Terms and Conditions
Acceptable Behavior Policy:
To ensure a safe and fun environment, participants are expected to behave in an acceptable manner and use appropriate language. We encourage kindness, idea sharing, and positivity! Aggression or bullying is not tolerated. It is important to remember there are no refunds if a participant is asked to leave the program due to unacceptable behavior.
If you would like to speak with someone to determine if our program is a good fit for your child, please contact us at 800-968-4332 a minimum of 4 weeks prior to the start date of the program. If 1:1 assistance is requested, we will provide you with a form to submit any necessary information then work with you to identify reasonable accommodations if available. It is the responsibility of the parent and/or their private insurance to cover any accommodation costs associated with their request. While a request cannot be guaranteed, all accommodation inquiries will be reviewed to ensure safety and program integrity.
Participants should have the basic skills to be self-sufficient, adhere to the behavior policy and be willing to participate in the imaginative, creative process with peers. We produce a high-energy experience that at times can be noisy and highly stimulating. Children will rotate rooms and Instructors throughout the day for each activity, which can vary from a typical single-classroom/teacher setting. Please keep in mind locations hosting summer/after-hours programs do not have the same personnel/tools available as during the school year. *Nurses, special education assistants, aides, etc., are not on site unless a parent arranges an approved accommodation beforehand based on their individual child needs.
By selecting Yes, you authorize the National Inventors Hall of Fame, Inc., corporate and government sponsors and affiliates, to obtain, store, publish and/or use (without payment) any photographs, slides, sound and/or video recordings made of your child for public relations, marketing/advertising and/or internal training purposes.
Refund Policy and Cancellation Insurance:
$75 of each registration fee is nonrefundable. The remaining balance is refundable up to 11:59pm ET on the Sunday three weeks prior to the start date of the program. Cancellations made after this time are nonrefundable, as materials and educator costs are allocated and final. Please keep in mind as long as there is availability, you may switch programs up to one week prior to the beginning of the originally registered program. Scholarship registrations are nonrefundable.
Cancellation Insurance may only be purchased at the time of registration for an additional $25 per participant, which covers the registration cost should a parent need to cancel, less the insurance fee. Cancellation Insurance claims are redeemable up to the first day of the program by speaking with a Customer Relations representative at 800-968-4332.
Camp Invention is the only nationally acclaimed summer enrichment day experience for children entering grades K-6 led by local certified educators, with a Team Member to child ratio of 1:8. Camp Invention was created and inspired by the National Inventors Hall of Fame Inductees and has a partnership with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Under most state laws, Camp Invention is exempt from licensing requirements governing recreational camps for children. Camp Invention operates an educational summer program and not a recreational camp; and therefore is not required to be licensed by most local Boards of Health/Health Departments in the cities or towns where these programs are located. Please contact Camp Invention at 800-968-4332 with any questions.
Emergency Treatment Authorization:
You hereby authorize the diagnosis and treatment by a qualified and licensed medical professional, of your child, should a medical emergency occur, which the attending medical professional believes requires immediate attention to prevent further endangerment of the minor’s life, physical disfigurement or impairment, or undue pain, suffering or discomfort if delayed. Permission is granted to the attending physician to proceed with an examination, diagnosis and medical or minor surgical or other treatment. In the event of a medical emergency, you understand that every attempt will be made by the attending physician to contact you in the most expeditious way possible. The authorization is granted only after a reasonable effort has been made to reach you. Permission is also granted to the National Inventors Hall of Fame, Inc. and its affiliates to provide emergency treatment prior to the child’s admission to the medical facility. This release is authorized for the duration of the registered session. This release is authorized and executed of your own free will, with the sole purpose of authorizing medical treatment under emergency circumstances, for the protection of life and limb of the named minor child, in your absence.
On your own behalf, and as a parent or guardian, you acknowledge and agree that there is the possibility of physical injury or loss associated with your child’s participation in the program and hereby release, discharge the National Inventors Hall of Fame, Inc., its affiliated organizations, employees and associated personnel including the owners of the program facility against any and all claims, liabilities and/or damages as a result of your child’s participation in the program.
By registering your child you have read and agreed to the Terms & Conditions of the program, which is required for your child to participate.