To learn more about topics from robotics to fashion, students entering grades four through eight can attend Colorado State University this summer through the College of Applied Human Sciences’ Kids in College program beginning June 14.
The Kids in College program gives children the opportunity to learn more about science, art and technology, all while having fun. The program provides children with enrichment, exploration skills and processes to enhance learning and content knowledge in the areas of science, math, art and technology.
For students entering fourth, fifth, and sixth grades, sessions are from 8:30-11:30 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. daily the weeks of June 21-25 and July 12-16. For students entering seventh and eighth grades, sessions are from 8:30-11:30 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. daily the week of June 14-18.
Programs for students entering grades four, five and six include sessions such as Robotics, Digital Photography, Drawing in Perspective, Making Multimedia and Advanced Making Multimedia, Musical Theater, Viz-ware Techno Drawing, Funky CAD Design, Windows to the World, Web Design and others.
Sessions for students entering grades seven and eight include Making Multimedia, Advanced Making Multimedia, Musical Theater, Viz-ware Techno Drawing, Funky CAD Design, Robotics, and Spreadsheets and Graphics How To.
Kids in College began seven years ago when Nancy Hartley, dean of the College of Applied Human Sciences at Colorado State, started the program to give children more diverse opportunities that might not be available in grade school.
Registration is now open for Colorado State’s Kids in College program. Space is available on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information about Kids in College, contact Barbara Wallner at (970) 491-6332 or visit the KIC Web site at www.cahs.colostate.edu/kic for a complete list of class descriptions and available times.