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William Penn University to Host Applied Technology Day Camp from June 11–15


William Penn University will host an Applied Technology Day Camp, June 11–15 at the Musco Technology Center (MTC) on the Oskaloosa campus. The all-day camp is for students entering grades 1–8. The cost for the first child is $100, with a price reduction for additional children. Students will have a unique opportunity for hands-on learning with 3D printing, virtual reality, robotics, computer programming, and other innovative technologies.

Josh Stutting, Camp Director and Instructor of Applied Computer Science at William Penn, stated the camp program is designed to appeal to a wide audience.

“I am very excited with the changes to the program this summer,” said Stutting. “The campers should get an experience designed to allow them to explore the whole world of technology. Every camper should be able to find something fun and interesting, even if they are not strictly excited about computer programming. The camp this summer will not focus on sitting behind the keyboard most of the day. It will be an exploration into a wide variety of fun technologies. I am most excited about seeing the campers print 3D figures of themselves.”

Spots for registration are limited. The deadline to register is Friday, June 1, or until full. For more information or to register, visit or contact Josh Stutting at

What: WPU Applied Technology Day Camp

Who: Children who have completed Kindergarten through going into 8th grade.

When: June 11–15; 7:45 to 8:30AM drop off, Pickup from 4:30 to 5:15PM

Cost: $100 for the first child. Each additional child from the same household gets a $25 discount. Total cost for legal guardian: 1 camper–$100, 2 campers–$175, 3 campers–$250, 4 campers–$325, 5 campers–$400. A maximum $400 for families who send 5 or more children.

Where: WPU Musco Technology Center (MTC), 319 R Ave W, Oskaloosa, IA 52577


For more information, contact:

Miranda Keeler
Communications/Event Coordinator
William Penn University
641-673-1078 |

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