Summer Chef, Fashion Camps Available at Texas Tech

Campers will get the chance to practice their craft before putting on a reception for their families on the last day of both camps.

Fashion Camp

Fashion Camp 2014

Future chefs and fashion designers can get a taste of their industry at a summer camp at Texas Tech University.

The College of Human Sciences is holding a chef camp and a fashion camp from June 22-26. Both camps are open to children ages 13 to 16 years old, who will live on campus for the week. The fashion camp also has a different camp available for children ages 8-12.

The Hospitality and Retail Management program is putting on the chef camp with the purpose of teaching teenagers everything from plating and presentation to learning how to make the best dishes. At the end of the camp, the campers will present their culinary chops at a cooking competition and reception for their families.

Fashion Camp

Fashion Camp 2014

The chef camp costs $750 and includes room, meals, a chef coat, apron, camp T-shirt and supplies.

Both fashion camps costs $600 per camper. Tau Rho Mu, the camp for teenagers, includes courses on different types of fabric, how to display clothing in stores, fashion history and owning a clothing store and gives the teenagers the opportunity to put on a fashion show for their families.

Glue, Glitter and Glamour gives campers ages 8 to 12 the opportunity to make bleach pen shirts, embellish accessories, learn how to safely sew and more, along with a fashion show.

Registration for all the camps is open until May 31.


College of Human Sciences

The College of Human Sciences at Texas Tech University provides multidisciplinary education, research and service focused on individuals, families and their environments for the purpose of improving and enhancing the human condition.

The college offers a Bachelor of Science degree with disciplines in:

  • Apparel Design and Manufacturing
  • Community, Family, and Addiction Services
  • Early Childhood
  • Family and Consumer Sciences
  • Human Development and Family Studies
  • Interior Design
  • Nutritional Sciences
  • Personal Financial Planning
  • Restaurant, Hotel, and Institutional Management
  • Retailing

The college also offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees.

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