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The Crowder College Technical Education Center (CTEC) is offering a career exploration camp as a summer option for students attending one of the area schools.

Students, grades sixth through eighth, attending Diamond, East Newton, McDonald County, Neosho and Seneca are on the Neosho campus for summer school. The students will be able to choose from the following programs: automotive, alternative energy, construction, computer, criminal justice, and health sciences.

Each week the students will explore one of their selected programs with hands-on and classroom teaching. Math and language arts will be included in the classroom teaching to assist with summer school needs.

"Students are deciding career paths at an earlier age, so we thought this would provide younger ones an opportunity to see a variety of choices," stated David Webber, director of career and technical education.

The area sending schools will bus students to Crowder and back to their respective school district locations during summer-school hours to make this opportunity available.

For more information, contact Cindy Brown at Crowder College by calling 417-455-5540.

General News on 06/14/2018

Print Headline: Crowder Offers Technical School Camp

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