For K-12 Summer Camp Scholarships  

MSUM  has received a $7,500 grant from the FM Area Foundation to support student scholarships for the MSUM Community Outreach K-12 Summer Camps.

The grant will fund partial and full need-based scholarships for students in K-12 attending any of the summer camps offered by MSUM Community Outreach. Camps offered this summer include: College for Kids & Teens (ages 6-18), Multimedia Journalism Camp (ages 13-18), Coding Camp (ages 13-18) and SCRUBS, a residential camp for students entering grades 9 through 12.

College for Kids & Teens is a summer camp program for students K-12. Expert instructors teach classes that encourage exploration, adventure and creativity while cultivating young people’s understanding and appreciation for a variety of topics. The three camps for High School age students are an opportunity for fun, learning and career exploration. These camps were all new in 2016 and include Multimedia Journalism Camp, Coding Camp and SCRUBS Camp (in partnership with Healthforce Minnesota). Each camp has a specific focus and allows student in high school to learn from local professionals and MSUM faculty in each field.

“I am so grateful that Community Outreach was granted funds from the FM Area Foundation. With their support we are able to help fulfill one of our goals of building a better community for all by creating and offering programs for local youth,” said Shireen Alemadi, assistant director for Community Outreach & Engagement.

For more information on any of the camps mentioned or to register visit; or contact Shireen Alemadi at or 218.477.2579.

MSU Moorhead has supported student and community engagement since 1885. Almost every college, department and unit on campus has a pre-K-12 outreach initiative that is making a difference to young people across Minnesota by sharing the university’s knowledge and resources. MSUM has a rich tradition of partnership-building with organizations and community members, all in an effort to promote equity, access, and social justice.

The FM Area Foundation is a nonprofit, community foundation created by and for the people of Cass County, North Dakota, and Clay County, Minnesota. The FM Area Foundation helps people give back to the community and ensures the needs of the community are addressed now and in perpetuity. Working in partnership with individuals, families, businesses and nonprofits, the FM Area Foundation manages charitable funds and provides grants to qualified nonprofit organizations and causes.