Last week our featured partner, SUNY â€“ Brockport, received national attention when the news channel CNN did a story about their Camp Abilities program, a summer sports camp for children and teenagers with visual impairments.
Camp Abilities is a weeklong sports camp whose aim is to help children and teenagers believe in themselves by giving them the support to achieve their goals and overcome their disability. This camp includes people who are blind, deaf or have other visual impairments. Many camp counselors in the program have a background in physical or special education from the US â€“ and around the world. The CNN story also interviewed a guest counselor, Marla Runyan, who is a former Olympic athlete and legally blind herself – she said that to her, Camp Abilities is “all about empowering kids and teaching them what they can do and giving them opportunitiesâ€¦”
Click here to see a video of the CNN story on Camp Abilities.
The State University of New York Brockport (SUNY â€“ Brockport) is a world class higher education institute offering a variety of programs to students of all backgrounds. Camp Abilities is just one of the many opportunities available to students and their community.
International students interested in studying in the US should consider the State University of New York â€“ Brockport. Its qualifications are just one of the many reasons international students are choosing SUNY â€“ Brockport. The Princeton Review ranked it as the “Best in the Northeast” and US News and World Report called it “Best Regional University”. The school offers 49 different undergraduate majors to choose from including Art, Business, Political Science or Physics.
Learn more about SUNY-Brockport on our website. You can read about current international students attending SUNY – Brockport, the degrees available, enrollment information, financial aid information and more! You can even submit a short form so that the university will send more information directly to you.