Welcome to TAG Programs @ Oregon State University
Due to Covid-19, we have moved the dates of our summer TAG program. Our program is now scheduled to take place August 3 - 14. To address issues of health and safety, and the guidelines set by the Governor and OSU, we have created protocols that will be put in place for our summer programs. If the Oregon Health Authority or OSU issues different guidelines as summer and fall progress, we will adjust our camp protocols accordingly. These camps will still prove to be a fun and educational two weeks for our talented and gifted students.
Please click the links below to learn more about our programs or contact Brian Sikora at firstname.lastname@example.org
Adventures in Learning
Outside the Box
OSU Talented and Gifted (TAG) Youth Programs provide educationally challenging and dynamic environments enhanced by interaction with adult experts and collaboration with peers.
TAG Programs seek to:
Provide engaging academic programming which is appropriate for talented and gifted youth, including those from traditionally underserved groups (e.g., underrepresented minorities, low-income, rural, and first-generation)
Allow exploration of interests not available in a regular school setting.
Connect TAG youth with adults who are enthusiastic about their field.
Enable interactions with other participants who share the same interests.
Introduce participants to possible career options.