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            Summer Camps

            Explore summer camp options at Northeast Iowa Community College!


            Calmar Camps

            Progressive Agriculture Safety Day(R)

            June 18, 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
            Iowa's Dairy Center, Calmar

            The Progressive Agriculture Safety Day(R) program is the largest rural safety and health education program for children in North America. The purpose of this one-day event is to teach students to stay safe on farms and at 安徽快3开奖结果 with a variety of age-appropriate lessons. Topics may include ATV safety, bike safety, fire safety, machinery safety and more. Youth who live on a farm, work on a farm or visit a farm are encouraged to attend.

            Open to children ages 4-12. Registration is required. Space is limited.

            Contact the National Education Center for Agricultural Safety (NECAS) at 888.844.6322 or safetyday@ for more information.

            NICC for Kids

            August 3-5, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
            Calmar Campus

            Your kids won’t stop talking about the fun classes they will participate in during this three-day camp. Classes introduce kids to new ideas and concepts in a fun and interactive way. NICC for Kids provides a positive, creative learning environment everyone will enjoy! Lunch and snacks are included.

            Open to students entering grades 2-4 in the fall. Download the Calmar NICC For Kids Brochure 安徽快3开奖结果.

            For more information contact Krista Weitz, Program Manager, at 844.642.2338, ext. 3139.


            Cresco Camps

            Trimark CNC Day

            May 13, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
            Cresco Center

            Enjoy a free, fascinating, hands-on day exploring the high-tech world of Computer Numerical Control (CNC). Students learn basic G&M code programming, design and machine your own initials on a block of aluminum with a CNC milling machine. If there is time, students will engrave an image of choice on the back side of the initials block using CAD/CAM to generate the G&M codes.

            Open to students entering grades 10-12 in the fall. Free, Courtesy of TriMark Corporation!

            . For more information contact Holly O’Brien, Success Coach, at 844.642.2338, ext. 7104.

            Be Your Own Boss

            June 8-12, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
            Cresco Center

            Get a jump start on building entrepreneurial skills! This action packed camp based on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) principles introduces students to the basics of starting a business and becoming their own boss. Through field trips and face-to-face meetings with local business owners, students will develop a business plan, create marketing materials and will wrap up the week pitching their ideas in a “Shark Tank” style presentation.

            Open to students entering grades 5-6 in the fall. Space is limited to 13 students.

            . For more information contact Jessica Reis, Cresco Center Director, at 844.642.2338, ext. 4700.

            Hello Roboto STEAM Camp

            June 18-19, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
            Cresco Center

            Meet Daisy the Dino - your friendly, neighborhood dinosaur - ready to do tricks at the behest of young campers programming algorithms. This coding-themed STEAM camp will introduce students of various ages to aspects of science, technology, engineering, art and math. In addition to using algorithms to have a dinosaur do tricks, students will also develop code to program a robot and experiment with augmented reality. Students will develop collaboration and problem-solving skills in this fun-filled session.

            Open to students who have completed grades PK-5. Space is limited.

            Register online for completed grades: Pre-K-K, 1-2 and 3-5.

            For more information contact Jessica Reis, Cresco Center Director, at 844.642.2338, ext. 4700.


            Manchester Camps

            Mini Gateway to Technology - Level 1

            June 8-9, 安徽快3开奖结果, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
            Manchester Center

            Engage your middle school student's natural curiosity and imagination in this two-day Project Lead The Way (PLTW) program. The Gateway Academy is an engaging, hands-on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) summer experience designed to inspire creativity and develop self-confidence in young students through activity-, project-, and problem-based learning. Your student will use industry-leading technology to solve problems, learn how things work, and gain skills in communication, collaboration, critical-thinking, and creativity. This specially designed summer camp will introduce children to the fields of engineering and architecture and includes building a working assembly line to produce the perfect Sundae.

            Open to students entering grades 5-8 in the fall.

            . For more information contact, Holly Maurer, Manchester Center Director at 844.642.2338, ext. 7700.

            Mini Gateway to Technology - Level 2

            June 11-12, 安徽快3开奖结果, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
            Manchester Center

            Don't let the fun end! Sign your student up for level two of the Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Gateway Academy to continue the creative, challenging, and fun journey of exploring STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). This follow-up camp will extend your student's learning about engineering and architecture through project-based learning, including flying drones and baking pizzas as well as s'mores with solar power. Students will build communication and team building skills while thinking through next-level challenges designed to be solved using technology and creativity.

            Open to students entering grades 5-8 in the fall.

            . For more information contact, Holly Maurer, Manchester Center Director at 844.642.2338, ext. 7700.

            Murder Mystery Camp

            June 23-25, 安徽快3开奖结果, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
            Manchester Center

            Help! We're seeking detectives and investigators to solve a Manchester Center mystery! Tragically, Muffin, the neighborhood cat has been "offed" in our Center classroom while the teacher was out. There are multiple suspects and lots of questionable alibis to sort through, as well as some very strange evidence collected from the body and crime scene. We need you to help us analyze the crime scene evidence using fingerprinting, blood typing and other scientific tools. Then you'll use logic, teamwork and problem solving techniques to identify, once and for all, who committed this awful crime. Please help us seek justice for Muffin!

            Open to students entering grades 5-8 in the fall.

            . For more information contact, Holly Maurer, Manchester Center Director at 844.642.2338, ext. 7700.


            Oelwein Camps

            Coding for Kids

            July 13-15, 8:30 a.m.-Noon
            RAMS/Oelwein Center

            This camp is a fun and interactive way to introduce students to advanced technology skills, such as programming, problem solving, and logic, by creating programs with sequencing, loops and events. Students will investigate different problem-solving techniques and learn how to respond to cyber bullying. They will even get to program a robot!

            Open to students entering grades 3-4 in the fall.

            . For more information contact Terri Rubner, RAMS/Oelwein Center Director, at 844.642.2338, ext. 5700.

            Ride the Waves

            July 13-17, 8:30 a.m.-Noon
            RAMS/Oelwein Center

            Ride the Waves provides a fun, hands-on learning environment for students to explore the physical science principles of fluid flow and waves. Sessions include brand new, interactive classroom and laboratory experiments! On the last day of camp, students will enjoy experiencing the concepts they have learned during the week at Lost Island Waterpark in Waterloo.

            Open to students entering grades 5-6 in the fall.

            . For more information contact Terri Rubner, RAMS/Oelwein Center Director, at 844.642.2338, ext. 5700.

            Learn! Create! Innovate! An Introduction to Manufacturing

            July 13-16, 8:30 a.m.-Noon
            Regional Tech Complex, Oelwein

            This camp is for students interested in exploring what manufacturing is and learning about careers in manufacturing. Students will get hands-on experience working with basic manufacturing equipment, see different types of manufacturing and tour a local manufacturer. Finally, students will get to work on small manufacturing products that they will be able to take 安徽快3开奖结果 with them to wow their parents and friends!

            The camp is open to any student entering grades 7-9 in the fall.

            . For more information contact Terri Rubner, RAMS/Oelwein Center Director, at 844.642.2338, ext. 5700.


            Peosta Camps

            Progressive Agriculture Safety Day(R)

            June 16, July 9, August 5, 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
            NECAS, Peosta Campus

            The Progressive Agriculture Safety Day(R) program is the largest rural safety and health education program for children in North America. The purpose of these one-day events is to teach students to stay safe on farms and at 安徽快3开奖结果 with a variety of age-appropriate lessons. Topics may include ATV safety, bike safety, fire safety, machinery safety and more. Youth who live on a farm, work on a farm or visit a farm are encouraged to attend.

            Open to children ages 4-12. Registration is required. Space is limited.

            Contact the National Education Center for Agricultural Safety (NECAS) at 888.844.6322 or safetyday@ for more information.

            Kids on Campus

            July 13-17, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
            Peosta Campus

            Your kids won't stop talking about the fun classes and crazy experiments they will participate in during this weeklong camp. Classes introduce kids to new ideas and concepts in a fun and interactive way. Kids on Campus provides a positive, creative learning environment everyone will enjoy! Lunch and snacks are included.

            Open to students entering grades 2-7 in the fall. Download the Peosta Kids on Campus Brochure 安徽快3开奖结果.

            For more information contact Krista Weitz, Program Manager, at 844.642.2338, ext. 3139.


            Waukon Camps

            安徽快3开奖结果 Economics: Life Skills

            June 10-11, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
            Kee High School (Lansing)

            Calling all middle schoolers (entering grades 5-8) for a brand new 2-day summer camp! Come find out how fun 安徽快3开奖结果 Ec can be! It's more than just sewing and cooking, although you'll have a blast trying both of those things. You'll also learn about child development to make yourself an in-demand babysitter, how to be a smart comparison shopper and create a budget, and some of the skills you'll need to get your first job. Attend this creative camp and you'll leave with newly acquired skills that you'll never regret knowing. Join us for this fast-paced, intensive life experience! Registration includes lunch, snacks, and supplies.

            Open to students entering grades 5-8 in the fall. Space is limited to 16 students.

            . For more information contact Erica Nosbisch, Waukon Center Director, at 844.642.2338, ext. 6700.

            STEAM in Space!

            Grade Level (entering fall 安徽快3开奖结果):
            Grades 5-7: June 15, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
            Grades 3-4: June 16, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
            Grades PK-K: June 17, 8 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
            Grades 1-2: June 17, Noon-4 p.m.
            Waukon Center

            We’re going to space at this year’s annual summer STEAM Camp at the Waukon Center! Enroll your Pre-K through 7th graders for an age-appropriate day of exploration that will keep them creative and engaged. This year’s highlights include an on-site planetarium, making pop bottle rockets, designing and building telescopes, coding, painting star constellations and an astronaut team building challenge. Registration includes breakfast and/or lunch, all supplies, and a fun-filled day with experienced instructors.

            Limited to 30 students per session.

            Register online for , , , or . For more information contact Erica Nosbisch, Waukon Center Director, at 844.642.2338, ext. 6700.

            Kids in the Kitchen: Junior Chef

            June 25 and July 23, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
            Waukon Center

            Designed for kids entering 3-7 grade, this camp experience places an emphasis on having fun in the kitchen. Kid-friendly kitchen tips, sanitation, safety and proper use of basic tools and equipment will be demonstrated. Your child will also learn measurements, how to read and follow recipes and to manage time. Working together, all participants will make simple, kid-approved recipes and, of course, sample the results. Be ready to cook with your kid, because he or she will come 安徽快3开奖结果 with several recipes to help prepare, plus a whole lot of enthusiasm! Lunch will be provided.

            Open to students entering grades 3-7 in the fall. Limited to 20 students per session.

            Register online for or . For more information contact Erica Nosbisch, Waukon Center Director, at 844.642.2338, ext. 6700.

            Build Your Own Business

            July 28-29, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
            Waukon Center

            Shark Tank! No, really - do you have a great idea you’d like to turn into a business? Then this two day camp is your shot at a Shark Tank-style experience where you can learn basic business concepts and vocabulary, create a business plan, and pitch your ideas in a presentation to young entrepreneurs from the area. They will share their business stories and help you learn everything from a proper greeting handshake to good customer service skills to building a professional business card.

            Open to students entering grades 4-6 in the fall. Space is limited to 16 students.

            . For more information contact Erica Nosbisch, Waukon Center Director, at 844.642.2338, ext. 6700.

            Healthcare Faces of the Future

            August 6, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
            Waukon Center

            Calling all kids who want to be a nurse, paramedic, doctor or other health professional! Spend an action-packed day experiencing what these careers are like. You'll have a chance to work with manikins in a health lab setting and try lots of interactive, hands-on activities that health professionals do every day. You'll also be visited by guest speakers from local healthcare facilities who can tell you what it's really like to work in their fast-paced, fascinating jobs.

            Open to students entering grades 2-5 in the fall. Space is limited to 20 students.

            . For more information contact Erica Nosbisch, Waukon Center Director, at 844.642.2338, ext. 6700.