The Continuing Education and Workforce Development Department at East Arkansas Community College has announced its Summer Schedule of classes for students of every age. Click HERE for the Summer Brochure.
The schedule offers a wide variety of unique Kids on Campus programs and camps including: Children’s Theater Camp, Tennis Camp, Junior Golf Camp, Basketball Camp, Moving and Shaking, Ninja Warrior, Camp Kindness, Wicked Weather, Mad Scientists, Safety Town, Oooze, Drop, Bubble, Bounce, How to Be a Princess, ABCs of Gardening, Fabulous Fun with Fancy Nancy, USA Road Trip, Gymnastics, Slammin’ Jammin’ Guitar Lessons, Adventure Camp, ACT Prep, and many more!
Students in grades 2nd – 3rd will learn the basics of entrepreneurship through fun and engaging activities in Run Your Own Lemonade Stand. The camp will inspire campers to generate innovative ideas and spot opportunities through critical thinking, problem solving, and creative brainstorming techniques, while encouraging team-building, collaboration, self-confidence, and leadership skills. In Code Creators, students entering grades 4th – 5th will have a blast creating video games, animated stories and bringing their imaginations to life while they learn cool skills such as basic coding and programming, problem solving, logic, physics and more. Boys and girls entering Kindergarten – 2nd grades will climb aboard and open their minds to the world of science for an imaginary field trip as they use fun science experiments that complement the Magic School Bus books in this summer’s Magic School Bus camp.
The Personal Interests and Senior Sage (students aged 50+) classes for adults include Yoga, Zumba, Digital Photography, Applied Voice, Applied Piano, Ballroom Dancing, Line Dancing, and more. Students will tango, waltz, samba and learn to dance like the stars in the Ballroom Dancing course, while the Line Dancing class will provide students with fun dance moves from country to hip-hop.
The schedule for Professional Development classes includes: Healthcare Provider CPR, Stop the Bleeding, Hands-Only CPR, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), and welding courses. Participants will learn hands-on skills in oxy-acetylene welding, cutting and brazing, basic welding, and safety necessary in the maintenance and repair of production equipment in the Welding Operations course, while Welding Principles will cover the basic knowledge of oxyacetylene welding and provide a basic introduction to TIG and MIG welding procedures and practices.
The complete schedule of Summer classes is available online. Pre-registration is required for all classes and events. For more information about classes, fees, and locations, please call 870-633-4480 ext. 333. Tuition waivers are available for credit classes for students aged 50+.