As summer ended, so did another great season of San Jacinto College summer programs for creative and curious minds. This year marked the return of a majority of face-to-face camps.
The College offers a wide variety of camps for all interests from ages 4 to 18. From taking the stage in musical theatre camp to exploring hands-on activities in science and trades, campers learned while having fun.
This year, the College offered 10 different camps and career days in 16 sessions to accommodate community interest.
To learn more about summer camps, visit www.sanjac.edu/summer-camps.
The Exploring Automotive camp invited students ages 14 to 19 to join the San Jacinto College Automotive Technology program to learn more about the different manufactures and career opportunities available.
Camp STEMPACT focused on mathematics and science related to engineering and STEM careers. Including hands-on experiments and experiential activities, small and large group work, and SAT Math prep. The campus culminates with a field trip to the NASA Johnson Space Center.
The Exploring Industry Career Day: Petrochemical and Energy had students tour of the LyondellBasell Center for Petrochemical, Energy, & Technology to learn about careers in process technology, instrumentation technology, and environmental health & safety technology, with age appropriate hands on training and safety sessions.
The National Summer Transportation Institute is a three-week camp with each week focused on a different method of transportation; land, water, and air.
The girls' softball clinic is a camp aimed to help students become better softball players. The clinic is designed to teach progressions, offer constructive criticism, and give students assistance in improving their techniques and training.
The KidSpot Summer Musical Theatre camp invited children ages 5 to 18 for age-appropriate theatre training. The 2021 sessions featured a performance of the musical, "Madagascar".