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 WiSTEM CAMP
The opportunities for women to have meaningful careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) have never been so open and varied in our history. Over this 4-day camp experience, young women in grades 9-12 will have the chance to explore careers in STEM fields such as genetic engineering, biology, forensic science, chemistry, biomedical engineering, and consumer goods and materials engineering. Through a series of field trip experiences to local STEM partner institutions, such as Proctor & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson: Ethicon Endosurgery, and the Center for Conservation and Research of Endangered Wildlife (CREW) lab at the Cincinnati Zoo, students will engage in hands-on activities bringing the possibilities of a STEM career to life. Sinclair Community College science faculty will lead the camp creating an engaging educational opportunity to introduce some of the exciting options that a STEM career offers.
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HOME DEPOT CONSTRUCTION CAMP
Learn from construction experts during this 4-day Construction Camp. Students will be introduced to different trades in the construction industry. Students will work as a team to build a structure that will focus on construction trades including construction management, carpentry, masonry, concrete, plumbing, electrical, and painting. They will also work on building a birdhouse and toolboxes to reinforce some of those same construction trades. All participants will receive their own set of tools and will be shown how to properly use those tools. Lunch will not be provided.
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org or (937)481-2335.
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SINCLAIR WATERBOTICS STEM CAMP
Waterbotics STEM Camp is designed to promote an interest in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. STEM topics in the program include gear ratios and programming (math), buoyancy and forces (science), and engineering design and problem solving (technology). The curriculum is designed to satisfy the students' need for knowledge as they apply the concepts in the project. There will be no one asking "Why must I learn this?". The students will use the information immediately in a fun way thus learning information that will be used in the future as well. They will rapid prototype their idea with Legos to complete challenges in the swimming pool both above and below the surface. Lunch is provided.
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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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EXPLORING 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. Lunch is provided. Limited to 28 students.
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