Penn College to hold summer camps

Signups have opened for summer camps at Pennsylvania College of Technology. The deadline for the 11 overnight camps and one-day camp is May 11. Attendees entering grades 9-12 are eligible for up to $2,000 in tuition assistance should they enroll at Penn College.

There is a cost, which include activities, meal and on-campus housing, for each overnight camp.

Architecture Odyssey Camp — June 17-21. For students entering grades 9-12.

Discover the world of architecture and sustainable design through design studios and seminars, field trips to building sites and visits to architecture offices.

Autism Spectrum Postsecondary Interest Experience — June 21-22. For students entering grades 10-12.

Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, and their parents, will obtain valuable information about post-secondary education and career exploration.

Automotive Restoration Camp — June 17-20. For students entering grades 10-12.

Learn what it takes to return vintage cars and trucks to their former glory while immersing in the world of automotive restoration.

Aviation Camp (New for 2018) — June 17-19. For students entering grades 10-12.

Discover the world of aviation maintenance by hands-on application of sheet metal, composite materials, engine operation and drone aircraft operation. A tour of an air traffic control tower is included.

Designing a Digital Future Camp — June 17-19. For students entering grades 10-12.

Explore a variety of information technology fields including gaming, programming, networking, cybersecurity and mobile applications.

Engineering Camp — June 20-21. For students entering grades 10-12.

Explore engineering concepts and careers such as robotics and electronics, plastics and polymer engineering, machining, civil engineering, and welding.

Future Restaurateurs Career Camp — June 17-21. For students entering grades nine-12

Join chefs from Penn College’s hospitality department for this camp focused on the ins and outs of baking and pastry arts, culinary arts, and hospitality management.

Graphic Design Summer Studio — June 17-20. For students entering grades 10-12.

Participants will be guided through the graphic design process, from ideation to concept development to production.

Grow & Design Horticulture Camp — June 17-20. For students entering grades 11-12

Attend workshops on topics such as greenhouse techniques, plant identification and production, floral design, entomology, and more.

Health Careers Camp — June 17-19. For students entering grades nine-12.

Discover a variety of health careers including dental hygiene, nursing, occupational therapy assistant, physical therapy assistant, physician assistant, surgical technology and more.

SMART Girls Summer Camp — June 17-22. For girls entering grades eight-11.

Experience math and science as a foundation for careers in technology. Campers will build their own robots and work to complete a variety of activities. (Underwritten by the Education Improvement Tax Credit program.)

Offered as a day camp (fee includes all activities and art supplies):

Creative Art Camp — July 9-12. For students entering grades four-seven. Half-day sessions from 9 a.m. to noon are available.

Young artists will focus on a different medium each day, including drawing, sculpting and sunprinting.

For more information or to register, visit www.pct.edu/summercamps.

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