Learn and Have Fun! EXPERIENCE Summer Camp!
South Piedmont Community college is not just for young adults; learn how your middle, home and high school-aged students can take advantage of learning opportunities offered at your Union County Campuses. Providing students with fun and beneficial group and personal experiences, summer camps can be a great opportunity for kids to interact with others while learning more about themselves and their world.
As the American Camp Association supports, “camp provides children with a community of caring adults, who nurture experiential education that results in self-respect and appreciation for human value,” SPCC believes that camps nurture students and provide them an opportunity for career and self-exploration.
While there is a variety of camps and summer venues in the area, parents can take advantage of local and affordable summer camps offered here. While high school students already enjoy early college in public school and community colleges, now, home school and high school students can learn on these campuses.
At this camp, attendees will learn to create and produce metal and plastic parts using tools such as 3D printers and manual or CNC machining devices. They will also learn about related career opportunities with businesses in Union and Anson counties
July 28th, 2022 (Choose one Session), Polkton 9am – 12pm
Python Coding Camp
This camp will introduce attendees to the programming language Python, which is commonly used to build websites and software. Students will learn how to set up the development environment, install packages, compile and run applications, and create basic programming elements. No prior programming experience needed.
At this camp, students will learn about the field of welding and metalworking. They will be introduced to safety protocols, common welding processes and welding positions, and basic techniques for metal cutting and grinding.
The Citizen Science Exploration Camp: By BioNetwork
Come be a Citizen Scientist and perform science experiments and collect data that real scientists will use. Campers will be doing different projects around SPCC campus that are linked to new long-term projects undergraduate research students started this past spring. The overall experience will most fascinate and also spark a great appreciation for the dynamic biological world around us.
Exploring the Outdoors: July 26th, Monroe, 9am-3pm
*Students will need to bring lunch for this camp*
This camp is free!
Registration for All Camps HERE
For questions, please reach out to our program coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org