SPRINGFIELD - The Three River Valley Regional Business & Education Partnership, in collaboration with the River Valley Technical Center, Community College of Vermont, Vermont Student Assistance Corporation, Linking Learning to Life's Learn to Earn Program, 30 + 5, and Springfield Hospital will again provide exciting summer learning opportunities for regional students.
Summer Technical Camp is offered to incoming 7th, 8th and 9th graders throughout the region (which includes) students that will attend Bellows Falls, Black River, Fall Mountain, Green Mountain, or Springfield High Schools as well as home schooled and private school students.
New this year is Guitar Hero Rock Concert, 3D Abstraction, and The Remarkable Race. Campers learn to use PA systems, mixers, fog machines, and amplifiers to power the sound of a Guitar Hero band. Each year, new programs are offered and/or revised, so that campers who have previously attended, have plenty of new learning experiences.
Other offerings include On the Spot First Aid; Let's Get Cooking; Desktop Publishing; Sign Language; Web Page Design, Carrere Awareness and Exploration, Design a T-Shirt, The Marvels of Digital Moving Making and more.
Summer Tech Camp with a low registration fee of only $90 will be held the week of July 5 to 9. Camp will take place at the state-of-the-art Howard Dean Education Center in Springfield.
To learn more about the camp or to receive an application form, call Marie Gelineau at the Three River Valley Regional Business & Education Partnership at 885-8314 or email firstname.lastname@example.org