Definitions

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  • n. Money paid on a child's behalf to admit him to summer camp.

Etymologies

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Presumably from camper after scholarship.

Examples

  • This school year, student awards can be used for either a "campership" applied to tuition and fees at a science, technology, engineering, or math-related (STEM) summer camp or a traditional scholarship applied to future college tuition.

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  • The campership fund, which is run by the Republican-American and the United Way of Greater

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  • This is funded through the Maryland Developmental Disability Administration (DDA) and is not limited to campership funding.

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  • For many years, he ran the newspaper's campership fund, which provides recreational and camping opportunities for children in Greater Waterbury.

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  • Camp Holiday Trails: $5,000 for the campership fund to provide financial assistance to Charlottesville area youth with chronic illnesses.

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  • The campership fund provides underprivileged boys and girls, ages 7 to 13, from 10 area communities the opportunity to attend a a regional day, overnight or special needs camp for a week.

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  • So he made a recent donation of $150 to the campership cause.

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  • "More families are in need, more children qualify for campership scholarships, and the people who support the program have less to give."

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  • The campership fund allows underprivileged boys and girls, ages 7 to 13, from 10 area communities the opportunity to attend a regional day, overnight or special needs camp for a week, such as the Greater Waterbury YMCA's camps Mataucha and Oakasha, or Easter Seals 'Camp Hemlocks.

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  • It can be a campership, It can be the fees for the books, the sashes, some of the materials that the girl scouts have, "says Mark Petz, the Vice President of Advancement for Girl Scouts Shore to Shore.

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