LCCC Holds Summer College for Kids Camps

Lorain County Community College’s Campana Center for Ideation and Invention has open registration for summer STEAM Maker camps that explore a “STEAM: STEM plus the arts” curriculum for grades 3 – 12. Camps are infused with creativity, digital fabrication technologies, indoor and outdoor activities to inspire innovative ideas and an inventor’s mindset. At each level, the curriculum evolves to include more advanced concepts, complex projects and creative freedom. These camps include:

Cosmic Art, Flying Machines and Fab Lab Technologies
Explore the creative potential of flight – from Michaelangelo’s “Flying Machines” to NASA’s space rockets – through art, STEM and outdoor activities. Kids can make their own flying machine, space art and more – while using Fab Lab technologies including 3D printing, laser cutters and vinyl cutters.
Session 1: Grades 3, 4, 5 for girls and boys, Monday through Friday, June 11 – 15
Session 2: Grades 6, 7, 8 for girls and boys, Monday through Friday , June 11 – 15
Session 3: Grades 6, 7, 8 for boys, Monday through Friday, July 30 – August 3

Press and Print! 3D Modeling and Print Camp
The camp allows students to build skills and explore digital fabrication technologies to bring ideas to life. Kids can create a 3D printed character (and help build a 3D printer), use a vinyl cutter to make a decal or t-shirt and create original 2D art prints using laser cutters and a CNC router.
Session 1: Grades 6, 7, 8, Monday through Friday , July 23 – 27
Session 2: Grades 9, 10, 11, 12, Monday through Friday, July 23 – 27

Rosie’s Girls
Students can explore STEAM (STEM and Arts) trades while practicing the skills of designers, carpenters and engineers. They’ll create, invent, design and build individual and cooperative STEAM projects in a safe, supportive and girl-centered environment.
One Week Camps, girls entering Grades 6, 7 and 8
Session 1: Monday through Friday, July 9 – 13
Session 2: Monday through Friday, July 16 – July 20

Rosie’s Girls Two-Week Camp, girls entering grades 6, 7 and 8
Mondays through Fridays, July 9 – 20
Week 2 of this Rosie’s Girls Camp builds on the same activities offered in the 1 week Rosie’s Girls camp, and provides participants with additional activities and more complex projects.

All of thes STEAM Maker Camps run from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Cost is $235 per week.

To register or to receive additional information about these camps, contact College for Kids at (440) 366-4093 or CFK@lorainccc.edu.

LCCC Holds Summer College for Kids Camps

Lorain County Community College’s Campana Center for Ideation and Invention has open registration for summer STEAM Maker camps that explore a “STEAM: STEM plus the arts” curriculum for grades 3 – 12. Camps are infused with creativity, digital fabrication technologies, indoor and outdoor activities to inspire innovative ideas and an inventor’s mindset. At each level, the curriculum evolves to include more advanced concepts, complex projects and creative freedom. These camps include:

Cosmic Art, Flying Machines and Fab Lab Technologies
Explore the creative potential of flight – from Michaelangelo’s “Flying Machines” to NASA’s space rockets – through art, STEM and outdoor activities. Kids can make their own flying machine, space art and more – while using Fab Lab technologies including 3D printing, laser cutters and vinyl cutters.
Session 1: Grades 3, 4, 5 for girls and boys, Monday through Friday, June 11 – 15
Session 2: Grades 6, 7, 8 for girls and boys, Monday through Friday , June 11 – 15
Session 3: Grades 6, 7, 8 for boys, Monday through Friday, July 30 – August 3

Press and Print! 3D Modeling and Print Camp
The camp allows students to build skills and explore digital fabrication technologies to bring ideas to life. Kids can create a 3D printed character (and help build a 3D printer), use a vinyl cutter to make a decal or t-shirt and create original 2D art prints using laser cutters and a CNC router.
Session 1: Grades 6, 7, 8, Monday through Friday , July 23 – 27
Session 2: Grades 9, 10, 11, 12, Monday through Friday, July 23 – 27

Rosie’s Girls
Students can explore STEAM (STEM and Arts) trades while practicing the skills of designers, carpenters and engineers. They’ll create, invent, design and build individual and cooperative STEAM projects in a safe, supportive and girl-centered environment.
One Week Camps, girls entering Grades 6, 7 and 8
Session 1: Monday through Friday, July 9 – 13
Session 2: Monday through Friday, July 16 – July 20

Rosie’s Girls Two-Week Camp, girls entering grades 6, 7 and 8
Mondays through Fridays, July 9 – 20
Week 2 of this Rosie’s Girls Camp builds on the same activities offered in the 1 week Rosie’s Girls camp, and provides participants with additional activities and more complex projects.

All of thes STEAM Maker Camps run from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Cost is $235 per week.

To register or to receive additional information about these camps, contact College for Kids at (440) 366-4093 or CFK@lorainccc.edu.

LCCC Holds Summer College for Kids Camps

Lorain County Community College’s Campana Center for Ideation and Invention has open registration for summer STEAM Maker camps that explore a “STEAM: STEM plus the arts” curriculum for grades 3 – 12. Camps are infused with creativity, digital fabrication technologies, indoor and outdoor activities to inspire innovative ideas and an inventor’s mindset. At each level, the curriculum evolves to include more advanced concepts, complex projects and creative freedom. These camps include:

Cosmic Art, Flying Machines and Fab Lab Technologies
Explore the creative potential of flight – from Michaelangelo’s “Flying Machines” to NASA’s space rockets – through art, STEM and outdoor activities. Kids can make their own flying machine, space art and more – while using Fab Lab technologies including 3D printing, laser cutters and vinyl cutters.
Session 1: Grades 3, 4, 5 for girls and boys, Monday through Friday, June 11 – 15
Session 2: Grades 6, 7, 8 for girls and boys, Monday through Friday , June 11 – 15
Session 3: Grades 6, 7, 8 for boys, Monday through Friday, July 30 – August 3

Press and Print! 3D Modeling and Print Camp
The camp allows students to build skills and explore digital fabrication technologies to bring ideas to life. Kids can create a 3D printed character (and help build a 3D printer), use a vinyl cutter to make a decal or t-shirt and create original 2D art prints using laser cutters and a CNC router.
Session 1: Grades 6, 7, 8, Monday through Friday , July 23 – 27
Session 2: Grades 9, 10, 11, 12, Monday through Friday, July 23 – 27

Rosie’s Girls
Students can explore STEAM (STEM and Arts) trades while practicing the skills of designers, carpenters and engineers. They’ll create, invent, design and build individual and cooperative STEAM projects in a safe, supportive and girl-centered environment.
One Week Camps, girls entering Grades 6, 7 and 8
Session 1: Monday through Friday, July 9 – 13
Session 2: Monday through Friday, July 16 – July 20

Rosie’s Girls Two-Week Camp, girls entering grades 6, 7 and 8
Mondays through Fridays, July 9 – 20
Week 2 of this Rosie’s Girls Camp builds on the same activities offered in the 1 week Rosie’s Girls camp, and provides participants with additional activities and more complex projects.

All of thes STEAM Maker Camps run from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Cost is $235 per week.

To register or to receive additional information about these camps, contact College for Kids at (440) 366-4093 or CFK@lorainccc.edu.

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