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Summer Enrichment Camps

Through partnerships with area colleges/universities and local businesses, the Warren County ESC is able to provide exciting and challenging camps for Warren County students.

Sinclair In MasonSINCLAIR GUITAR BUILDING CAMP
Students will build from a kit their own electric guitar from start to finish.  They will learn along the way how everyday science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) apply to constructing a guitar.  Students will also get to apply their own artistic expression to their guitar through finish.  The end product will be a playable electric guitar to take home.  
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The UndergroundTHE UNDERGROUND FILM CAMP 
Ever wanted to learn how a movie is made?  This is the perfect camp for future filmmakers.  Students will make a short film in one week with a hands-on approach with the latest film gear.  For more information contact Ryan Hartsock at ryan@theug.com.

 

Home DepotHOME DEPOT CONSTRUCTION CAMP
Learn from construction experts during both of these 4-day Construction Camps.  Receive an introduction to construction including use of both hand tools & power tools, measuring & cutting, framing, painting & finishing.  Using the tools that they will receive just for attending Construction Camp, students will build their own toolboxes. 

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Anytime FitnessFITNESS CAMP AT ANYTIME FITNESS 
High school students interested in the Fitness Industry will gain more than just muscle.  During this week long Fitness Camp, students will learn about proper movement and technique, as well as nutrition and how to measure weight and body fat.    *Students will be exercising and moving during this camp

SINCLAIR IN MASON SINCLAIR WATERBOTICS STEM CAMP
Waterbotics STEM Camp is designed to promote an interest in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.  The camp offers students the opportunity to experience in  these areas first-hand.  Students will have fun working in teams, learning math, science, and technology skills by designing and building aquatic LEGO robots and solving four design challenges.  Lunch is provided.
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City of Franklin Police Department  Warren County Sherrif OfficeSAFETY TOWN
Safety Town is a program designed to teach children between the ages of 5-6 (entering Kindergarten or 1st Grade) Safety appropriate for their age.  This half-day week long Safety Town will be taught by the City of Franklin Police Department and Warren County Sheriff's Office, with the assistance of high school aged volunteers.  Topics to be covered are pedestrian safety, bike safety, stranger awareness, fire safety, use of seatbelts, gun safety, how to safely wait for and board a school bus and appropriate use of 9-1-1.
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SAFETY TOWN JOURNAL NEWS ARTICLE

SINCLAIR IN MASONSINCLAIR WiSTEM CAMP
WiSTEM (Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math) Camp will give young women in high school the opportunity to explore different fields of study associated with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.  Each day these young women will focus on an area of study like computer science, biology, chemistry, and physics.  The ultimate goal of the camp is to expose young women to the vast array of exciting careers and opportunities in STEM fields.  Field trips to the Cincinnati Zoo and Sinclair in Dayton, along with hands-on activities are designed to inspire the development of  passion for STEM. 

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WILMINGTON COLLEGE WILMINGTON COLLEGE A.C.C.E.S.S. CAMP
Wilmington College Academic College Classroom Experience for Student Success (A.C.C.E.S.S.) Camp is a college campus experience in the truest senses.  During this three-day overnight program, current high school sophomores and juniors will have the opportunity to not only gain college preparatory skills, but also immerse themselves in real college experience.  Students will gain a valuable insight towards success and opportunity.  For more information contact Chip Murdock at chip_murdock@wilmington.edu or (937)481-2335.
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MVDConnectWEB DEVELOPMENT CAMP
Ever wanted to create your own website?  Students will learn the building blocks of websites including HTML and CSS and how to make them responsive for any device.
Web Development Camp is a crash course on how to design and set up your very own Wordpress website.  Students will work in teams to create example sites to practice common scenarios and solve real-world problems.  Students will then independently create their own site on a topic of their choice.  Javascript and JQuery may be used to add page enhancements and advanced functionality.  At the end of the camp, students will be ready to independently continue with front-end web-development.
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Sinclair In MasonSINCLAIR RASPBERRY PI CAMP 
Have you ever wanted to build your own mini arcade cabinet?  Students will build their own arcade cabinet to take home at the end of camp.  The arcade is based off of the single-board computer, the Raspberry Pi.  In addition to technology and programming students will also solder their own microcontrollers for the buttons and joysticks.


LEGO MINDSTORM CAMP
Students will work in groups to build a LEGO Robot all while strengthening their skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).  They will design and program land LEGO robots to solve problems through feedback from the robots reactions with the motors, lights, ultrasonic, and color sensors that are attached to the robots.  

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TECH CAMP
Campers will be exposed to programming principles and problem-solving related to sequential reasoningusing GameMaker to develop a video game.  Campers will then further develop this notion of sequential reasoning to a software-hardware combined scenario developing a small computer interfaced Arduino project that they can take home with them.  Topics covered will be program flow control, vaiable storage, counters, digital vs analog inputs and outputs, pulse width modulation, and basic electronics.  All software and files are available for students, so their fun can continue long after Tech Camp has ended.

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CINCINNATI STATEEXPLORING HEALTHCARE CAREERS 
Students interested in the healthcare field will participate in a robust job shadowing experience.  Campers will be introduced to healthcare career programs by exposing them to different career field through instructor led lectures, engagement activities, and skill enhancement workshops.  

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Camp Contact Info

Amy Kistler

(513)695-2900 ext. 2902


 
2018 SUMMER ENRICHMENT ANNUAL REPORT