College for Kids

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Students enrolled in aerospace engineering launch water-powered rockets built during College For Kids.

Students enrolled in aerospace engineering launch water-powered rockets built during College For Kids.

Onondaga’s “College For Kids” summer camp continues to be a great way for children to learn and have fun during the summer. More than 750 children between the ages of 8 and 14 took part in three weekly sessions at Mulroy Hall. College For Kids, which celebrated its 30th year, offers a wide-range of educational courses including website building, introduction to creative photography, science adventures, the College For Kids newspaper, LEGO robotics, and computer aided drafting in which students draft and assemble electric cars.

“College For Kids gets bigger and better every year. We had record enrollment this summer and are expecting great turnout again next year. We’ve already begun planning new courses for 2015,” said Barb Dennehy, camp director.

College For Kids is administered by Onondaga’s Office of Lifelong Learning. The office can be contacted at (315) 498-6600 and lifelong@sunyocc.edu.

 

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