Summer Camp - 2 Scholarships left!!

To Whom It May Concern,


I’m writing to you in hope to help spread the word to families you may work with. The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences Summer Camps has a new summer camp scholarship opportunity this summer for rising K graders. I have two scholarships left and I would love to be able to find two campers to give them too.


To apply for “Digging Up Dinosaurs” summer camp scholarship

This is a unique full scholarship opportunity for rising kindergartners who are dinosaur aficionados and whose families meet certain economic criteria. Two camps are available: June 22-26 or July 27-31, 2020 at the Museum in downtown Raleigh.

Application process:

  • Ask your child’s teacher or non-family member complete the Letter of Recommendation.
  • Complete Application for Digging Up Dinosaurs Summer Camp Scholarship. Application will ask you to confirm the following criteria:
    1. Your child must be entering kindergarten fall 2020.
    2. Your child must be able to attend the June 22-26 or July 27-31 camp.
    3. Your child must be from a low to moderate income family. Requirements vary by county:
      • Wake or Johnston Counties: family income of less than $67,445 per year.
      • Franklin, Nash, Edgecombe or Wayne Counties: family income of less than $42,540 per year.
      • For other N.C. counties, please contact
    4. Upon the awarding of the scholarship, submit a $20.00 fee to hold your child’s space in the camp. Payment will be due upon acceptance of scholarship. This fee will be refunded on the last day of the camp provided your child attends.

Thank you for your time.  Please let me know if you have any questions or if I can help in any way.


Laura Dameron

Coordinator of Summer Camps |  North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences |
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