This summer, discover the latest technology in a high-tech, hands-on summer camp designed for high school freshmen, sophomores and juniors.
Thomas Nelson Workforce Development, along with area business partners and public schools, is offering two summer camps.
Camp currently full, a wait list is available. Call for any updates.
This camp introduces rising 7th grade through 10th grade high school students to manufacturing while allowing them to design, produce and manufacture products using manufacturing machines. The program also connects students with local industry businesses and Thomas Nelson faculty and staff who will serve as mentors and coaches throughout the camp. In addition, camp-goers will explore the world of entrepreneurship, learning how to sell their product from design to marketing.
Don’t miss a chance to visit manufacturing sites around the Peninsula!
To register, print and complete the application and email the form to ude.c1427609801cnt@t1427609801iranr1427609801ot1427609801 or call 757-865-3122.
Imagineering & Creative Technology
Imagineering is the perfect camp for students who have previously attended the Peninsula K-Next! Students will focus on more advanced technological skills like more in-depth CAD programs and 3D printing machines.
This camp requires student to take their products to the next level of entrepreneurship. Students must present their product to a panel of judges, seeking funding, similar to the television show “Shark Tank.”
Don’t miss a chance to bring your engineering ideas and concepts to life!
To register for this exciting camp print and complete the application and email the form to ude.c1427609801cnt@t1427609801iranr1427609801ot1427609801 or call (757) 865-3122.