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Tech IT Out! Summer 2021

with CCSU Tech Ed Rockstars & Faculty

We have a limited schedule for our Youth Programs @ CCSU

Email Christa Sterling; csterling@ccsu.edu for information

 

 

 

Sparking Innovation and Fun through Tech-based Summer Programs

We have a few summer programs with small classes.

Be creative. Learn AI. Engineer Robots. Learn Coding. Create Designs. Have Fun and More!

The Magic of Multimedia

7th – 12th graders

M – F 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

7/12/21 – 7/16/21

Game Design:  Coding Videogames with Scratch

5th – 7th graders

M – F 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

7/12/21 – 7/16/21

3D CAD Modeling:  Onshape

 

8th – 12th graders

M – F 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

7/19/21 – 7/23/21

Waveform Warriors – Level 1 Electronic Music Production

6th – 12th graders

M – F 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

7/19/21 – 7/23/21

Drones & VEX with Visual Coding

5th – 8th graders

M – F 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

7/26/21 – 7/30/21

E-Sports

6th – 12th graders

M – F 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

7/26/21 – 7/30/21

Underwater Robotics

7th – 12th graders

M – F 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

7/19/21 – 7/23/21

CCSU’s Office of Continuing Education is happy to bring a few Tech It Out programs to campus this summer! Our classes are a little smaller, and we will have to follow some protocols, but we are excited to offer a few programs!

*Classes will remain small with only 10 students.

*Students will need to bring their own lunch.

*Students will be required to follow the protocols of the campus.

 

 

     

    Technology is everywhere in the world around us, so whatever interests your child, we hope to have a program where he or she can use technology and explore new ideas. Join us for CCSU’s Tech It Out summer programs. You’ll make friends, have fun, learn new things and there are no grades!

    Happy Kids, Great Reviews

     

    Youth #5

    “We actually soldered the components to the motherboard!”

    Henry, 9

    Youth #4

    “I like this because they let me use all the tools and not just do it for me!”

    Emily 7th grade

    Youth #3

    “It was the most amazing week of my life and nothing can replace it!”

    Words from an 8 year old who thinks NOTHING beats Spider man!

    Youth #2

    The experience was magnificent. I wish I had more time to learn about programming computers. It taught me new things about the kind of person that I am and made me feel like I could be great at new things.”

    Jude, 4th grade

    Youth #1

    “Each day unrolled unique programming techniques allowing us to stretch our imagination, develop creative solutions and become innovative thinkers”

    Sanmati, 10

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    Frequently Asked Questions

     
    What time does check-in start on the first day of the program?

    All classes begin at 9:00 am.  You will be sent specific instructions for your class.  

    Where do I drop off my child?

    All parents will receive detailed instructions on where they need to bring their children.

    What if I am late to drop off my child?

    All programs begin at 9:00 am.  If you are late, please text or call us at 860-832-2277 and leave a message and let us know.  We will wait until 9:30 am and walk each child to their class.

    Where do I pick up my child?

    Every child will be at the same place where they are dropped off.  The teachers walk them back and forth to their classrooms.

    What if I am late to pick up my child?

    If you are late, please text or call us at 860-770-2400 if you can, and let us know.  All children will be at the aftercare program in the student center.  We will be there until 5:30.  If you are not preregistered for the aftercare program the cost is $25 per day.

    Do I need to sign my child in and out each day?

    No, only the first day.

    Do you provide before and after care?

    Not for summer 2021.  

    Is lunch provided?

    Not for summer 2021.  Students should bring their own lunch.

    Is there parking?

    Yes, we will inform you of where to park to walk your child to registration. 

    Is an Informed Consent & Medical Information Form required?

    Yes.  Every class requires a completed consent and medical information form.

    Is there a Nurse on campus?

    Not for summer 2021.  

    Is there financial assistance?

    CCSU does not offer financial assistance to the students attending our summer program.  However, there are many organizations that offer funding to families and students that qualify.  CCSU is not eligible to apply for many of these grants/monies, but families can apply.  We encourage you to look for grants and/or foundations that support STEM programs for kids.