon Private College Week Camp, which is sponsored by Oregon Gear Up and the Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges and Universities.
 
July 31–Aug. 3: Yearbooks Northwest, a camp for students who want to learn how to create yearbooks, will be in residence.
 
Aug. 2–4: Willamette women’s basketball will host the Elite High School Girls camp.
 
Aug. 3–6: Approximately 70 math educators will be on campus for an Oregon Math Leaders’ conference.
 
Here’s a list of early summer visitors.
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