Children can enrich their summer by signing up for a variety of programs this July as part of Warren County Community College’s Summer Youth Enrichment Program.
Kids will have lots of fun as the program offers an array of choices specifically selected to pique the interest of boys and girls, ages 7 to 14. WCCC’s summer program is an alternative to traditional camp, combining learning and creative hands-on experiences.
Indeed, there are four weeks of educational and fun-filled programs starting on July 10. Programs run Monday through Thursday and are held on the main campus of WCCC, on Route 57, Washington Township.
New programs this year include “Stem Inventions With Little-Bits,” “Super Science Stem Challenges,” and “Maker Labs: Make Your First 3D Creation.”
Other past favorites offered this summer include “The Playhouse Acting Workshop,” “Art Attack!,” “Babysitting Basics,” “Code Breakers,” “App Attack!,” “Chemical Wizardry,” “Writing & Publishing Your Very Own Book,” and “Make Your First Video Game” and also “Make Your First 3-D Video Game”, and several “Minecraft” sessions.
Lunch supervision is available for children registering for a morning plus afternoon session. For full details, schedule, dates, times, fees, and other information, visitwww.warren.edu/ce, or call 908-689-7613.