WCCCD offers educational summer camps
DETROIT — Wayne County Community College District is offering a variety of summer learning experiences for ages 4-18.
The District’s series of youth summer camps will run from July to August on its five campuses and are structured to stimulate creativity and expand students’ interests.
The camps emphasize hands-on learning and focus on programs ranging from sports, college prep, the performing and traditional arts, reading and writing, science and math, and game design and computer technology.
Here are a few of the featured camps:
- Camp College for Kids! (July 1-5, July 8-25): Taking place at the Western Campus, activities of this camp include fencing, forensic photography, lego robotics, mini soccer and video game design.
- Camp 911 (August 12-16): Taking place at the Downriver Campus’ emergency training complex, campers will learn about careers in EMS and firefighter services as well as first aid skills.
Campers will also have the opportunity to participate in drills on the District’s small fire simulator.
- Entrepreneurship Camp (August 12-16): Taking place at the Downtown Campus, campers will explore entrepreneurial opportunities and learn about successful entrepreneurs. They will also learn the basic terminology and skills needed to an entrepreneur.
For more information, visit www.wcccd.edu or call the District School of Continuing Education at 313. 496.2704.