SANFORD - Are you looking for a summer enrichment program for your child? If so, the Central Carolina Community College Youth Enrichment Series (YES) may be what you're seeking.
The CCCC YES program summer schedule includes a variety of exciting exploration camps. They include:
In addition, an Environmental Exploration Day is set for rising freshmen through rising juniors interested in Wildlife and Conservation, Fisheries, Sustainable Materials and Technology, Parks and Recreation, and Tourism Management. The N.C. State University College of Natural Resources and CCCC have partnered for the one-day event to be held at N.C. State University.
Registration for the Summer Youth Enrichment Series begins Tuesday, Feb. 9. Scholarships are available for those who meet the criteria for financial assistance on a first-come, first-serve basis.
All participants in the Summer Youth Enrichment Series must have an emergency medical form and YES registration form on file in the CCCC Continuing Education office no later than five days prior to the first day of class. Forms can be completed by downloading them from the CCCC website at www.cccc.edu/yes.
"We're very excited about the YES camp offerings for summer 2016," says Kristy Baggett, CCCC Director of Personal Enrichment and Youth Summer Programs. "Our focus is to provide camps that expose students to future opportunities. We do that by providing fun, interactive, and engaging camps for students."
Anyone interested should contact the CCCC ECD Student Support Center (SSC) at 919-718-7500 for registration and information regarding the Youth Enrichment Series. The SSC is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Friday.
For more information on Central Carolina Community College, visit www.cccc.edu.
Kids Cooking Camp is among the offerings this summer in the Central Carolina Community College Youth Enrichment Series. To register or information regarding the YES summer programs, contact the CCCC ECD Student Support Center at 919-718-7500.