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When Summer Camp Is About Becoming A Coder

Do your kids have an interest in technology, building robots, coding, creating video games, building websites, photography, digital video, or making amazing Minecraft worlds? Our 3D Games Branch will expose kids to the basics of programming in 3D with platforms like PlayCanvas or Unity , using either Javascript or C#. We might also touch upon 3D object rendering (and potentially 3D printing) using programs like Blender Our 3D Games Branch, while appealing and engaging for all levels, is for advanced students only.
An Associates Degree from an accredited college or university in early childhood education, child development, special education, elementary education or the human services field and two years of experience working in a School-Age Child Care Program.

Responsibilities for this position will include supervision and training of staff, supervision of school-age children, interaction with families, curriculum planning and development, maintenance of licensing standards, supervision and implementation of a summer camp programs, and other administrative duties including accounting and record keeping.
In addition to our 2019 Connecticut Summer Technology Camps Directory we have also created quite a few SPECIAL INTEREST CAMP DIRECTORIES, and have included brief descriptions of these and links to their dedicated websites on the 2019 CAMP GUIDE page.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: If you like Minecraft, you're absolutely going to love Summer of Minecraft - an online summer camp program starting June 27 where kids 9-14 will learn Beginning and Intermediate Coding, Game Design, and Engineering in Minecraft in a safe, multiplayer environment.
But those investments are dwarfed by the $50 million the state Legislature approved in 2018 for programs that will train workers in the technology skills needed by the major defense contractors and manufacturers, and the more than 4,000 small suppliers that call Connecticut home.
YEAR-ROUND PROGRAMS: Our mission is to introduce, capture, and retain the interest of young people, K-12, in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) and Design-related fields by providing practical, hands-on, real-world projects and the opportunity for students to create, design, develop, implement and test their own ideas.

Assistants and Substitutes will assist in providing homework help and engaging children in the program's fun, interactive S.T.A.R. (science, technology, art and recreation) enrichment and Learn to code West Hartford literacy curriculum activities. Finally, learning camps are a way to combat the dreaded summer slide” or that thing where your kid gets dumber during the months they're not in school.
Now hiring for summer staff: lifeguards, maintenance, kitchen, ropes course, arts & crafts and other activities. Our program is aligned with educational standards and designed to meet the needs of primary and intermediate students. Kaitlyn McGrath, a meteorologist from NBC Connecticut came to visit students today at Renbrook School in West Hartford.

Academy Introduction to Mission (AIM): AIM is designed for students entering their senior year of high school and consists of seven action-packed days from reveille at 0600 to taps at 2200 where students live the life of a Coast Guard Academy cadet. While summer makes many think of popsicles, parks, and festivals we KNOW as moms that it can also be a frustrating time where you are struggling to piece childcare together week by week and month by month.

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