Registration open for Clark State college for kids, teems summer program

Registration is open for Clark State College’s 2022 College for Kids and Teens summer program. BILL LACKEY/STAFF

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Registration is open for Clark State College’s 2022 College for Kids and Teens summer program. BILL LACKEY/STAFF

Registration is open for Clark State College’s 2022 College for Kids and Teens summer program.

All classes and activities are taught in a non-graded environment to encourage students’ personal growth and development and provide opportunities to explore new areas of interest or cultivate skills, the college announced in a release.

Classes will be held from June 6 to July 11. They include: Pre-Med 1.0 with a biomedical focus and Pre-Med 2.0 with a CPR and ADE certificate, Mobile app coding, Additive Manufacturing with a soapbox derby course, Farmhouse Fun in coordination with Sunrise Cooperative, Catapult Painting, Grow it! Try it! Like it!, Sprout House gardening, Photography workshop, and Creative Storytelling.

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“We’re excited to welcome back new and past participants on campus this summer. We have many new and exciting activities planned in coordination with Clark State instructors, award-winning educators, and local businesses,” said Megan Cummins, youth program coordinator. “From exploring modern agriculture with tractors and sustainable produce, expressive photo journaling, to dissecting a brain, there’s a camp for any student wanting to put their creative problem-solving skills to the test or meet new friends.”

Students can sign up for all-day camps with lunch and breakfast provided by Fresh Abilities. The weeklong camps range from $100 to $150 per student. Class sizes are limited and camps are on a first come, first serve basis.

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The college will award full scholarships to low-income students to help with the cost of attending this summer program. Recipients’ income must be within 150% of the Federal Poverty level. Scholarships are available on a first come, first serve basis and recipients will be notified within a week of submitting their application.

Scholarship applications can be completed online at www.clarkstate.edu/academics/youth-outreach-programs/college-for-kids-and-teens/college-for-kids-and-teens-scholarship-application.

To learn more or to register, search for College for Kids and Teens on the Clark State website.

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