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Camp Inquiry 2014: CI is DIY
You don't have to be an expert.
You don't even have to be a grown-up.

Ever wonder how to tell bad science from good? Or what it takes to become a paranormal investigator? Ever think about starting your own freethought group or organizing a philosophical debate?

These may seem like jobs for the pros, but with the right resources and experiences, you don’t have to be an expert to Do-It-Yourself. You don’t even have to be a grown-up.

With curiosity and imagination in spades, young skeptics already have the essential foundation for discovery and DIY-inquiry. Combine this with hands-on learning experiences and guidance from some of today’s brightest minds, and they’ll have the tools they’ll need to apply rationality, creativity, and critical thinking to the wider world.

This year, CI is DIY. We’re putting Camp Inquiry in the hands of the campers and taking discovery to a whole new level with how-to workshops, youth-sparked activities, and inquiry-inspired explorations. Whether one is a regular attendee or a first-timer, 2014 offers every child a unique way to experience Camp Inquiry: CI DIY!

View a sample schedule for Camp Inquiry (.PDF) »

 

News & Media About Camp Inquiry

Meet Camp Inquiry Director Karen Strachan on the Meet The Skeptics podcast!

Listen to an interview with Karen on the Skeptical Connections podcast: Part 1, Part 2.

Read about Camp Inquiry 2011 and 2012's co-sponsor, the James Randi Educational Foundation and read about Randi's visit in 2012!

Read about Camp Inquiry 2011 in the East Aurora Bee.

Hear about Camp Inquiry 2008 from National Public Radio and read about Camp Inquiry 2010 at The Huffington Post!

Listen to D.J. Grothe's interview with former Camp Director Angie McQuaig on Point of Inquiry.

Also be sure to read about Ben Radford's experience as a special guest at Camp Inquiry 2010!