Registration for MCC’s College for Kids Summer Programs Is Now Open

Middlesex Community College makes summer plans easy with its College for Kids program. These interactive and engaging summer classes provide children and teens ages 8 to 17 with unique opportunities to explore careers, learn new skills, meet new friends, and boost self-confidence. Registration is now open.

“Our College for Kids programs are a great way for kids to have fun and stay busy in a productive way,” said Ellen Wright, MCC’s Assistant Director of Lifelong Learning and Workforce Development. “Programs are designed to provide students with hands-on experiences that allow them to explore new interests and possible career paths outside of traditional school classes. With a variety of week-to-week classes, College for Kids offers a semblance of normalcy and routine without having to commit for the whole summer.”

Over the summer, students learn from public school teachers and expert professionals. Topics include STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), arts and crafts, baking, aviation, photography, fashion design, online gaming and game design, filmmaking, and Lego Mindstorms.

Programs are offered in Bedford and Lowell, featuring five weeks of full- and half-day programs from July 8 to August 8, Monday through Thursday. Full-day programs run 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and half-day programs run 9 a.m. to noon or 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Students who take two half-day programs to make a full day can stay on campus for lunch in between the two sessions.

“From decorating cakes and cupcakes to introducing the art of coding to everything in between, this summer’s line-up of College for Kids classes will be exciting,” Wright said. “We look forward to welcoming you this year!”

Learn More and Register Here

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