Fee includes instruction and a practice jersey. The camp will be limited to 5 goalies, 15 defense and 30 forwards. Campers will need to be dropped off and picked up each day. Hotels and travel arrangements are not provided. Participants must secure their own overnight accommodations (if needed). Do you want to see what it's like to play NCAA Division I hockey at Princeton University? This is your chance. Princeton Women's Hockey invites you to register for what will be the most exciting hockey camp of your summer. The Girls Ice Hockey Exposure ID Camp is designed to introduce individuals to training methods at the NCAA collegiate level, both on and off the ice. Participants will be instructed by Princeton coaches and current players, along with other coaches and players from the college ranks. Participants will learn about proper training, nutrition and sports psychology. The Exposure ID Camp will give individuals real insight into the life of a Princeton hockey player while also developing skills and allowing each individual to show off their talents. With an "all hands-on deck" coaching mentality, the camp will provide individuals with the proper tools and resources that will allow them to look at the college process with more confidence than ever.