Be part of the first class of high school students in the Dordt College Media Camp, the newest summer camp on Dordt’s campus. This five-day camp explores broadcast journalism, communication, and digital media production. Open to high school students entering their sophomore, junior, or senior year in 2014, Dordt College Media Camp will be held June 16 to 20.

With access to broadcast equipment through KDCR radio and video production equipment used by the college, students will enjoy days packed with hands-on learning and fun, while developing a biblical and Christ-centered response to media and communication in contemporary society. Students will explore a variety of multimedia professions through interactive curriculum, simulation exercises, site visits, and skill-development workshops.

Based on information gathered through the application process, the camp experience will be tailored to match the needs and wants of students and help determine which specific areas of media they want to focus on. Options can range from sports journalism to interview skills and from radio programming to video production.

In addition to hands-on experience, students will stay in Dordt’s Covenant Hall resident rooms, eat meals in the dining hall, enjoy activities with new friends, and participate in a final project. The camp runs concurrently with the IDEAS summer camps, for high school students in the sciences.

Fees and registration

The total cost for a student to attend DCMC is just $195 and includes a full schedule of classes, course materials, briefings, lectures, simulations, a personalized Certificate of Completion, housing accommodations on the campus of Dordt College, on-campus meals, transportation during the program, program faculty, and supervisory staff.


High School students who will be sophomores, juniors or seniors in Fall of 2014.

Supervisory Leadership

Dordt College faculty and staff from various departments will lead and supervise the program. Additionally, a select number of individuals with experience in the field of communication will serve as learning facilitators and housing supervisors. 
DCMC is under the direct supervision of DCMC Administration and the indirect supervision of the Office of Public Relations.