Summer 2022 Youth Programming
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Summer 2022 Youth Programming

Published: June 01, 2022

Let Jefferson Community College (JCC) keep your children learning this summer! Free, grant-funded, workshops with a focus on emerging trends in agriculture will be held at the Lewis County JCC Education Center for students ages 12-17 years old in June and July. Learn how to grow plants without soil! Get a crash course in aviation and coding for drones! Aquaponics, hydroponics and greenhouses are also a focus of these free workshop offerings. 

In partnership with BlackRocket, a family owned and operated business with 20 years of experience designing courses in the science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) fields, JCC is offering a variety of fun virtual workshops in July and August whereby students will learn how to bring their coding, video game design and YouTube ideas to life. STEAM workshops, for students ages 8-14 years old, encourage collaboration and peer-to-peer feedback along with hands-on interaction. STEAM workshops are compatible with MAC and Windows operation systems only. 

Early registration is recommended! Learn more and register online. For more information, call JCC at 315-786-2233.



Story by:

Pamela Dixon

Additional Information:

Public Relations Department, Jefferson Community College, (315) 786-2392, Email Public Relations

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