EACC's Community Education and Workforce Development programs have announced the Summer Schedule of classes for students of every age. Click Here for the Schedule.
The schedule offers a wide variety of unique Kids on Campus programs and camps including: Children’s Theater Camp, Junior Golf Camp, Football Camp, Basketball Camp, Gymnastics, Zumba for Kids, Ninja Warrior, Name Art, Under the Sea, Dr. Seuss’s Whacky, Whacky, Week, How Many Colors Are In a Rainbow, Princess Tea Time, Time for a Fiesta!, Creative Writing, Once Upon a Time, Mess, Goo, Slime, and Dough, Calling All Superheroes, Sandcastles, Sun Catchers, and Stained Glass, DINO-MITE, Play with Clay Pottery Camp, Adventure Camp, Slammin’ Jammin’ Music Lessons, and many more!
Students in grades 3rd – 5th will use their imaginations to build and create their own town in Tiny Town. Campers will use cardboard, paper, plastics, and anything that will help build their town while learning the concepts of laws, creating jobs, electing a mayor, and even maintaining a household. They will learn the importance of how to keep a town running and what all it takes to make it happen from being elected officials and community members. In Exploring Stories by Eric Carle, students will jump right in with their imaginations as they read different stories from Eric Carle’s famous storybook. One can only imagine what fun and exciting experiments will take place with The Grouchy Ladybug, The Very Lonely Firefly, The Tiny Seed, Walter the Baker, and so much more. The children’s minds and imaginations will continue to grow each day. Preschool boys and girls ages 3 and 4 will explore many exciting careers in the Wanna Bees camp. The camp will host guest speakers and children will participate in arts and crafts as they learn about many different careers.
The Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs summer manufacturing camp for ages 14-16 will introduce students to the fascinating, high-tech career choices available to them in today’s advanced manufacturing industry. The camp will allow students to make something with their own hands, sparking their imagination and encouraging them to consider a career in manufacturing.
The Personal Interests and Senior Sage (students aged 50+) classes for adults include Yoga, Zumba, Conditioning, Weightlifting, Digital Photography, Applied Piano, and more.
The schedule for Professional Development classes includes: Healthcare Provider CPR, Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Cardiac Life Support (PALS) and Welding Operations. 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.
The complete schedule of Summer classes is available online at EACC.edu. 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+.