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Registration Begins Jan. 29 at 8 a.m. Go to mccneb.edu/c4t.

featuring classes in: • Culinary • Technology • Trades And more!


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applied technology center *Emergency Services Safety Camp

Calling all up-and-coming babysitters and teens interested in emergency services. Become CPR-certified and learn the proper procedures of first aid, tying knots and the use of an AED. Gain the basic skills necessary to effectively identify and treat emergencies in the critical first minutes of injury or illness. Learn proper fire extinguisher usage and learn sound decision-making processes on when to use an extinguisher. Learn about our high school career academy and explore different career opportunities while being challenged mentally and physically as you are introduced to your new role as an emergency care provider. Watch real firefighters demonstrate an emergency situation and meet Omaha Fire Department’s accelerant detection dog, Alley, and her K-9 partner, investigator Dave Sobotka. Book included. (ages 12-17) Applied Technology Center, 10407 State St. T022A MTWTH 6/15-6/18 9:00A-12:00P $125

*Explore Auto Body Camp

Have you ever wondered what it takes to make an old car body look new again? Automotive collision technicians repair damaged bodies and body parts of automotive vehicles, restoring to pre-loss conditions. Students will learn to sand and polish a vehicle, detailing, dent repair and refinishing on sheet metal panels. Students will be able to take home a metal panel that they repair during the week. Students must wear closed shoes and jeans as a requirement with the understanding that they will get dirty. Supplies and safety gear are included in this camp. Seats are limited. (ages 14-16) Applied Technology Center, 10407 State St. T048A MTWTH 7/20-7/23 8:00A-12:00P $150

blair public library NEW! *ABCs of American Sign Language

Are you interested in learning how to communicate with a deaf/hard of hearing person? It couldn’t be easier to start. Explore the alphabet, numbers, greetings and common questions with answers. We’ll even learn the dos and don’ts of sign language. (ages 12-17) Blair Public Library, 2233 Civic Drive, Blair T078A MTWTH 6/8-6/11 1:00P-03:00P $129

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*Python Programmers

Want to learn the world’s fastest-growing programming language favored by Google, NASA, YouTube and the CIA? Learn how to code with Python to create engaging apps and games. Each lesson takes you step-by-step on a programming path that will let you challenge friends with fun content you create from start to finish. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Returning students can create more advanced projects that build on previous years. (ages 10-14) Blair Public Library, 2233 Civic Drive, Blair T603A MTWTH 6/1-6/4 1:00P-4:00P $179


NEW! *Lego Robotics Workshop

Elkhorn valley campus NEW! *ABCs of American Sign Language

Are you interested in learning how to communicate with a deaf/hard of hearing person? It couldn’t be easier to start. Explore the alphabet, numbers, greetings and common questions with answers. We’ll even learn the dos and don’ts of sign language. (ages 12-17)

Students will work with the Lego Robotics building the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 Core set. They will learn STEM principles during the lesson, while also learning soft skills through teamwork and collaboration in groups and pairs. This workshop will give students a chance to practice their designs in preparation for Lego Robotics Innovation and Challenge Camp at MCC at Do Space later in the summer. (ages 10-14) Elkhorn Valley Campus, 829 N. 204th St. T285B MTWTH 6/22-6/25 1:00P-4:00P $159

NEW! Minute to Win It Challenge

Compete head to head in a series of mini games, keeping in mind, you only have a minute to win. Similar to the TV show, you will become a contestant ready to complete a series of unique challenges using household items. Bring your competitive spirit and see who has what it takes to be the Minute to Win It champion. (ages 12-15) Elkhorn Valley Campus, 829 N. 204th St. T086A MTWTH 6/15-6/18 2:00P-4:00P $79

Elkhorn Valley Campus, 829 N. 204th St. T078B MTWTH 7/13-7/16 1:00P-3:00P $129

*Game of Drones

Design, build and fly. Students will build their very own quadcopter drones from scratch using components such as brushed DC motors, flight-controller boards, motor mounts and transmitters. They will begin by learning about the different parts of a drone and how drones are designed to achieve compromises between speed, acrobatics and stability. (ages 10-14) Elkhorn Valley Campus, 829 N. 204th St. T063B MTWTH 7/20-7/23 1:00P-4:00P $159

NEW! History of Graffiti

Explore the visual side of the freedom of speech through graffiti and street art. This class covers the history and differences of graffiti and street art through an engaging presentation and discussion. Our hands-on practices at the base of the culture include spray paint practice, cutting and spray painting a premade stencil design and letter styles practice with graffiti marker tagging. This is an intro class. Each student will make their own unique graffiti/street art takeaway piece. (ages 12-17) Elkhorn Valley Campus, 829 N. 204th St. T081B MTWTHF 7/13-7/17 3:00P-5:00P $90

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Fort omaha campus Exploring Trade Careers Camp for Middle Schoolers

This hands-on camp, sponsored by Sherwood Homes and Lane Building Corp, allows you to explore the possibilities of working in the high-skilled construction trades. During the first four days, you will rotate through hands-on stations and demonstrations focusing on construction, plumbing, HVAC and electrical programs. Students will also tour the College’s state-of-the-art learning facilities at the Fort Omaha Campus. The last day of the camp will be “Competition Day” with timed races in electrical wiring and the “Hammer and Nail-a-Thon.” Interested students will learn about the MCC High School Construction Career Academies and how to get a jump start on their education while in middle school. Students must wear long pants, preferably jeans and a shirt with sleeves. Leather boots or shoes are required. No loose clothing or jewelry will be allowed for safety reasons. Gloves and safety glasses will be provided. (ages 12-14) Fort Omaha Campus, Construction Education Center, Building 25, 5730 N. 30th St. T297A MTWTHF 7/13-7/17 12:00P-3:00P $5

NEW! Future Builders for Middle Schoolers

The Future Builders Camp, sponsored by the Builder Foundation, allows students to explore the possibilities of working in the high-skilled construction trades. They will rotate through hands-on stations and demonstrations focusing on construction, plumbing, HVAC and electrical programs. The last day of the camp will be “Competition Day” with timed races in electrical wiring and the “Hammer and Nail-a-Thon.” Interested students will learn about the MCC High School Construction Career Academy programs and how to get a jump start on their education. Students must wear long pants, preferably jeans and a shirt with sleeves. Leather boots or shoes are required. No loose clothing or jewelry will be allowed for safety reasons. Gloves and safety glasses will be provided. (ages 12-14) Fort Omaha Campus, Construction Education Center, Building 25, 5730 N. 30th St. T085A MTWTHF 7/20-7/24 12:00P-3:00P $5

THESE CAMPS HAVE BEEN PARTIALLY SPONSORED, ALLOWING YOUR TEEN TO ATTEND FOR ONLY $5.

NEW! *Creating at CAET: Technologies of Today and Tomorrow Experience the joy of creation using the Center for Advanced and Emerging Technology’s machines, equipment and state-of-the-art facility. You will receive training on CNC’s routers, 3D printers and more as you learn what it takes to pursue a career in the STEM fields all through engaging and interesting activities. At the end of the week, you will create your own 3D-printed bridge using 3D pens and will utilize your own race car designed throughout the week. (ages 16-18) Fort Omaha Campus, Center For Advanced and Emerging Technology, Building 24, 5300 N. 30th St. T089A MTWTHF 6/15-6/19 9:00A-3:30P $259


Fort Omaha campus *Make Sparks Fly, Welding Camp Level 1

According to the American Welding Society, there is a major shortage of welders in today’s workforce. This camp serves as a stepping stone to figure out if this is something you’d like to pursue as a career. Learn safety and the basics to cut and weld steel using oxyacetylene, just like the professionals. In our fully equipped lab, discover how to design and create a unique metal art piece to take home and share with friends and family. Students must wear leather shoes, long sleeves and long pants. Supplies included. The lab is not air conditioned. Water will be provided. Seats are limited. (ages 14-17) Fort Omaha Campus, Building 26, 5300 N. 30th St. T024A MTWTHF 6/1-6/5 2:00P-6:00P $199 T024B MTWTHF 6/15-6/19 2:00P-6:00P $199

*Make Sparks Fly, Welding Camp Level 2

Prerequisite: Make Sparks Fly, Welding Camp Level 1 Continue your welding skills to learn different processes and more advanced design techniques. Use copper to create beautiful and useful pieces. Discover new skills and explore different career opportunities while being challenged both mentally and physically. Students must wear leather shoes, long sleeves and long pants. Supplies included. The lab is not air conditioned. Water will be provided. Seats are limited. (ages 14-17) Fort Omaha Campus, Building 26, 5300 N. 30th St. T025A MTWTHF 6/8-6/12 2:00P-6:00P $199 T025B MTWTHF 6/22-6/26 2:00P-6:00P $199

BUNDLE & SAVE

Register for both welding camps and receive a discount. Use this course number to register.

*Make Sparks Fly, Welding Camp Level 1 and Level 2 Bundle

Students must wear leather shoes, long sleeves and long pants. Supplies included. The lab is not air conditioned. Water will be provided. Bring a sack lunch. Seats are limited. (ages 14-17) Fort Omaha Campus, Building 26, 5300 N. 30th St. T026A MTWTHF 6/1-6/12 2:00P-6:00P $335 T026B MTWTHF 6/15-6/26 2:00P-6:00P $335


*Baking Basics

What’s pate a choux? How do you “blind bake?” Learn the secrets to success in the pastry kitchen, discover how science makes it all work and bake your way through the week making delicious, beautiful, sweet desserts with our pastry chefs. This will be the sweetest camp yet. (ages 12-18)

NEW! *Gardening for Teens

This camp will introduce young and future gardeners to everything exciting about the garden and greenhouse. Each day, you will be introduced to new plants, see new insects, and experience the tastes and smells of the garden. Learn how to start your own plants, create your own garden and harvest what you grow. (ages 12-18)

Fort Omaha Campus, Institute for the Culinary Arts Building 22, 5300 N. 30th St. T021A MTWTH 8/3-8/6 9:00A-2:00P $150 T021B MTWTH 8/10-8/13 9:00A-2:00P $150

*Culinary Adventure Camp

Fort Omaha Campus, Building 29, 5300 N. 30th St. T076A MTWTH 8/3-8/6 9:00A-12:00P $175

Begin each day discovering the ingredients necessary to start an exciting culinary journey. Then, let our experienced chef-instructors and culinary students lead you through the kitchen where you will practice your skills with a knife and at the stove. Finally, take a seat in the dining room to taste and evaluate the quality of your work. Each day is a new adventure in the kitchen. (ages 12-18) Fort Omaha Campus, Institute for the Culinary Arts Building 22, 5300 N. 30th St. T224A MTWTH 7/6-7/9 9:00A-2:00P $150 T224B MTWTH 7/20-7/23 9:00A-2:00P $150 T224C MTWTH 7/27-7/30 9:00A-2:00P $150

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NEW ONE DAY EXPERIENCE! *International Cuisines Mini-Camp

This exciting mini-camp is your passport to new cooking techniques and a world of new flavors to experience. Visit hands-on stations where you’ll learn about cooking techniques that are unique to different cuisines of the world, and taste new and exciting foods that will expand your definition of “delicious.” (ages 12-18) Fort Omaha Campus, Institute for the Culinary Arts Building 22, 5300 N. 30th St. T075B W 7/15 1:00P-4:00P $30 T075C TH 7/16 1:00P-4:00P $30 T075A F 7/17 1:00P-4:00P $30

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*Restaurant Camp

Prerequisite: Culinary Adventure Camp Here’s your chance to put your culinary skills to the test in a live, guest-centered environment. Spend Monday and Tuesday learning menus and procedure for lunch service, and then prepare and serve lunch, to-order, in the Sage Student Bistro on Wednesday and Thursday. Note: Campers may take this class a maximum of two times total in order to allow for more campers the opportunity to attend. Registrations of students who have already done two years of Restaurant Camp will be canceled. (ages 12-18) Fort Omaha Campus, Institute for the Culinary Arts Building 22, 5300 N. 30th St. T225A MTWTH 7/27-7/30 9:00A-2:00P $150 NOTE: Due to high demand for our culinary camps, refunds will only be given for registrations that are canceled at least seven business days before the camp begins. ALLERGIES: When registering, please inform us of any allergies before camp begins. Courses held at the Institute for the Culinary Arts are held in commercial kitchens with allergens present, and while all efforts possible will be made to keep students out of direct contact with allergens, no room can be guaranteed allergen-free.

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La vista community center NEW ONE DAY EXPERIENCE! A Harry Potter Experience

A summer workshop that teaches you about the magic of science, technology, engineering, art and math is now a reality. Open to witches, wizards, Muggles and No-Majs alike. If you’ve spent your life dreaming about getting a letter from Hogwarts and debating with your friends about which house you should be in, this experience is perfect for you. Learn about troll bogeys and arithmancy, make your own Marauder’s Map and more. (ages 11-15) La Vista Community Center, 8116 Park View Blvd., La Vista T077A TH 6/18 1:00P-3:00P $35

NEW ONE DAY EXPERIENCE! Explore iMovie App

Unleash your creativity and produce great video projects for your family, your blog or YouTube channel. Learn how to edit videos with iMovie and develop the incredibly valuable skills of video production. (ages 12-15)

Fremont area center NEW ONE DAY EXPERIENCE! A Harry Potter Experience

A summer workshop that teaches you about the magic of science, technology, engineering, art and math is now a reality. Open to witches, wizards, Muggles and No-Majs alike. If you’ve spent your life dreaming about getting a letter from Hogwarts and debating with your friends about which house you should be in, this experience is perfect for you. Learn about troll bogeys and arithmancy, make your own Marauder’s Map and more. (ages 11-15) Fremont Area Center, 835 N. Broad St., Fremont T077B W 7/8 1:00P-3:00P $35

Unleash your creativity and produce great video projects for your family, your blog or YouTube channel. Learn how to edit videos with iMovie and develop the incredibly valuable skills of video production. (ages 12-15) Fremont Area Center, 835 N. Broad St., Fremont T080A T 6/2 1:00P-3:00P $25

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In this multi-sport referee camp, students will learn how to officiate and umpire softball, baseball, volleyball and basketball. Core themes of game rules, referee mechanics, and in game situations will be covered on a full-sized indoor basketball court. Through this teaching approach, students will practice their calls in front of other students gaining confidence and deeper understanding of what makes a fair and professional official. At the end of camp, students will receive a certification of camp completion, their own basketball whistle, and can use the instructor Nathan Hankenson as a reference for future jobs. (ages 14-17)

La Vista Community Center, 8116 Park View Blvd., La Vista T098A MTW 6/8-6/10 1:30P-4:30P $89

Whether you’re new or experienced, discover and practice dance techniques such as pirouettes, leaps, kicks, along with other fun jazz dance steps. After learning these movement techniques, we’ll put it all together for a performance on the last day of camp. Be sure to invite your friends and family. Wear comfy clothing (leggings/shorts with a t-shirt). If you don’t have jazz shoes, no problem, socks and sneakers work. Come ready to stretch, learn and dance. Tuition includes a t-shirt. (ages 11-14) La Vista Community Center, 8116 Park View Blvd., La Vista T084A MTWTHF 7/6-7/10 2:00P-4:00P $99

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NEW! Let’s Get Jazzy Dance Camp

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*Digital Art *Color Outside the Lines Art Camp Discover the budding artist inside you. Bring your creativity and explore different types of art each day. Explore drawing, oil pastel, charcoal and more. End camp with an art gallery to display your works of art for your family and friends. Supplies included. (ages 12-15) MCC at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St. (second floor) T239A MTWTH 6/8-6/11 1:30P-3:30P $115

Use technology to create art. Art and design are a part of our everyday lives. From toys to tech-gadgets to smart phone/ homes to digital communities/landscapes, art and the art of digital design is integral in all aspects of our lives. Key concepts in art like symmetry, balance, composition and colors are employed for interactive lessons. Using visual programming and machine learning, 3D design, robots and motion-capture cameras will be used as tools in creating digital art as well as the being the subject of the art itself. (ages 12-15) MCC at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St. (second floor) T039A MTWTHF 6/1-6/5 9:00A-12:00P $189

*Digital Music

Healthy Happy U for Teen Girls

It’s time to get empowered. This class is about motivating girls to find their confidence and inner strength. Participants will be inspired to develop fitness routines they are excited about, set goals while learning the steps to achieve them and learn the importance of embracing healthy habits at this crucial age. Girls will learn to love fitness, cook yummy, yet nutritious recipes and make some supportive friends—leading them to a lifetime of healthy happiness. (ages 14-16) MCC at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St. (second floor) T042A MTWTH 7/13-7/16 9:00A-12:00P $89

NEW! *Camp Invention: Leaders-in-Training

Imaginations will soar in the all-new Camp Invention® program, Elevate! Campers in seventh through ninth grade will build leadership skills in a dynamic, inventionbased setting while learning about flight, ecosystems, sport stadiums, and more while mentoring children in second through sixth grade. During the program, LITs gain and practice leadership and teamwork skills, and learn to set and meet personal and team goals. (ages 12-15) MCC at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St. (second floor) T087A MTWTHF 7/20-7/24 9:00A-3:30P $259

Instructors with real-world music production experience teach you how to record, mix, edit and produce digital music. Key music production concepts like songwriting and musical arrangement, in addition to learning how to create/modify sounds and even create instruments, program individual soundtracks and layer together for a complete instrumental arrangement. The entire process of making digital music is explored here. The digital music camp culminates with original music product made using everything learned during the camp to be shared with friends and family. (ages 12-15) MCC at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St. (second floor) T040A MTWTHF 6/1-6/5 12:30P-3:30P $189

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Take both Digital Art and Digital Music and receive a discount. Use this course number to register.

*Digital Art/Music Camp Bundle Bring a sack lunch. (ages 12-15)

MCC at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St. (second floor) T041A MTWTHF 6/1-6/5 9:00A-3:30P $329


mcc at do space NEW! *Chef School: Science Period

Calling all teen chefs and food scientists. Do you like to cook? Do you like to eat? Ever wonder what would happen if you put that marshmallow Peep in the microwave? Or how many Mentos it takes to launch a two-liter bottle of Coke? If the answer is yes, this is the camp for you. (ages 12-15) MCC at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St. (second floor) T088A MTWTHF 6/22-6/26 9:00A-12:00P $189

NEW! *Food Science Camp

Who can make plasma lightning shoot out of a grape? Why are Mentos so excitable around soft drinks? All these questions and more are learned firsthand, fusing science into senses. The best part is getting to eat your experiments and learn why certain combinations taste better than others. Ever wonder why salted caramels taste so good, but tuna ice cream is a big no-no? Learning why something tastes good is just as important as how to make it. Good food goes a long way but combined with great fun equals the science of food lab. (ages 12-15) MCC at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St. (second floor) T094A MTWTHF 6/22-6/26 12:30P-3:30P $189

NEW! *Chef School and Food Science Camp Bundle

Take both Chef School: Science Period and Food Science Camp and receive a discount. Bring a sack lunch. (ages 12-15) MCC at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St. (second floor) T095A MTWTHF 6/22-6/26 9:00A-3:30P $329

NEW! *eSports Apprentice: Streamers and Gamers

Whether you want to be the next pro gamer, streamer or game caster this course will teach you the basics to get started. No longer just a hobby, eSports is the fastestgrowing career for the next generation. In this course, students will develop game-play skills and compete using Black Rocket’s eSports games and apps, learn how to produce commentary for live tournaments, use professional streaming software and most importantly practice online safety. (ages 11-14) MCC at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St. (second floor) T091A MTWTH 6/22-6/25 1:00P-4:00P $179

NEW! *eSports Camp

eSports is a form of competition using video games. This camp is for those who are beginners wanting to take their gaming to the next level or advanced players looking to learn what’s new in the world of eSports and how to use it to their advantage. This camp is best suited for any player who wants to learn how to start their own eSports team, how to plug into existing teams and how to broadcast your games so that you can find others to play and be a top player yourself in the eSports world. (ages 12-15) MCC at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St. (second floor) T092A MTWTHF 7/27-7/31 9:00A-12:00P $189

NEW! *Drone Camp

Join us for this immersive camp designed to take kids from beginner to advanced on all things drones. From learning the anatomy of drones to how to build/service/program drones to learning FAA rules on flying drones, this class is intended for anyone interested in or already passionate about this new sport/hobby/career. Each student will receive their own drone to learn how to program, fly, repair and ultimately take home. (ages 12-15) MCC at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St. (second floor) T090A MTWTHF 7/27-7/31 12:30P-3:30P $249

BUNDLE & SAVE

Take both eSports Camp and Drone Camp and receive a discount. Use this course number to register.

NEW! *ESports and Drones Camp Bundle Bring a sack lunch to class. (ages 12-15)

MCC at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St. (second floor) T093A MTWTHF 7/27-7/31 9:00A-3:30P $399


NEW! *Inventors League: Prototyping for the Future Become an inventor of the future. Learn “rapid prototyping” and problem solving as you conceptualize and design a product to solve a critical global issue. Each day begins with inspirational profiles of young inventors, such as the eleven year old who coded a robot to find victims of natural disasters. Next, research a problem to tackle in medicine, architecture, the environment, or a topic of your choosing. Once your vision is complete, learn how to draft 2D designs, create 3D models and develop a website to pitch your ideas to the class. (ages 11-14)

MCC at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St. (second floor) T096A MTWTH 6/1-6/4 1:00P-4:00P $179

NEW! *JavaScript Developer Jam

Learn programming tools so powerful they seem like magic. Start off by learning an array of core programming concepts with JavaScript by experimenting in a series of digital challenges. Start with programming your first animated memes, then tackle more advanced skills such as interactive 3D experiences and game creation. Projects will be available on a password-protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. (ages 11-14) MCC at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St. (second floor) T097A MTWTH 6/8-6/11 1:00P-4:00P $179

NEW! *Lego Robotics Innovation and Challenge Camp

In this Lego Robotics competition students will take their coding and problem-solving skills to the next level. In a fun, fast paced environment students will form teams and compete in engineering, architecture and technical challenges. Concepts of communication, collaboration and inquiry-based questions will be introduced. The main theme of the camp is to engage the student’s interest and give them a glimpse of what skills they will need to excel in STEM careers. (ages 10-14) MCC at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St. (second floor) T286A MTWTHF 7/6-7/10 1:00P-4:00P $189

NEW! *Maker Labs: Make Your First 3D Creation

Calling all boys and girls who want to be the designers of the future. In this class, if you can dream it, you can make it–create your first action figure, design custom jewelry or make a new toy, learn how to prepare a model for 3D printing and create a design portfolio to showcase your work. Using professional-level modeling software, kids will sculpt, texture and render their own 3D creation. No prior experience is necessary and 3D designs will be available on a password-protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. (ages 11-14) MCC at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St. (second floor) T287A MTWTH 7/20-7/23 1:00P-4:00P $189

NEW! *Minecraft® Redstone Engineers

Take the next step beyond simply “playing” Minecraft and become a true Redstone engineer. Expand your Redstone knowledge by constructing your own carnival with a variety of mini-games, roller coasters and attractions powered by Redstone. Learn how to use Command and Structure blocks to incorporate them into your builds. Activate your skills and take your Minecraft structures to the next level (ages 11-14) MCC at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St. (second floor) T288A MTWTH 7/27-7/30 1:00P-4:00P $179

NEW! *Roblox Makers

Unlock the power of ROBLOX® Studio, the world creation tool used by real-world ROBLOX® developers. Learn how to build 3D models and create an adventure in your ROBLOX® world. Bring characters to life with unique animations you design. Student-created projects will be available on a passwordprotected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. (ages 11-14) MCC at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St. (second floor) T289A MTWTH 6/15-6/18 1:00P-4:00P $179

NEW! *Rocket Kart Racers: Design a Mario Kart® Style Game On your marks, get set, create. Blast off in making your first 3D Mario Kart® and Crash Team Racing® style game. Design your own tracks and customize your karts and characters. Using a professional 3D game development software, students will combine their creations into their own kart racing game that they can play with friends and family at home. Students can participate in eSports League races against other schools across the country with a chance to have their tracks featured in the Black Rocket master build of the game. (ages 11-14) MCC at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St. (second floor) T290A MTWTH 7/13-7/16 1:00P-4:00P $179


mcc north express *Game of Drones

Design, build and fly! Students will build their very own quadcopter drones from scratch using components such as brushed DC motors, flight-controller boards, motor mounts and transmitters. They will begin by learning about the different parts of a drone and how drones are designed to achieve compromises between speed, acrobatics and stability. (ages 10-14) MCC North Express, 2112 N. 30th St. (third floor) T063A TWTHF 6/16-6/19 1:00P-4:00P $159

*Kidz Biz Entrepreneurship Camp

College for Teens is offering a special entrepreneur class for youth ages 12-15. Explore building a brand by creating a product, discover marketing strategies and receive expertise from different speakers and not only that, but you will be given the opportunity to sell your goods at a public venue. Bring a $5 supply fee to class. (ages 12-15) MCC North Express, 2112 N. 30th St. (third floor) T005A MTWTHF 6/8-6/12 10:00A-4:00P $99

NEW! *Lego Robotics Workshop

Students will work with the Lego Robotics building the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 Core Set. They will learn STEM principles during the lesson, while also learning soft skills through teamwork and collaboration in groups and pairs. This workshop will give students a chance to practice their designs in preparation for Lego Robotics Innovation and Challenge Camp at MCC at Do Space later in the summer. (ages 10-14) MCC North Express, 2112 N. 30th St. (third floor) T285A MTWTH 6/8-6/11 1:00P-4:00P $159

NEW! You Go Girl Code Club

Girls Who Code is a nonprofit organization dedicated to closing the gender gap in technology. Tech jobs are among the fastest growing in the country, but less than a quarter of computing jobs are held by women. Girls Who Code aims to change that! You Go Girl has decided to get behind this effort by starting a local chapter of this national organization. If you are interested, sign up today. No prior experience is required. (skips 7/4; ages 11-14) MCC North Express, 2112 N. 30th St. (third floor) T291A SA 6/6-8/1 10:00A-12:00P FREE

P.A.C.E. ACT Test Prep

Metropolitan Community College and P.A.C.E. are partnering again this year to offer free ACT Prep classes. This class is designed to familiarize high school students with the test required for admission by many universities. Well prepared students are more likely to score higher on the ACT, which may increase their chances of receiving scholarships and enable them to have more options when selecting a college. Lunch will be provided followed by soccer training. (ages 14-18) MCC North Express, 2112 N. 30th St. (third floor) T051A TWTH 6/16-6/30 9:00A-12:00P FREE

NEW! *The Hip Hop Metro Master Camp  

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to engage in Hip Hop and its vast history as instructed by MMA competitor and community leader Houston Alexander. Students will learn graffiti art, b-boying/breakdancing, DJ’ing, rapping, fashion and beat boxing as well as unleashing their own creativity with these Hip-Hop elements. Live music daily and each student will receive a certificate of completion. (ages 12-18) MCC North Express, 2112 N. 30th St. (third floor) T292A MTWTHF 7/13-7/17 12:00P-04:00P $99


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Have questions? Check out our website at mccneb.edu/c4t.

This climatologist camp is designed for students who are passionate about the scientific study of climate. Students will take a macro look at the Earth’s climate from creation to the impacts on today’s environment. Study climate change and global warming, pollution and human activity, as well as analysis of the various climates around the world. Learning will incorporate Science On a Sphere from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. (ages 12-18) MCC North Express, 2112 N. 30th St. (third floor) T293A MTWTH 6/29-7/2 1:00P-4:00P $69

NEW! Science on a Sphere: Meteorologist Camp

This meteorologist camp is designed for students who enjoy learning about the weather and who would like to explore a career in meteorology. You will receive hands-on experience in reading weather charts and radar; understanding weather fronts, thunderstorms and hurricanes; and ultimately the actual process of making a trained weather forecast. Learning will incorporate Science On a Sphere from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. (ages 12-18) MCC North Express, 2112 N. 30th St. (third floor) T294A MTWTH 6/22-6/25 1:00P-4:00P $69

NEW! Science on a Sphere: The Future of Space

This camp will explore the future of space the last frontier and is designed for students who are curious about the universe or have an interest in the career of astronomy or space travel. Students will examine the solar system and universe, discover exoplanets outside of the galaxy, and even look at the future of space travel from propulsion crafts to warp drives and future implications for humans. Learning will incorporate Science On a Sphere from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. (ages 12-18) MCC North Express, 2112 N. 30th St. (third floor) T295A MTWTH 7/6-7/9 1:00P-4:00P $69

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sarpy center *Dissection Bootcamp

Grab some gloves and participate in this unforgettable hands-on class to uniquely explore the anatomy found in several different specimens. Learn to use the equipment properly and discover animal needs and identify organs. With step-by-step directions, dissect an earthworm, grass frog, starfish, grasshopper, crayfish, perch, pig, plus a surprise specimen. Take advantage of this great opportunity. All supplies included. (ages 12-15)

mcc south express NEW ONE DAY EXPERIENCE! Babysitters Training

Develop the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly provide care for children and infants. This training will help students develop leadership skills and discover how to start a babysitting business. Students will explore how to keep themselves, and others, safe and how to respond to behavior issues. Basic childcare and basic first aid training will also be covered. (ages 11-15) MCC South Express, 3002 S. 24th St. T079A SA 5/16 9:00A-2:00P $80

NEW! History of Graffiti

Explore the visual side of the freedom of speech through graffiti and street art. This class covers the history and differences of graffiti and street art through an engaging presentation and discussion. Our hands-on practices at the base of the culture include spray paint practice, cutting and spray painting a premade stencil design, and letter styles practice with graffiti marker tagging. This is an intro class; each student will make their own unique graffiti/street art takeaway piece. (ages 12-17) MCC South Express, 3002 S. 24th St. T081A MTWTHF 6/15-6/19 1:00P-3:00P $90

NEW! Minute to Win It Challenge

Compete head to head in a series of mini games, keeping in mind, you only have a Minute to Win It. Similar to the popular TV game show, you will become a contestant ready to complete a series of unique challenges using household items. Bring your competitive spirit and see who has what it takes to be the Minute to Win It Champion. (ages 12-15) MCC South Express, 3002 S. 24th St. T086B MTWTH 7/13-7/16 2:00P-4:00P $79

Sarpy Center, 9110 Giles Road, La Vista T231A MTWTHF 7/6-7/10 10:00A-12:00P $199

NEW ONE DAY EXPERIENCE! How Rock and Roll Changed the World

Learn about the bands and artists from the 60s to today who’ve changed the world through their music. Learn the history; hear the music. Go home with a vinyl record project to hang in your room and to always remember the power of music. (ages 11-15) Sarpy Center, 9110 Giles Road, La Vista T082A W 6/24 10:00A-12:00P $35

NEW ONE DAY EXPERIENCE! Light Painting

Making light trails, highlighting parts of your image, crazy spiral effects—all the fun secrets of light painting will be yours in this special one-day workshop. We will show you how to use every day light sources to make striking images, as this is a technique that doesn’t require a lot of equipment. If you have a tripod and a flashlight, you can light paint. (ages 12-16) Sarpy Center, 9110 Giles Road, La Vista T083A F 6/19 12:00P-5:00P $65

omaha’s henry doorly zoo NEW! *African Wildlife Camp

Take an adventure into Africa and emerge with a real understanding of this continent’s famous wildlife and the threats they face. Learn about techniques scientists use to study wildlife both at the Zoo and around the world and meet animal care staff who care for our African animals. (ages 12-15) Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium, 3701 S. 10th St. T296A MTWTH 6/22-6/25 9:00A-3:30P $199


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silver of oz *Silversmithing for Teens

Learn to create beautiful silver jewelry your friends will admire. During this one week morning camp, you will make a necklace and a ring with a stone. You’ll work with the jeweler’s saw, files and soldering torch. (ages 12-16) Silver of Oz, 2610 N Main St. Ste B, Elkhorn T053A MTWTHF 6/15-6/19 10:00A-12:00P $150 T053B MTWTHF 7/20-7/24 10:00A-12:00P $150

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Metropolitan Community College and P.A.C.E. are partnering again this year to offer free ACT Prep classes. This class is designed to familiarize high school students with the test required for admission by many universities. Early exposure to the key components of the ACT exam will help students develop confidence and strong test taking skills. Well prepared students are more likely to score higher on the ACT, which may increase their chances of receiving scholarships and enable them to have more options when selecting a college. Lunch will be provided followed by soccer training. (ages 14-18) South Omaha Campus, Mahoney Building 2909 Edward Babe Gomez Ave. T051B TWTH 6/16-6/30 9:00A-12:00P FREE

*Car Care Camp

Explore many different topics starting with shop safety and ending with career opportunities. Learn to install windshield wipers, tires and rims. Experience making easy repairs and learn to replace different parts such as light bulbs and even do fluid checks. Students must wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Supplies included. The instructor is Kevin James. (ages 15-17) South Omaha Campus, Mahoney Building 2909 Edward Babe Gomez Ave. T240A MTWTH 7/20-7/23 6:00P-9:00P $125


How to Register Visit mccneb.edu/c4k (kids), mccneb.edu/c4t (teens) or call 531-622-KIDS. Payment is due at time of registration. We encourage early registration. Camps fill up quickly. Waiver of Liability Form A waiver of liability form must be completed for each student and submitted before the start date of the camp/workshop in order for your student to attend any College for Kids or College for Teens program. MCC assumes no liability for accidents that occur while participating in College for Kids or College for Teens classes and provides no funds to cover medical costs. A link to the wavier of liability form will be sent to you in your registration confirmation email and will be available online at mccneb.edu/ceforms. Age policy College for Kids camps/workshops are for ages 3-11, unless otherwise noted. Ages are listed in each description. Children under 3 will not be admitted. All children must be potty-trained. College for Teens camps/workshops are for ages 12-17, unless otherwise noted. Ages are listed in each description. Refund policy Cancellations made by MCC are fully refunded. Full refunds will be issued to students who withdraw from camp/workshop at least one business day prior to the camp start date. Full refunds will be issued to students who withdraw from culinary camps at least seven business days prior to the camp start date. No credit will be issued for any camps/workshops dropped on or after the camp start date. To withdraw your registration, call 531-MCC-5231.

Photo release Metropolitan Community College reserves the right to take photos of summer camp/workshop participants for promotion. Your registration serves as permission for use of photos that may be taken. Allergies It is the parent/guardian’s responsibility to notify us of any allergies that a student may have. It is important for us to know this information before camp begins. Please note, courses held at the Institute for the Culinary Arts are held in commercial kitchens with allergens present, and while all efforts possible will be made to keep students out of direct contact with allergens, no room can be guaranteed as allergen-free. A link to the allergy form will be sent to you in your registration confirmation email and will be available online at mccneb.edu/ceforms. Accommodations If you are a person with a disability who requires an accommodation in order to participate in any program or activity, contact Disability Support Services at 531-MCC-3841 as soon as possible in advance of the program for consideration of your accommodation request. It is helpful to receive accommodation requests at least 10 days in advance of a program. With less advance notice, it may be difficult to meet needs of interested members. Learn more about MCC Disability Support Services at mccneb.edu/dss. Transportation Students and their parents or guardians are responsible for all transportation arrangements. Pick up and deliver your students at assigned locations.

Metropolitan Community College affirms a policy of equal education, employment opportunities and nondiscrimination in providing services to the public. To read our full policy statement, visit mccneb.edu/nondiscrimination.

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DODGE COUNTY

Fremont Area Center

WASHINGTON COUNTY Blair Public Library

• Deerfield Primary, 1100 Deerfield Blvd., Blair • Aldrich Elementary School, 506 N. 162nd Ave, Omaha • Anchor Pointe Elementary School, 17007 N. HWS Cleveland Blvd., Bennington • Aspen Creek Middle School, 18414 Summit Dr., Gretna • Hickory Hill Elementary, 1307 Rogers Dr., Papillion • Oakdale Elementary, 9081 W Center Road, Omaha • Bancroft Elementary, 2724 Riverview Blvd., Omaha

Applied Technology Center Fort Omaha Campus Silver of Oz

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MCC North Express MCC South Express

Elkhorn Valley Campus MCC at Do Space

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La Vista Community Center

Sarpy Center

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Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium South Omaha Campus


TEEN SUMMER CAMPS 2020

Registration begins Jan. 29, 2020 at 8 a.m. Go to mccneb.edu/c4t or register by phone at 531-MCC-5437. PAYMENT DUE AT TIME OF REGISTRATION.

Metropolitan Community College affirms a policy of equal education, employment opportunities and nondiscrimination in providing services to the public. To read our full policy statement, visit mccneb.edu/nondiscrimination.

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2020 College For Teens Summer Camps  

Metropolitan Community College offers College for Teens courses that bring fun and learning to various locations throughout the Omaha metrop...

2020 College For Teens Summer Camps  

Metropolitan Community College offers College for Teens courses that bring fun and learning to various locations throughout the Omaha metrop...

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