About Tech Wreck Camp

Kids at Tech Wreck Summer Camp

Tech Wreck Camp is a day camp offered for rising 1st through 8th grade children whose parents are a part of the Georgia Tech community (faculty/staff and student). This weekly camp is held at the Georgia Tech Campus Recreation Center and is based on the following themes: challenge, recreation, and community. Incorporating recreation, fitness, and field trips to area locations, this camp will create a fun and fit summer for your children. Break and Summer Camp are directed by Joshua Hamilton and Kelli Rockwell, Competitive Sports Coordinators.

Kelli Rockwell, Camp Director

Kelli Rockwell

Kelli became the Competitive Sports Coordinator-Operations at Georgia Tech in May 2015 and served as the 2015-2016 CRC Tech Wreck Camp Director. She came to the CRC from James Madison University where she served as the Coordinator of Intramural Sports and Special Events for three years. Aside from her Intramural Sports responsibilities at JMU, Kelli worked with numerous youth camps throughout the summer using all recreation facilities on campus including the youth camp the University Recreation department managed. Kelli has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from the University of North Georgia and a Master of Science degree in Kinesiology and Health Promotion from the University of Kentucky. During her time at both UNG and UK, she was also a Camp Counselor for YMCA camps, basketball camps, and served as a sport official for numerous youth sports.
 
Kelli is married to her husband, John, and they have a son named Hudson. She enjoys hanging out with her family and friends, going to the lake, playing golf, and watching football and basketball.

Darrin Wolfe, Camp Coordinator

Darrin Wolfe

Darrin comes to the CRC from Mississippi State University where he was the Competitive Sports Graduate Assistant. He received a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology Clinical Exercise Physiology and went on to receive a Master of Science in Kinesiology Sport Administration. Both of these degrees were received from Mississippi State University.
 
In Darrin’s new role at the CRC, he oversees staff for Competitive Sports, trains the intramural officials, and advises various sports clubs. He previously worked with 7th graders at a Summer Reading camp helping them achieve their summer reading goals. He also worked at youth camp called Youth Dawgs, a week-long sports camp designed to teach campers a different sport activity each day.

Darrin is a huge sports fan and loves to attend sporting events. In his free time, he likes to hang out with friends, workout, play basketball and football, and play video games.