Junior Bison Summer Camps 2022


ALLIED HEALTH CAREER EXPLORATION

This camp will introduce campers to various career fields in allied health. Participants will engage in hands-on activities to learn more about nursing, dental, medical assisting, medical laboratory technology, emergency medical, and pharmacy technology careers. The week will end with Basic First Aid and CPR training. Those who complete the class will earn their CPR-Heartsaver card. 

MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS – RISING 6TH-8TH GRADES
JUNE 20-23 9 a.m.-12 p.m. | Monday-Thursday
Spruce Building Main Entrance | Cost: $60

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS – RISING 9TH-12TH GRADES
JUNE 20-23 1 p.m.-4 p.m. | Monday-Thursday
Spruce Building Main Entrance | Cost: $60

Registration Form


AUTOMOTIVE DETAILING

This course covers the methods and procedures used in automotive detailing facilities. Topics include safety, engine, interior and trunk compartment detailing, buffing/polishing exterior surfaces, and cleaning and reconditioning exterior trim, fabrics, and surfaces. Upon completion, campers should be able to improve the overall appearance of a vehicle. 

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS – RISING 9TH-12TH GRADES
JUNE 20-23 9 a.m.-12 p.m. | Monday-Thursday
Ash Building, Room 150 | Cost: $80

Registration Form


BUSINESS CAREER EXPLORATION

In this camp, the campers will learn how money works and what it takes to work in business. The campers will also get hands-on experience with a chance to create their own business and even design a logo.

MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS – RISING 6TH-8TH GRADES
JUNE 27-30 9 a.m.-12 p.m. | Monday-Thursday
Spruce Building, Room 142 | Cost: $60

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS – RISING 9TH-12TH GRADES
JUNE 27-30 1 p.m.-4 p.m. | Monday-Thursday
Spruce Building, Room 142 | Cost: $60

Registration Form


LET’S GO LEADERSHIP

In this camp, the campers will learn leadership skills through creative LEGO® activities. They will get experience working in teams and leading business projects using LEGO® bricks. The campers will learn what style of leadership they have and how their leadership style works in teams.

MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS – RISING 6TH-8TH GRADES
JUNE 20-23 9 a.m.-12 p.m. | Monday-Thursday
Spruce Building, Room 142 | Cost: $60

Registration Form


ANIMAL SCIENCE CAREER EXPLORATION

This camp will introduce 8th graders to animal science and veterinary medicine careers. Campers will gain experience through hands-on labs, workshops, team-building, animal anatomy, food safety, chicken embryology, and animal care.

MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS – 8TH GRADERS ONLY
JUNE 27-30 1 p.m.-4 p.m. | Monday-Thursday
Magnolia Building, Room 219 | Cost: $60

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VIDEO GAME ACADEMY

This academy introduces the various aspects of simulation and game development. Students will have fun and gain valuable hands-on experience designing and producing game artifacts. Academy students will engage in 3D modeling, creating video games, programming, and participating in a game tournament. There will be first and second place winners who will receive a medal.

MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS – RISING 6TH-8TH GRADES
JUNE 20-23 1 p.m.-4 p.m. | Monday-Thursday
Spruce Building, Room 202 | Cost: $80

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS – RISING 9TH-12TH GRADES
JUNE 20-23 9 a.m.-12 p.m. | Monday-Thursday
Spruce Building, Room 202 | Cost: $80

Registration Form


How to sign up for summer camps

All students who wish to attend should download the student registration form and complete the Steps to Register below.

  1. Download the Continuing Education Registration Form and complete all items on the form. The registration form can also be picked up on the WCC campus in the Walnut building.
  2. Be sure to sign and date the form
  3. Print your registration form and submit to WCC. You can send in the form by mail (address is below); you can fax/email/scan your signed form to WCC’s Continuing Education Department; and you can drop-off your signed form along with your course fee (we accept Cash or Credit Card). The camp fee is due at time of registration.

Mail completed Registration Form to:
Wayne Community College Continuing Education
ATTN: Registrar
P.O. Box 8002
Goldsboro, NC 27533-8002

Drop-off completed Registration Form / Course Fees to: Walnut Building (East Entrance), Continuing Education receptionist

Fax completed Registration Form to (919) 739-7133 or email to: wcc-faxce@waynecc.edu

For Credit Cards: After we receive your Registration Form, we will contact you for your Credit Card information.

NOTE: We strongly suggest you leave off your Social Security number when you fax or email your registration. You can call our office with your Social Security Number for security purposes.


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