From Super Sleuth CSI and Extreme Home Makeover Kids’ Edition to Game Design and Digital Storytellers, the Kids’ College listing of camps is anything but ordinary.
For techy students, there are many STEM options:
- Minecraft Modders, Designers and Animators camps
- Make Your First 3D Video Game
- Black Rocket Computer camps
Pre-career camps give middle- and high-school students opportunities to think about the future as plug into some of HCC’s training programs and equipment. Here’s a sampling of these popular camps:
- Broadcasting Boot Camp
- Young Architects
- Junior Veterinarian
- Summer Science Academy
- Automotive Technology
Kids’ College even offers a more traditional Explorers Travel Camp, taking students on outdoor day trips to hike, kayak, and explore ecosystems.
“Our high-quality camps help children and teens develop new skills and interests outside of their usual routines,” said Ronkel Williams, ICCE’s business and community development officer. “We want to make the experience exciting and educational for every camper.”
Most camps are held at HCC’s campus and center locations. Full-day camps (9 a.m. – 4 p.m.) range from $160 – $275 per week. Half-day Black Rocket camps (9 a.m. – noon or 1 – 4 p.m.) are $159 per week. Multi-sibling and veteran family registrations and those registering for eight weeks or more (must be purchased together) receive discounts. There’s a 15% Early Bird discount through March 1. To register or find out more, visit tampatraining.com/kids-college or call 813.259.6010.
HCC serves more than 44,000 students annually at five campuses and three centers throughout Hillsborough County. HCC is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. ICCE at HCC offers continuing education, corporate training, events and conferences to the Tampa Bay community.