TV Summer Camps

Town Meeting TV Community Media Summer Camp | July 18 - 22, 2022 | 9:00 am - 12:30 pm | Burlington


Join Field Producer Travis Washington and Neighborhood Interns to learn community TV production, stop motion animation, media making skills, and more.

The camp is open to ages 12-15 and takes place at Town Meeting TV Studios (294 North Winooski Avenue, Burlington) from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm from Monday, July 18th - Friday, July 22nd. Participants will learn video and audio production and editing skills while producing an individual or collaborative creative media project. LGBTQ+ and BIPOC youth are encouraged to participate.

Cost: Pay what you can scale to $350 for the week

Town Meeting TV is committed to improving the civic and media literacy of the next generation through high school and college internships and TV summer camps for teens and middle school students. For more information about Summer Camp or other learning opportunities, contact morourke [at] cctv [dot] org (Meghan O'Rourke, Town Meeting TV Channel Director) at 802.862.3966 x16.

Check out what campers have produced during previous community TV camps: 

Summer Camp 2021
Summer Camp 2019
ummer Camp 2018
ummer Camp 2017
Summer Camp 2016
Summer Camp 2015
Summer Camp 2014
Summer camp 2013
Summer Camp 2012

Summer Camp 2011 Online Videos
Summer Camp 2010 Online Videos
Summer Camp 2009 Online Videos
Summer Camp 2008 Online Videos

Previous years are not available online.

TV Summer Camp Interviews Mayor Weinberger (Edited Version) 07/03/2019

Summer Camp 2019

Summer campers interview Burlington's Mayor, Miro Weinberger, on a wide variety... More »

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