Extension Camps for Ages 4 to 18 - REGISTER ONLINE: Cabrillo College

 
Extension Camps for Ages 4 to 18 - REGISTER ONLINE: Cabrillo College
Extension
                  SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAM · 2020
                           Camps for Ages 4 to 18

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                                        CREATIVE CULINARY                                                                CREATIVE ARTS
                     CLASS                         AGES         DATES       PAGE                        CLASS                       AGES              DATES          PAGE
Doughlicious!                                     12-15        6/8 - 6/12     6    Kuumbwa Jazz Camp                               13-18            6/15 - 6/19       30
Budding Chef                                      9-12        6/15 - 6/19     5    Arts Adventures - Ocean and Water                4-6             6/15 - 6/19       23
Creative Cooking                                  11-14       6/22 - 6/26     7    Creative Visual Design                          14-17            6/15 - 6/19       28
Kids Can Make Dinner!                             9-12        6/22 - 6/26     4    Digital Photography I                           12-15            6/15 - 6/19       28
Budding Chef                                      9-12        6/29 - 7/3      5    Mixed Media Layered Painting                    10-14            6/15 - 6/19       24
Roll It, Wrap It, Stuff It                        9-12        6/29 - 7/3      4    Build Your Own Board Game                        6-8             6/15 - 6/19       27
Creative Cooking - Advanced                       12-16        7/6 - 7/10     7    Digital Photography II                          12-15            6/22 - 6/26       28
Chocolate Creations                               9-12        7/6 - 7/10      4    Sculptastic - 3D Character Creation              6-8             6/22 - 6/26       25
Budding Chef                                      9-12        7/13 - 7/17     5    Small Metal Jewelry                         10-12 & 15-17        6/22 - 6/26       24
Doughlicious!                                     12-15       7/13 - 7/17     6    Science + Art = Nature Journals!                10-14             6/29 - 7/3       25
Creative Cooking                                  11-14       7/20 - 7/24     7    Intro to Samurai Chess                           6-8              6/29 - 7/3       26
Advanced Doughlicious                             12-17       7/20 - 7/24     6    Beginning Samurai Chess                         8-12             7/6 - 7/10        26
Making, Baking, Cake!                             9-12        7/27 - 7/31     4    Mix It Up - Mixed Media Camp                     6-8              7/6 - 7/10       23
Foodie Field Trips                                12-15       7/27 - 7/31     6    Build Your Own Board Game                        6-8              7/6 - 7/10       27
Budding Chef                                      9-12         8/3 - 8/7      5    Film Makers Bootcamp                            13-17             7/6 - 7/10       29
Advanced Doughlicious                             12-17        8/3 - 8/7      6    Small Metal Jewelry                             13-15             7/6 - 7/10       24
                              LEADERSHIP & ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT                     Little Naturalists                           6-8 & 9-12          7/13 - 7/17       25
                                                                                   Intro to Dungeons & Dragons                     9-12             7/13 - 7/17       27
                     CLASS                         AGES         DATES       PAGE   Intro to Guitar                                 11-17            7/13 - 7/17       31
Ready, Set, Read! Grades 3 and 4                  8-10        6/22 - 6/26     8    Intermediate Samurai Chess                      12-16            7/20 - 7/24       26
Ready, Set, Read! Grades 1 and 2                   6-8         6/29 - 7/3     8    Build Your Own Board Game                       9-12             7/20 - 7/24       27
Leadership Academy                                12-16        7/6 - 7/17     9    Arts Adventures - Forest and Nature              4-6             7/20 - 7/24       23
SAT Test Preparation                              14-18       7/29 - 7/31     9    Intermediate Guitar                             11-17            7/20 - 7/24       31
SAT Test Preparation                              14-18        8/5 - 8/7      9    Sewing, Making & Creating                       13-16            7/20 - 7/24       31
Accelerated Learning Tech                         12-15        8/6 & 8/7      8    Beginning Samurai Chess                         8-12             7/27 - 7/31       26
                                     COMPUTERS & TECHNOLOGY                        Sculptastic - 3D Character Creation              6-8             7/27 - 7/31       25
                     CLASS                         AGES        DATES        PAGE   Voice Camp                                      7-18              8/3 - 8/7        30
Rocket Kart Racers                                 9-12       6/8 - 6/12     10                                          SPORTS & PLAY
Game Labs: 2D Video Game                           9-12       6/15 - 6/19    10                        CLASS                        AGES              DATES          PAGE
Game Labs: 3D Video Game                          13-15       6/15 - 6/19    11    Water Polo                                      10-14             6/8 - 6/12       35
Code Explorers                                      6-8       6/22 - 6/26    10    Seahawk Football                                 8-14             6/8 - 6/12       32
Virtual Reality: The Future is Now             9-12 & 13-15   6/22 - 6/26    11    Baseball                                         7-14             6/8 - 6/12       32
Augmented Reality                              9-12 & 13-15   6/29 - 7/3     11    Baseball                                         7-14            6/15 - 6/19       32
JavaScript Developers Jam                      9-12 & 13-15   7/6 - 7/10     12    Soccer                                        4-6 & 7-14         6/15 - 6/19       32
Python Programmers                             9-12 & 13-15   7/13 - 7/17    12    Basketball - Shooting Camp                       7-17            6/15 - 6/19       33
Video Game Animation                               9-12       7/20 - 7/24    13    Volleyball - Kids All Skills Camp                7-11            6/15 - 6/19       34
Make Your Own Movies!                              9-12       7/20 - 7/24    13    Advanced Swimming Skills                        13-18            6/15 - 6/18       37
Inventor’s League                                  9-12       7/20 - 7/24    12    Tennis Camp                                     12-17            6/16 - 6/19       37
Minecraft Redstone Engineering                     9-12       7/27 - 7/31    13    Softball                                        10-17            6/22 - 6/26       35
Make Your Own Movies!                          9-12 & 13-15   7/27 - 7/31    13    Soccer                                        4-6 & 7-14         6/22 - 6/26       32
                                      SCIENCE & ENGINEERING                        Basketball - Skills Camp                         7-17            6/22 - 6/26       33
                     CLASS                         AGES         DATES       PAGE   All Sports Camp                                  8-14            6/22 - 6/26       35
                                                                                   Tennis Camp                                      5-11            6/23 - 6/26       37
Little Palentologists                               6-8       6/15 - 6/19    14    Soccer                                        4-6 & 7-14         6/29 - 7/3        32
Little Engineers                                    6-8       6/15 - 6/19    14    Mini Mermaid Running & Coaches Camp          7-12 & 13-17        6/29 - 7/3        36
Oceans and Robotics ROV Camp                       9-12       6/15 - 6/19    21    Young Triton Running & Coaches Camp          7-12 & 13-17        6/29 - 7/3        36
Little Chemists                                     6-8       6/15 - 6/19    14    Basketball - Shooting Camp                       7-17             6/29 - 7/3       33
Constructor Creators                               9-12       6/15 - 6/19    18    Volleyball - Junior High                        11-13             6/29 - 7/2       34
Pokemon Engineering                                 6-8       6/22 - 6/26    15    Baseball                                         7-14             7/6 - 7/10       32
Science Explorers: Oceans and Water                 4-6       6/22 - 6/26    22    Soccer                                        4-6 & 7-14         7/6 - 7/10        32
Oceans and Robotics ROV Camp                       9-12       6/22 - 6/26    21    Basketball - Skills Camp                         7-17             7/6 - 7/10       33
Pokemon Master Engineering                         9-12       6/22 - 6/26    20    All Sports Camp                                  8-14            7/13 - 7/17       35
Little Detectives                                   6-8       6/22 - 6/26    17    Soccer                                        4-6 & 7-14         7/20 - 7/24       32
It’s Electric!                                      6-8       6/22 - 6/26    16    Baseball                                         7-14            7/20 - 7/24       32
Adventures in Archeology                           9-12       6/22 - 6/26    18    Basketball - Shooting Camp                       7-17            7/20 - 7/24       33
Superhero Engineering                               6-8        6/29 - 7/3    15    Volleyball: Passer/Defense Camp                 13-18            7/20 - 7/24       34
Junkyard Challenge                                 9-12       6/29 - 7/3     20    Aerial Arts and Circus Camp                      9-12            7/20 - 7/24       37
Little Chemists                                     6-8        6/29 - 7/3    14    Soccer                                        4-6 & 7-14         7/27 - 7/31       32
Robotics using LEGO WeDo                            6-8        7/6 - 7/10    15    Mini Mermaid Running & Coaches Camp          7-12 & 13-17        7/27 - 7/31       36
Robotics using LEGO EV3                            9-12       7/6 - 7/10     20    Young Triton Running & Coaches Camp          7-12 & 13-17        7/27 - 7/31       36
Gross-ology: Ooey Gooey You                     6-8 & 9-12    7/6 - 7/10     16    Baseball                                         7-14            7/27 - 7/31       32
Little Medical School                           6-8 & 9-12    7/13 - 7/17    19    Basketball - Skills Camp                         7-17            7/27 - 7/31       33
Rock Stars                                         9-12       7/13 - 7/17    18    Volleyball: Hitters & Setters Camp              13-18            7/27 - 7/31       34
It’s Electric!                                      6-8       7/13 - 7/17    16    Aerial Arts and Circus Camp                      9-12            7/27 - 7/31       37
Little Archeologists                                6-8       7/13 - 7/17    17    Basketball - Shooting Camp                       7-17             8/3 - 8/7        33
Jedi Starship Engineering                           6-8       7/20 - 7/24    15    Volleyball: Advanced Skills Camp                13-18             8/3 - 8/7        34
Little Veterinary School                        6-8 & 9-12    7/20 - 7/24    19    Basketball - Skills Camp                         7-17            8/10 - 8/14       33
Oceans and Robotics ROV Camp                      12-15       7/20 - 7/24    21
Harry Potter Magical Engineering                   9-12       7/20 - 7/24    20
Little Detectives                                   6-8       7/20 - 7/24    17
Fun with Flight                                     6-8       7/20 - 7/24    16
Baskin Girls in Engineering                       11-13       7/27 - 7/31    22       Campus Map, Parking & Registration information: see pages 38, 39, and back inside cover
Science Explorers: Forests and Nature               4-6       7/27 - 7/31    22                              Scholarship information: see page 38
Little Astronomers                                  6-8       7/27 - 7/31    17
Who Dunnit? Crime Scene Investigators              9-12       7/27 - 7/31    18
Little Engineers                                    6-8       7/27 - 7/31    14
Baskin Girls in Engineering                       11-13        8/3 - 8/7     22
Extension Camps for Ages 4 to 18 - REGISTER ONLINE: Cabrillo College
WELCOME to the                                                                                                           SIMPLE BLOCK SCHEDULING (ages 6-8 & 9-12)
           CABRILLO SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAM!                                                                              Block Scheduling offers one simple plan to fill a full week with camp activities! Your camper’s day
                                                                                                                       begins at 9:00 am and concludes at 4:00 pm. But, just like an a la carte menu, you have choices! You
                                                                                                                       select the combination of activities that fits your camper’s interests, and then create your own perfect
                                                                                                                       schedule. Check out all the options in the list below, and look for the “clock” icons that indicate morn-
                                                                                                                       ing and afternoon camps that will work with Block Scheduling.
                                                                                                                       Block scheduling is available for campers 6-8 years old and 9-12 years old. Please note that all camps
                                                                                                                       are first come, first served, and camps fill fast!
                                                                                                                             9:00 am – 12:00 noon                          12:00 noon – 1:00 pm                        1:00 – 4:00 pm
                                                                                                                               MORNING CAMP                                   LUNCH BREAK                           AFTERNOON CAMP
                                                                                                                                Cost: based on                                   Cost: $25*                           Cost: based on
                                                                                                                                 chosen camp                              *FREE (see details pg. 2)                    chosen camp

                                                                                                                          CAMP OPTIONS FOR AGES 6-8                                      CAMP OPTIONS FOR AGES 9-12
     Another AMAZING summer with over 50 new and exciting camps!
      Our camps provide a safe, fun, and engaging environment for children to explore and grow.
            We offer diverse, high-quality content for developing young brains and bodies.
            Join us for just a few days, or all summer long! Check out our opportunities in:                                 MORNINGS			AFTERNOONS                                           MORNINGS			AFTERNOONS
                                                                                                                       JUNE 15–19               Page                          Page     JUNE 15–19          Page                         Page
                   Sports & Play • Science & Engineering • Creative Culinary
                                                                                                                       Little Engineers           14   Little Chemists           14    Budding Chef           7   Budding Chef           7
                      Computers & Technology • Creative Arts & Design
                                                                                                                       Little Paleontologists     14   Build a Board Game        27    Oceans & Robotics     21   Engineering Challenge 18
                                 Leadership & Personal Success                                                         Basketball                 33   Volleyball (7&8)          34    2D Video Games        1-   Volleyball (9-11)     34
                                                                                                                       Soccer                     32                                   Basketball            33   Mixed Media Painting 24
                                                                                                                                                                                       Soccer                32
    LUNCH BREAK
                                                                                                                       JUNE 22–26               Page                          Page     JUNE 22–26          Page                         Page
    Monday through Friday
                                                                                                                       Code Explorers      10 Little Detectives 17                     Oceans & Robotics     21   Kids Can Make Dinner! 6
    and open to campers ages 6 to 12                                                                                   Pokemon Engineering 15 It’s Electric     16                     Archeology Adventures 18   All Sports Camp      35
     Campers have the chance to eat the healthy food their parents packed                                              Basketball          33 Sculptastic!      25                     Reading Camp (9&10) 8      Pokemon Engineering 20
     (yum!), play a board game, read their favorite book, make new friends,                                            Soccer              32                                          Basketball            33   Virtual Reality!     11
     and play outside in a safe, supervised environment. Extension Camp Staff                                          		                                                              Soccer                32
     will escort campers to and from their camps. Please note that there
                                                                                                                       JUNE 29–JULY 3           Page                          Page     JUNE 29–JULY 3      Page                         Page
     will be no video games or use of hand-held electronic devices, including
     cell phones, during camps.                                                                                         Superhero Engineering 15 Little Chemists                 14    Budding Chef           7   Junkyard Challenge 20
                                                                                                                        Basketball            33 Reading Camp                     8    Nature Journals       25   Augmented Reality          11
                                                                                                                        Soccer                32 Intro to Chess                  26    Basketball            33   Roll It, Wrap It, Stuff It 6
    Lunch Break (Ages 6-12)
                                                                                                                        Mini Mermaid          36		                                     Soccer                32
                  If you just need one extra hour of care from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm, either after a                      Young Triton          36                                       Mini Mermaid          36
                  morning camp, or before an afternoon camp, the fee is just $25 for one week of                        		                                                             Young Triton          36
                  Lunch Break Camp. You can register online, or over the phone.
                  NOTE: Students need to bring their own lunch and a drink.                                             JULY 6–10               Page                          Page     JULY 6–10           Page                         Page
                  Mon. - Fri., 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm                                                                     WeDo Robotics             15   Gross-ology!              16    Gross-ology!          16   Beginning Chess           26
                  Room: 1520                                                                                            Mixed Media               23   Build a Board Game        27    JavaScript Jam        12   Chocolate Creations        6
                  Fee: $25 per week*                                                                                    Basketball                33                                   Basketball            33   EV3 Robotics              20
                                                                                                                        Soccer                    32                                   Soccer                32
    *Lunch Break is FREE IF.... your child is registered for a morning camp that ends at noon, and an
    afternoon camp that begins at 1:00 pm, both during the same week. Give the Extension office a                       JULY 13–17              Page                          Page     JULY 13–17          Page                         Page
    call, and we’ll get you registered at no charge.                                                                    Little Medical School     19   It’s Electric!            16    Budding Chef        7      Dungeons & Dragons 27
     In order to ensure camper safety, online registration for Lunch Break ends on the Wednesday prior to the           Little Naturalists        25   Little Archaelogists      17    Rock Stars         18      Little Medical School 19
     start date. If you want to register on the Thursday or Friday immediately preceding the start date, please call                                                                   Python Programmers 12      Little Naturalists      25
     our office at 831-479-6331, and we’d be happy to get you registered over the phone.                                                                                               		                         Intro to Guitar (11&12) 31

                                                                                                                        JULY 20–24              Page                          Page     JULY 20–24          Page                         Page
                                                                                                                        Jedi Engineering          15 Little Detectives           17    Video Game Animation 13    Harry Potter Engnring     20
                                                SCHOLARSHIPS                                                            Little Veterinary         19 Fun with Flight             16    Make Your Own Movies 13    Inventors League          12
                                                                                                                        Basketball                33		                                 Basketball           33    Build a Board Game        27
    Cabrillo Extension is happy to offer a limited number of scholarships for our youth program.
                                                                                                                        Soccer                    32                                   Soccer               32    Little Veterinary         19
    Scholarships provide students and families the opportunity to enjoy our camps and classes at
    reduced registration fees. See page 38 for more information.                                                        JULY 27–31              Page                          Page     JULY 27–31          Page                         Page
                                                                                                                        Little Astronomers        17   Little Engineers          14    Make Your Own Movies 13    Crime Scene Investigtrs18
                     Member of the American Camp Association!                                                           Basketball                33   Sculptastic!              25    Making, Baking, Cake! 6    Beginning Chess        26
                                                                                                                        Soccer                    32                                   Basketball            33   Minecraft Engineering 13
                     Cabrillo Extension is proud to be a member of the American Camp Association!                       Mini Mermaid              36                                   Soccer                32
                     Membership in ACA provides us with many outstanding resources for our staff and                    Young Triton              36                                   Mini Mermaid          36
                     campers. The standards of the American Camp Association inform our policies,                                                                                      Young Triton          36
                     procedures, and practices. For more information on ACA, see www.acacamps.org.                       For camp descriptions and prices, please see relevant pages listed above, or our website at: www.cabrillo.edu/youth
2   Cabrillo College Extension                                                                                                                          To register, visit us online at www.cabrillo.edu/youth or call (831) 479-6331             3
Extension Camps for Ages 4 to 18 - REGISTER ONLINE: Cabrillo College
CREATIVE CULINARY                                                                                                  CREATIVE CULINARY

Kids Can Make Dinner!                                     Chocolate Creations Camp
(ages 9-12)                                               (ages 9-12)                                                 Budding Chef Cooking Camp
Campers learn to appreciate the love that goes            Campers discover a world beyond brownies and                (ages 9-12)
into making food from scratch as they                     chocolate chip cookies as we learn to prepare               Gain skills to use simple ingredients to make delicious
prepare meals from fresh ingredients. They                sweet and savory chocolate dishes. Our menu                 meals for yourself, your friends and your family. This camp
become empowered to make decisions, execute               will include fondue, dipped strawberries, but-              will borrow from the classic French kitchen brigade system
them, and understand the benefit of community             tercream, mousse, ice cream, slow cooker mole               in order to simplify workflow and make kitchen directives
that eating with others intrinsically brings—             wings, and barbeque sauce—yum! We’ll begin                  concise and understandable. In addition to learning kitchen
hopefully for life!                                       with an overview and tasting of different kinds of          safety, food hygiene, cooking techniques, and kitchen eti-
During the week, campers will learn to prepare            chocolate, and cover the history and the produc-            quette, we will be creating an environment that emphasizes
chipotle portobello tacos, summer vegetable               tion of chocolate in its various forms. We’ll learn         inclusive, mutual respect, and teamwork as we work in
paella, glazed balsamic-orange chicken, meatloaf          the best uses for each type, and the tips and tricks        small groups to prepare and cook meals.
and veggie loaf with bbq glaze, Greek turkey              to avoid pitfalls when working with chocolate.              During the week we will make grilled chicken with chimi-
burgers with raita in pita and delicious sides and        This is a week of being really messy, and really            churri, mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, root veggies
desserts too! Vegetarian options for each recipe          chocolatey, while learning recipes, techniques,             al dente, broccoli cheddar quiche, lemon bars, chocolate
will be available. At the end of the week, each           and inspiration to go beyond the brownie!                   brownies, homemade pasta with creamy roast tomato
camper will have the skills to plan, prepare,                        Mon. - Fri., July 6-10                           sauce, garlic bread, sauteed veggies with rice, lemon-ricotta
present and serve a delicious meal for the whole                     1:00 - 4:00 pm                                   pancakes, and the list goes on! We invite parents, grandparents, siblings and friends to come and
family—and then enjoy it!                                            Room: 908                                        join us on the last day of camp for a wonderful feast created entirely by your Budding Chefs.
           Mon. - Fri., June 22-26                        Register before May 28: $225                                Budding Chefs are required to wear comfortable, closed-toe shoes, long pants, short sleeve shirts,
                                                          Register after May 28: $240                                 and bring clean to-go containers roughly 4”–8” with a sealed lid, as there will be lots of leftovers to
           1:00 - 4:00 pm
                                                          Plus a $45 material fee paid at registration                take home each day - yum! Budding Chefs will take home a cookbook with information about kitchen
           Room: 908
                                                                                                                      safety, preparation techniques, and the recipes from the week, so they can keep cooking at home!
Register before May 28: $225
Register after May 28: $240                               Making, Baking, Cake! (ages 9-12)                           Register Early! Each camp is limited to 16 students.
Plus a $45 material fee paid at registration              Everyone loves cake! No matter your favorite
                                                          - pancakes, shortcake, upside down cake, cup-
Roll It, Wrap It, Stuff It                                cakes, molten lava cake, angel food cake, or bundt                  FIVE SESSIONS TO CHOOSE FROM:
                                                          cake - you can become the best baker in your
(ages 9-12)                                                                                                                               Session 1:
                                                          brood! Chef Mima literally grew up in a French
Snacks are known by many names: antipasti,                                                                                                Mon. – Fri., June 15–19
                                                          bakery and she will guide campers through a
hors d’oeuvres, appetizers, and dim sum. What                                                                                             9:00 am – 12:00 noon
                                                          delicious week of decorating, whipping, folding,
kid doesn’t like snacks? They’re great for parties,       and sifting. Campers will learn to understand
picnics, barbeques, school lunches, and meals             terms, read baking recipes, how leavening works,
with the whole family! Students learn how to              why we mix dry ingredients separately, and other                                Session 2:
make dips, breakfast bites, delectable morsels,                                                                                           Mon. – Fri., June 15–19
                                                          cake baking basics. At the end of the week we will
and delicious finger foods that are kid friendly.                                                                                         1:00 – 4:00 pm
                                                          compare our cakes—the good, the bad, and the
With recipes, tips, and tricks, young campers will        ugly—and discuss outcomes and reasons behind
soon be eagerly preparing their own snacks and            them. Campers will take home a sampling of
meals! Menu items for the week will include cros-         confections each day.                                                           Session 3:
tini, scones, hummus, guacamole, sliders, pizza                                                                                           Mon. – Fri., June 29–July 3
poppers, pigs in a blanket, cucumber barquettes,                     Mon. - Fri., July 27-31                                              9:00 am – 12:00 noon
baked zucchini bites, fruit smoothies, filled won-                   9:00 am - 12:00 noon
                                                                                                                                                                             ALL CAMPS ARE LOCATED IN ROOM: 908
ton cups, peach-pumpkin squares, finger sand-                        Room: 908
                                                          Register before May 28: $225                                                                                       Register before May 28: $235
wiches, and even granola clusters—oh my!                                                                                                  Session 4:
                                                          Register after May 28: $240                                                                                        Register after May 28: $250
                                                                                                                                          Mon. – Fri., July 13-17
           Mon. - Fri., June 29 - July 3                  Plus a $45 material fee paid at registration                                                                       Plus a $45 material fee paid at registration
                                                                                                                                          9:00 am – 12:00 noon
           1:00 - 4:00 pm                                 Annemarie “Mima” Lecocq, BA, is a Cabrillo Culinary                                                                Sean Adams has a lifelong passion for food,
           Room: 908                                      Arts faculty member. Her lifelong love of cooking and                                                              community and local produce. He is currently the teen
Register before May 28: $225                              baking began when she received her first cookbook at age                                                           instructor at Teen Kitchen Project, inspiring the next
Register after May 28: $240                               nine. She has taught French, worked in special education,                       Session 5:
                                                                                                                                                                             generation of chefs and foodies.
Plus a $60 material fee paid at registration              and owned her own take out and catering business.                               Mon. – Fri., August 3-7
                                                                                                                                          9:00 am – 12:00 noon

    Students will learn kitchen safety, food hygiene, cooking techniques, and etiquette. We create an
    inclusive environment that emphasizes mutual respect, patience, and teamwork. We begin each
    day discussing ingredients and the techniques being covered that day, followed by plenty of dem-
    onstrations, and finally into the kitchen!
    Campers are required to wear comfortable, closed-toed shoes, long pants, short sleeve shirts, and bring
    clean to-go containers roughly 4”–8” with a sealed lid, as there will be leftovers to take home each day!
    Campers will take home a cookbook with information about food and kitchen safety, food preparation
    techniques, and the recipes from the week, so they can keep cooking at home!

4    Cabrillo College Extension                                                                                                                   To register, visit us online at www.cabrillo.edu/youth or call (831) 479-6331       5
Extension Camps for Ages 4 to 18 - REGISTER ONLINE: Cabrillo College
CREATIVE CULINARY                                                                                                  CREATIVE CULINARY

Doughlicious Baking Camp                                    Advanced Doughlicious                                                                               Creative Cooking (ages 11-14)
(ages 12-15)                                                Baking Camp (ages 12-17)                                                                            This camp will borrow from the classic French kitchen bri-
If you love to bake then come spend a week mak-             Designed for kids who love to spend time baking                                                     gade system in order to simplify workflow and make kitchen
ing sweet and savory treats with Chef Anne in               and creating in the kitchen, this camp offers                                                       directives concise and understandable. In addition to learn-
Cabrillo’s Culinary Arts Kitchen and Bake Shop.             them the chance to learn and practice special                                                       ing kitchen safety, food hygiene, cooking techniques and
Immerse yourself in the wonderful world of                  techniques in Cabrillo’s Culinary Arts Kitchen                                                      kitchen etiquette, we will be creating an environment that
baking as you learn to make biscuits, muffins,              and Bake Shop. We will make fresh fruit tarts,                                                      emphasizes inclusive, mutual respect, and teamwork as we
strawberry jam, plum crisp, cookies, ice cream,             key lime pies, French baguettes, croissants, and                                                    work in small groups to prepare and cook meals.This struc-
and sweet and savory French pies. Each day we               Italian Focaccia bread. Campers will create deli-                                                   ture helps everyone know what station they are working in,
will focus on mastering a skill, and learn to bake          cious baked goods to enjoy during camp, and              how to set it up, and includes a list of responsibilities that go along with their particular station.
delicious goodies to take home to your friends              to take home to family and friends, as they learn        We will prepare handmade ravioli and sauces, fried rice with veggies, chicken and veggie
and families. Campers work on teamwork, prob-               teamwork, problem solving, time management,              pot pie, vegetable frittata, taco party with all the fixings, chocolate mousse with cinnamon whipped
lem solving, time management, kitchen and food              kitchen and food safety, while developing their          cream, strawberry turnovers, lemon custard, and so much more! We invite parents, grandparents,
safety, and develop their culinary skills. Careers in       culinary skills. Careers in the baking and pastry        siblings and friends to come and join us on the last day of camp for a wonderful feast created entirely
the baking and pastry arts are also discussed.              arts are also discussed.                                 by the Young Chefs.
Please wear long pants, closed-toe shoes, an apron          Students do not need to have completed Doughli-          Young Chefs are required to wear comfortable, closed-toe shoes, long pants, short sleeve shirts, and bring
and a hat.                                                  cious to enroll in this camp, but some baking            clean to-go containers roughly 4”–8” with a sealed lid, as there will be lots of leftovers to take home each
                                                            experience is helpful.                                   day - yum! Budding Chefs will take home a cookbook with information about food and kitchen safety,
Mon.–Fri., June 8-12 OR          July 13-17                                                                          food preparation techniques, and the recipes from the week so they can keep cooking at home!
2:00 - 5:00 pm		                 2:00 - 5:00 pm             Please wear long pants, closed-toe shoes, an apron
Room: 908		                      Room: 908                  and a hat.                                               Mon.–Fri., June 22-26 OR Mon.–Fri., July 20-24
Register before May 28: $245                                                                                         9:00 am- 12:00 noon           9:00 am- 12:00 noon
                                                                                                                                                                                Sean Adams has a lifelong passion for food,
Register after May 28: $260                                 Mon.–Fri., July 20-24 OR         August 3-7              Room: 908		                   Room: 908                   community and local produce. He is currently the teen
Plus a $40 material fee at registration                     2:00 – 5:00 pm		                 2:00 – 5:00 pm          Register before May 28: $245                              instructor at Teen Kitchen Project, inspiring the next
                                                            Room: 908		                      Room: 908               Register after May 28: $260
Anne Baldzikowski is an award-winning instructor                                                                                                                               generation of chefs and foodies.
in the Cabrillo College Culinary Arts Department. She has
                                                            Register before May 28: $245                             Plus a $50 material fee paid at registration
owned two wholesale bakeries, authored a cookbook, and      Register after May 28: $260
brings a wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm to              Plus a $40 material fee at registration
her camps.                                                  Anne Baldzikowski - see bio
                                                                                                                       Creative Cooking: Advanced (ages 12-16)
                                                                                                                       This camp is designed for young chefs who have completed Cre-
    Foodie Field Trips (ages 12-15)                                                                                    ative Cooking camp or have comparable, above average kitchen
    This camp is all about exploring the amazing food that we have at our doorstep! We live in one of                  skills. Although a basic understanding of cooking skills are essential
    the most abundant food growing regions in the world, and have full access to a wide variety of                     to succeed in this camp, the most important traits a student can
    organic produce and specialty food producers. In this week-long camp we will head out to visit                     contribute to the group to ensure their success are maturity, focus,
    some unique, local food artisans to see what they are doing that is so special, and how they are                   and a calm demeanor. The smaller class size ensures the ultimate
    making their mark on our culinary community. After each field trip, we will return to the kitchen to               hands-on cooking experience and plenty of one-on-one time. It is
    bake, make, cook, and taste the amazing ingredients we have gathered that day. On our field trip                   also very important that young chefs love food and are willing to
    days, Monday - Thursday, we will be going to:                                                                      try new flavors, and eat plenty of vegetables!
    • Sweet Earth Foods, a plant-based natural foods company based in Moss Landing, for a tour of their
                                                                                                                       In addition to learning kitchen safety, food hygiene, cooking tech-
      facility.
                                                                                                                       niques, and kitchen etiquette, we will be creating an environment
    • Mutari Craft Chocolate House for a tour of their bean-to-bar chocolate factory.                                  that emphasizes inclusive, mutual respect and teamwork as we work in small groups to prepare
    • Santa Cruz Downtown Farmers Market to meet local organic produce vendors and buy produce.                        and cook meals.
    • Gizdich Ranch, a 4th generation, family owned and operated, agricultural business in Watsonville, to             We will learn to make lemon-garlic brined pork chops, corn and black bean tamales, chicken
      explore the farm and pick berries.
                                                                                                                       or spinach enchiladas, avocado and crab causas (a Peruvian potato dish), ceviche tostada with
    Some of the dishes we will make include plant based burgers and fries, berry pies, handmade ice                    lemon aioli, handmade tortellini with a spicy herbal pesto, alfredo sauce, summer heirloom
    cream, chocolate desserts, spinach and cheese enchiladas, carrot cake with fresh ginger whipped                    tomato and cheese casserole, focaccia bread with caramelized onions and green olives, Argen-
    cream, strawberry turnovers, veggie pot pie, and so much more! We invite all parents and family                    tine empanadas, strawberry galettes, grilled peaches with homemade vanilla ice cream and
    members to come and join us on friday as we will be preparing a meal for everyone to share!                        balsamic vinegar, and the list goes on and on! We invite parents, grandparents, siblings and
    Young foodies are required to wear comfortable, closed-toe shoes, long pants, short sleeve shirts, and             friends to come and join us on the last day of camp for a wonderful feast created entirely by the
    bring clean to-go containers roughly 4”–8” with a sealed lid, as there will be lots of leftovers to take           students.
    home each day - yum!                                                                                               Young chefs are required to wear comfortable, closed-toe shoes, long pants, short sleeved shirts, and
                                                                                                                       bring clean to-go containers roughly 4”–8” with a sealed lid, as there will be lots of leftovers to take
    Register Early! Camp is limited to 10 students.
                                                                                                                       home each day—yum!
    Mon. - Fri., July 27-31                                 Sean Adams has a lifelong passion for food,
    1:00 - 5:00 pm                                          community and local produce. He is currently the           Register Early! This camp is limited to just 12 students.
    Location: Ohlsen Foods                                  teen instructor at Teen Kitchen Project, inspiring the
                                                                                                                       Mon.–Fri., July 6-10          Register before May 28: $280
    Register before May 28: $295                            next generation of chefs and foodies.
                                                                                                                       9:00 am - 12:00 noon          Register after May 28: $295
    Register after May 28: $320                                                                                        Room: Sesnon House            Plus a $55 material fee paid at registration
    Plus a $60 material fee paid at registration

6    Cabrillo College Extension                                                                                                                     To register, visit us online at www.cabrillo.edu/youth or call (831) 479-6331       7
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LEADERSHIP & PERSONAL SUCCESS                                                                                   LEADERSHIP & PERSONAL SUCCESS

                                                                                                                 SAT Test Prep (ages 14-18)
                              Ready, Set, Read! (ages 6-10)
                                                                                                                 Reduce the stress and anxiety associated with the
                            Young Authors Write a Mystery!                                                       high-stakes college entrance SAT test by taking
                    For Students Entering Grades 1-4 in the Fall of 2020                                         a few days at the end of the summer to prepare!
                              Make up stories, create and illustrate your characters, then publish your          This workshop will cover all sections of the SAT
                              own book—what a great way to start your summer!                                    test including:
                              This camp supports the continued development of reading & writing                  • All SAT study guide course materials
                              skills, reading comprehension, and English Language Arts skills. Campers           • Extensive training sessions and practice tests for
                              write and publish their own “mystery story book,” including their “author’s          each section of the SAT exam
                              statement,” and create their own cover art and illustrations. We will com-         • Specific strategies for different types of questions
                              bine creative writing, mixed media art, group discussions, reader’s theater,       • General test-taking strategies
    and fun, educational technology-based games to build their reading, writing, and spelling skills.            • Complete explanation of each question and
    Readers of all levels will enjoy an age appropriate collection of books in a soft, supportive                  answer on institute practice tests
    environment designed to encourage their lifelong love of literature.                                         • Error analysis to identify strengths and
    No testing, and no pressure, just a safe space to learn, play, and be creative to foster a love of read-       weaknesses
    ing, and build confidence!                                                                                   Wed. - Fri., July 29-31 OR   August 5-7
    Register Early! These camps are limited to only 12 students.                                                 1:00 - 5:00 pm		             1:00 - 5:00 pm
                                                                                                                 Room: 513		                  Room: 513
    For students entering grades 3 & 4 		                        For students entering grades 1 & 2
                                                                                                                 Register before May 28: $225
               Mon. - Fri., June 22-26			                       Mon. - Fri., June 29 - July 3                    Register after May 28: $240
               9:00 am - 12:00 noon			                          1:00 - 4:00 pm                                   Plus $40 materials fee paid at registration
               Room: 1603			                                    Room: 1603
    Register before May 28: $225		                  Register before May 28: $225
    Register after May 28: $240		                   Register after May 28: $240
    Plus a $25 materials fee paid at registration		 Plus a $25 materials fee paid at registration
                                                                                                                   Youth Leadership Academy: Cultivating You & Your Community—
      Lori Kearney, MA, currently works at Main Street Elementary School providing reading intervention,           Leadership Skills for Personal Success (Grades 7-10)
      English language development, and technology support to students in K-5th grade.
                                                                                                                   The concept of leadership is changing. It is a            Families are
                                                                                                                   journey to create habits for personal success,            invited to join us
                                                                                                                   including collaboration, emotional intelligence,          in the last hour
                                                                                                                   and creativity. This academy is designed to               of our final day
    Accelerated Learning Techniques for Students (ages 12–15)                                                      help emerging leaders develop their personal              for a closing cer-
    This interactive and entertaining funshop will give students the                                               compass, learn how to create their map, and               emony. Each stu-
    tools and insights necessary to learn faster and have fun while                                                help them identify their destination.                     dent will receive
    doing it. Whether they are a straight-A student or barely passing,                                             Through exercises, games, social and interper-            a certificate of
    this funshop will teach kids how to do better in less time! Stu-                                               sonal group activities, writing, art projects, and        completion and
    dents will walk away with resources and techniques that they can                                               a lot of fun, we will dive into ideas about the           we will share a video about the campers’
    use immediately to unlock the amazing potential of their brain                                                 physical, emotional, mental, and aspirational             experience during the academy.
    and start achieving more than they ever thought possible. In this                                              well being it takes to be a conscious leader.             Students will come away with a personal suc-
    funshop students will:                                                                                         We will discuss the 4 most important charac-              cess action plan that they are excited about,
    • Participate in interactive and engaging activities designed to get                                           teristics of leaders; Inspiring, Forward Looking,         and want to see come to fruition.
      them moving while also learning                                                                              Honest, and Competent. As we learn ways to                A guide for parents and students will include
    • Discover and understand their specific learning style - what works for them and what makes the               enact these characteristics, we will focus on             talking points, prompts for conversations, and
      process of learning more fun and effective                                                                   these five exemplary practices to achieve                 activities for use between sessions to deepen
    • Learn practical memory techniques so they retain more of what they learn                                     personal success:                                         and enrich student experience.
    • Develop a personal “learning toolkit” to master any subject                                                  • Model the Way                                           Students will be asked to take risks, get
    In today’s rapidly changing technological society, knowing how to learn is one of the most                     • Inspire a Shared Vision                                 active, be thoughtful, and generally be open
    valuable skills we can have. Unfortunately, most of us were never actually taught how to learn.                • Challenge the Process                                   and engaged. Please bring plenty of snacks
    Because of this, learning feels like an unpleasant chore for many students, rather than a fun and                                                                        and water!
                                                                                                                   • Enable Others to Act
    exciting adventure. Well, no more! Learning is fun, especially when you know how to do it quickly                                                                       2 Mon., 2 Wed. & 2 Fri., July 6 - 17
                                                                                                                   • Encourage the Heart
    and efficiently. Accelerated Learning Techniques for Students will help your child release their                                                                        10:00 am - 1:00 pm
    inner genius and become the student they were always meant to be!                                                                                                       Room: 1522
                                                                                                                                                                            Register before May 28: $345
    Materials fee includes Dr. McCullough’s best selling book Accelerated Learning Techniques for Students.                                                                 Register after May 28: $370
    Thu. & Fri., August 6 & 7
    1:00 – 4:00 pm                                         Dr. Joe McCullough is the Physics Program Chair            Jennifer Mount has over 15 years of experience in the design and facilitation of professional and
    Room: 825                                              at Cabrillo College where he has been teaching for         leadership development curriculum. She has worked with Fortune 500 Companies such as Microsoft, 3M, and
    Register before May 28: $78                            the last 18 years. He is also a certified trainer..        Amgen as well as start ups, non-profits, and small businesses.
    Register after May 28: $85
    Plus $10 materials fee paid at registration

8    Cabrillo College Extension                                                                                                                 To register, visit us online at www.cabrillo.edu/youth or call (831) 479-6331   9
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COMPUTERS & TECHNOLOGY                                                                                         COMPUTERS & TECHNOLOGY

                                                                                                               Virtual Reality: The Future is Now                       Adventures in Augmented Reality!
     Code Explorers (ages 6-8)                                                                                 (ages 9-12 & 13-15)                                      (ages 9-12 & 13-15)
     For curious young minds who want to take                                                                  Embark on an EPIC adventure in virtual reality! In       Watch as holograms come to life in the
     the first steps into the world of programming!                                                            this cutting edge class, you will learn the founda-      first-ever augmented reality camp for kids!
     Student explorers will use their creativity                                                               tions of VR design by creating your own virtual          Students will work in cutting-edge software to
     to solve a series of web-based coding chal-                                                               worlds, exploring simulated environments, and            create holographic scenes that are viewable with
     lenges. Each lesson builds fluency in essential                                                           crafting memorable 3D experiences. At the end            a smartphone and a magic futuristic cube. Get
     digital skills needed for the future. At the end                                                          of the week, take home your first cardboard              hands-on with your own digital creations in this
     of the week, students will receive access to the                                                          VR headset to show friends and family the new            one of a kind experience!
     interactive learning platform to continue their                                                           worlds you created.                                      Student-created projects will be available on a
     coding journey at home.                                                                                   VR projects can be viewed on a website or a mobile       password protected website to share with friends
     Students will work in pairs or teams for most                                                             device. Students do not need a mobile device to          and family.
     of the program.                                                                                           take the class, but to use the VR headset after class
                                                                                                               students need access to an Android or Apple              Students will work in pairs or teams for most of
                Mon. – Fri., June 22-26                                                                        mobile device.                                           the program.
                9:00 am - 12:00 noon
                Room: 2502                                                                                     Students will work in pairs or teams and VR projects     Ages 13-15
                                                                                                               will be available on a password protected website to     Mon. – Fri., June 29 - July 3
     Register before May 28: $235                                                                              share with friends and family.                           9:00 am - 12:00 noon
     Register after May 28: $250
     Plus a $15 materials fee at registration                                                                                                                           Room: 2502
                                                                                                               Ages 13-15
                                                                                                               Mon. – Fri., June 22-26                                  Ages 9-12
                                                                                                               9:00 am - 12:00 noon                                                Mon. – Fri., June 29 - July 3
                                                                                                               Room: 2502                                                          1:00 – 4:00 pm
                                                                                                                                                                                   Room: 2502
                                                        2D Game Labs with                                      Ages 9-12
                                                        GameMaker (ages 9-12)                                            Mon. – Fri., June 22-26                        Register before May 28: $235
                                                        Learn the basics of game design in this one-of-a-                1:00 – 4:00 pm                                 Register after May 28: $250
                                                        kind class that shows the keys to designing your                 Room: 2502                                     Plus a $30 materials fee at registration for an
                                                        first 2D platformer game using GameMaker, an                                                                    Augmented Reality Cube.
                                                                                                               Register before May 28: $235
                                                        industry-grade software. Conceptualization, play
                                                                                                               Register after May 28: $250
                                                        experience, level design, graphics, sounds, and                                                                                “My son can now code!!”
                                                                                                               Plus a $30 materials fee at registration for a
                                                        simple coding are just some of the concepts that       Google cardboard VR headset                                        - Parent of a Virtual Reality camper
                                                        we’ll explore. No prior experience necessary! Just
                                                        come with your ideas and a desire to have fun!
                                                        Student created games will be available on a pass-
Rocket Kart Racers:                                     word protected website to share with friends and
                                                        family. Games are only compatible on PC computers;
Design a Mario Kart® Style Game                         Mac versions can be created after the camp for a $15     3D Game Labs with Unity
(ages 9-12)                                             conversion fee.                                          (ages 13-15)
On your mark, get set, create! Blast off in making      Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the
                                                                                                                 Are you an aspiring game designer, ready to
your first 3D Mario Kart® and Crash Team Racing®        week. Returning students can create more advanced        take your skills to the next level? Using Unity,
style game! Design your own tracks and custom-          projects that build on previous years.                   an industry-grade design software, students
ize your karts and characters. Using a professional                                                              will learn level editing, 3D modeling, impact-
                                                                  Mon. – Fri., June 15-19                        ful gameplay creation, as well as how to uti-
3D game development software, students will
                                                                  9:00 am –12:00 noon                            lize scripts and variables.
combine their creations into their own kart racing
                                                                  Room: 2502
game that they can play with friends and family                                                                  Student created games will be available on
                                                        Register before May 28: $235
at home.                                                                                                         a password protected website to share with
                                                        Register after May 28: $250
Students may participate in eSports League races                                                                 friends and family. Students will work in pairs
against other schools across the country, with a                                                                 of teams for most of the program.
chance to have their tracks featured in the Black                                                                Mon. – Fri., June 15–19
Rocket master build of the game! Student projects
                                                                                                                 1:00 - 4:00 pm
will be available on a password protected website to
                                                                                                                 Room: 2502
share with friends and family. Students will work in
                                                                                                                 Register before May 28: $235
pairs or teams for most of the program.
                                                                                                                 Register after May 28: $250
Mon. – Fri., June 8-12
9:00 am –12:00 noon
Room: 2502
Register before May 28: $235
Register after May 28: $250

10     Cabrillo College Extension                                                                                                           To register, visit us online at www.cabrillo.edu/youth or call (831) 479-6331   11
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COMPUTERS & TECHNOLOGY                                                                                           COMPUTERS & TECHNOLOGY

JavaScript Developer Jam                                Python Programmers
                                                                                                                  Make Your Own Movies! Storytelling Through Digital Media
(ages 9-12 & 13-15)                                     (ages 9-12 & 13-15)
                                                                                                                  (ages 9-12 & 13-15)
Learn programming tools so powerful they seem           Want to learn the world’s fastest growing pro-
like magic! Start off by learning an array of core      gramming language, favored by Google, NASA,               Kids love to read stories and watch movies, but they also love to invent their own characters, tell
programming concepts with JavaScript by exper-          YouTube, and the CIA? Learn how to code with              their own stories, and make their own movies! This camp opens the door for students to use their
imenting in a series of digital challenges. Start       Python to create engaging apps and games. Each            imagination to develop colorful characters, create unique stories, and make their own movie
with programming your first animated memes,             lesson takes you step-by-step on a programming            magic using digital production tools! They will learn basic set design, story development, lighting,
then tackle more advanced skills such as interac-       path that will let you challenge friends with fun         sound, and editing.
tive 3D experiences and game creation.                  content you create from start to finish!                  Using Stop Motion Studio, a movie making app, students will make a stop motion video using
Student-created games will be available on a pass-      Student-created games will be available on a pass-        characters they love. We will explore creating original music with GarageBand, creating spiffy
word protected website to share with friends and        word protected website to share with friends and          graphics with Adobe Spark, and learning to edit short videos with iMovie. Spend a week making
family. Students will work in pairs or teams for most   family. Students will work in pairs or teams for most     movie magic and go home with skills to continue your digital media storytelling!
of the program.                                         of the week. Returning students can create more           Ages 9-12
                                                        advanced projects that build on previous years.
Ages 9-12                                                                                                                    Mon. - Fri., July 20-24    OR                   July 27-31
                                                        Ages 9-12                                                            9:00 am – 12:00 noon		                          9:00 am – 12:00 noon
          Mon. – Fri., July 6-10
          9:00 am - 12:00 noon                                    Mon. – Fri., July 13-17                                    Room: VAPA 2021		                               Room: VAPA 2021
          Room: 2502                                              9:00 am - 12:00 noon                            Register before May 28: $235
                                                                  Room: 2502                                      Register after May 28: $250
Ages 13-15                                                                                                        Plus a $15 materials fee paid at registration
                                                        Ages 13-15
Mon. – Fri., July 6-10
                                                        Mon. – Fri., July 13-17                                   OR
1:00 – 4:00 pm
                                                        1:00 – 4:00 pm                                            Ages 13-15
Room: 2502                                                                                                                                                            Wendy Milette, MFA, is a GATE mentor and Hi-Tech
                                                        Room: 2502                                                Mon. - Fri., July 27-31
Register before May 28: $235                                                                                                                                          Innovation Lab Director at Pacific Elementary School, and
                                                        Register before May 28: $235                              1:30 – 4:30 pm
Register after May 28: $250                                                                                                                                           the Director of Media Arts Education for the MY HERO
                                                        Register after May 28: $250                               Room: VAPA 2021
Plus a $15 materials fee at registration                                                                                                                              Project, a globally connected learning community. To
                                                        Plus a $15 materials fee at registration                  Register before May 28: $235                        learn more go to myhero.com. She has been working with
                                                                                                                  Register after May 28: $250                         youth for over 30 years. Wendy lives in Davenport with her
                                                                                                                  Plus a $15 materials fee paid at registration       husband Chris and their cat, Tink.

                                                                                                                Video Game Animation                                     Minecraft®
                                                                                                                (ages 9-12)                                              Redstone Engineers
                                                                                                                Take your game design skills in GameMaker, an            (ages 9-12)
                                                                                                                industry-grade software, to the next level by            Take the next step beyond simply “playing”
                                                                                                                creating and animating your own character                Minecraft and become a true Redstone engineer.
                                                                                                                sprites, objects, and backgrounds. Start with a          Expand your Redstone knowledge by construct-
                                                                                                                name, develop the character’s personality, sig-          ing your own carnival with a variety of mini-
                                                                                                                nature moves, special powers, and a storyline.           games, roller coasters, and attractions powered
                                                                                                                Finish with a fully animated character to be used        by Redstone. Learn how to use Command and
                                                                                                                in your very own game. Students do not need              Structure blocks to incorporate them into your
                                                                                                                any prior experience in game design, animation,          builds. Activate your skills and take your Mine-
                                                                                                                or sketching.                                            craft structures to the next level!
                                                                                                                Student-created games will be available on a pass-       Students must own a Java version of Minecraft to
                                                                                                                word protected website to share with friends and         access their projects at home. Tablet, phone, and
  Inventor’s League: Prototyping for the Future! (ages 9-12)                                                    family. Games are only compatible on PC comput-          game console versions of Minecraft are not compat-
                                                                                                                ers; Mac versions can be created after the program       ible. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of
   Become an inventor of the future! Learn rapid        Whether you’re looking for ideas to enter into
                                                                                                                for $15.00 conversion fee. Students will work in         the program.
   prototyping’ and problem solving as you              the 5th grade Invention Convention or you’re
                                                                                                                pairs or teams for most of the program. Returning
   conceptualize and design a product to solve          just a constantly curious inventor, this camp is                                                                            Mon. – Fri., July 27-31
                                                                                                                students can create more advanced projects that
   a critical global issue. Each day begins with        for you!                                                build on previous years.
                                                                                                                                                                                    1:00 – 4:00 pm
   inspirational profiles of young inventors, such                                                                                                                                  Room: 2502
                                                        Student projects will be available on a password
   as the eleven year old who coded a robot to          protected website to share with friends and fam-                  Mon. – Fri., July 20-24                        Register before May 28: $235
   find victims of natural disasters. Next, research    ily. Students will work in pairs of teams for most of             9:00 am –12:00 noon                            Register after May 28: $250
   a problem to tackle in medicine, architecture,       the program.                                                      Room: 2502
   the environment, or a topic of your choos-                                                                   Register before May 28: $235
   ing. Once your vision is complete, learn how                   Mon. – Fri., July 20-24                       Register after May 28: $250
   to draft 2D designs, create 3D models, and                     1:00 - 4:00 pm
   develop a website to pitch your ideas to                       Room: 2502
    the class.                                          Register before May 28: $235
                                                        Register after May 28: $250

12   Cabrillo College Extension                                                                                                              To register, visit us online at www.cabrillo.edu/youth or call (831) 479-6331         13
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SCIENCE & ENGINEERING                                                                                     SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

                                                       Little Engineers
                                                       (ages 6-8)                                            Pokémon Engineering
                                                       Put on your thinking cap and grab your pencil for     using LEGO® Materials
                                                       this adventure in engineering! Each day comes         (ages 6-8)
                                                       with a new challenge, like building a bridge or
                                                                                                             Join Ash and Pikachu as you build, cap-
                                                       designing a building that can withstand an earth-
                                                                                                             ture, train, and explore the vast world of
                                                       quake! Working with a small team, use your imagi-
                                                                                                             Pokémon with tens of thousands of LEGO®
                                                       nation and the materials provided to design solu-
                                                                                                             parts. Design your own Poké Balls, explore
                                                       tions to each challenge. Along the way, discover
                                                                                                             the Kanto region, and fly with Charizard.
                                                       the strategies and skills that help engineers solve
                                                                                                             Explore engineering through the fun world
                                                       these same challenges every day, and learn how
                                                                                                             of Pokémon!
                                                       your imagination can help the world around you!
                                                                                                                        Mon. – Fri., June 22-26
                                                                   Mon. – Fri., June 15–19
                                                                                                                        9:00 am – 12:00 noon
                                                                   9:00 am – 12:00 noon
                                                                                                                        Room: 1521
Little Chemists (ages 6-8)                                         Room: 1521
                                                                                                             Register before May 28: $225
Put on your goggles and get hands-on in this                      Mon. – Fri., July 27-31                    Register after May 28: $240
introduction to chemistry camp! Zoom in on                        1:00 – 4:00 pm
atoms and molecules to understand the building                    Room: 1605
                                                                                                                                                                   Jedi Starship Engineering
blocks of everything around you! Learn about           Register before May 28: $225
pH, and turn a cabbage into a magical, color           Register after May 28: $240                           Super Hero Engineering                                using LEGO® Materials
changing potion. Discover how colors are made          Plus a $30 material fee paid at registration
                                                                                                             with LEGO® Materials                                  (ages 6-8)
through the science of chromatography. Get bub-                                                                                                                    Win the Millennium Falcon from Lando and
bly, fizzy, and messy with a variety of safe chemi-                                                          (ages 6-8)                                            maneuver through the Kessel run, challenge the
cal reactions. Each day is full of hands-on experi-                                                          Save the world with LEGO® Super Heroes!               First Order in your Resistance Bomber, and collect
ments designed just for the budding scientist!                                                               Enter the Phantom Zone, travel on Wonder              bounties in Boba Fett’s ship. Using tens of thou-
                                                                                                             Woman’s Invisible Jet, and face off against           sands of LEGO® parts, learn about STEM concepts
             Mon. – Fri., June 15-19                                                                         Galactus. Create motorized and architec-              as you design and fly various starships through
             1:00 – 4:00 pm                                                                                  tural projects with imagination and engi-             the vast Star Wars universe.
             Room: 1605                                                                                      neering to bring your super powers to life.
           Mon. – Fri., June 29–July 3                                                                                                                                        Mon. – Fri., July 20-24
                                                                                                                        Mon. – Fri., June 29-July 3                           9:00 am - 12:00 noon
           1:00 – 4:00 pm
                                                                                                                        9:00 am – 12:00 noon                                  Room: 1521
           Room: 1605
                                                                                                                        Room: 1521                                 Register before May 28: $225
Register before May 28: $225
                                                                                                             Register before May 28: $225                          Register after May 28: $240
Register after May 28: $240
                                                                                                             Register after May 28: $240
Plus a $30 material fee paid at registration

                            Little Paleontologists (ages 6-8)
                            Discover the ancient world and the creatures who lived in it: the ferocious      Robotics using LEGO® WeDo
                            Tyrannosaurus rex, the massive shark Megalodon, the soaring pterosaurs,
                            and many, many more. Step into the shoes of a paleontologist as we learn         (ages 6-8)
                            about the most impressive creatures to ever live on planet Earth, and how        Build and program robots in this introduc-
                            we know what we know about them.                                                 tory Robotics class using the LEGO® WeDo®
                                                                                                             system. Learn basic programming skills, simple
                          Throughout the week, learn about the science of paleontology through
                                                                                                             engineering concepts, and the names of robot
                          hands-on activities developed by our resident dinosaur scientist. From
                                                                                                             components. Work in small groups to complete
                          plate tectonics and rebuilding ancient worlds, to identifying and excavat-
                                                                                                             several projects using tilt and motion sensors.
                          ing fossils, each of the activities are based on the latest science and uses
                                                                                                             This is a great way to prepare young Robotics
     the same techniques and tools as scientists in the fields of geology and paleontology.
                                                                                                             enthusiasts for our more advanced Robotics
     Students will take home an excavated fossil and other                                                   programs.
     projects created throughout the week to continue their
     paleontological adventures!                                                                                        Mon. – Fri., July 6-10
                                                                                                                        9:00 am – 12:00 noon
                Mon. – Fri., June 15-19                                                                                 Room: 1521
                9:00 am – 12:00 noon                                                                         Register before May 28: $225
                Room: 1605                                                                                   Register after May 28: $240
     Register before May 28: $225
     Register after May 28: $240
     Plus a $30 materials fee paid at registration

14     Cabrillo College Extension                                                                                                      To register, visit us online at www.cabrillo.edu/youth or call (831) 479-6331   15
Extension Camps for Ages 4 to 18 - REGISTER ONLINE: Cabrillo College
SCIENCE & ENGINEERING                                                                                      SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

                                                                                                                                                                  Little Archaeologists
                                                                                                                                                                  (ages 6-8)
                                                                                                                                                                  What can we learn about the people that lived
                                                                                                                                                                  thousands of years ago from the items they left
                                                                                                                                                                  behind, like arrowheads, pottery, and pyramids?
                                                                                                                                                                  Take an adventure through time and around the
                                                                                                                                                                  globe in this hands-on archeology adventure!
                                                                                                                                                                  What will you leave behind for future generations
                                                                                                                                                                  to find? Find out how much your trash says about
                                                                                                                                                                  how you live. Reconstruct an ancient artifact.
                                                                                                                                                                  Discover how ancient cultures were different from
                                                                                                                                                                  - and similar to - people today. Be ready to get
It’s Electric!                                                                                                                                                    your hands dirty, as each day will be full of experi-
(ages 6-8)                                            Fun with Flight                                                                                             ments and adventures!
Electricity powers so many things around us:          (ages 6-8)                                                                                                  Campers will take home projects created
our light bulbs, cars, phones, and so much more!      Our world today is filled with flying machines:                                                             throughout the week, and the skills to find the
You’ll begin by learning how a simple circuit pow-    simple kites, helicopters, airplanes, and the rock-                                                         history hidden all around them!
ers a light bulb, and how the same kind of circuit    ets and shuttles that travel into space! In this                                                                        Mon. – Fri., July 13-17
can power your first “doodlebug” robot! Explore       hands-on exploration of flight, campers will learn                                                                      1:00 – 4:00 pm
the power of sunlight by turning it into a usable     how things become airborne. Experiment with                                                                             Room: 1605
energy source, and find out how electricity           the differences between wings in nature, and
powers our day-to-day life.                           how they inspired our modern machines. Explore                                                              Register before May 28: $225
             Mon. – Fri., June 22-26
                                                      different kinds of vehicles that carry people                                                               Register after May 28: $240
             1:00 – 4:00 pm                           through the air, and invent your own ideas! Each                                                            Plus a $30 material fee paid at registration
             Room: 2100B                              day is sure to help the imagination take flight!

             Mon. – Fri., July 13–17                              Mon. – Fri., July 20-24                   Little Detectives                                     Little Astronomers
             1:00 – 4:00 pm                                       1:00 – 4:00 pm                            (ages 6-8)                                            (ages 6-8)
             Room: 2100B                                          Room: 1605
                                                                                                            Test your CSI skills as you crack the case! In        Space is often called the “final frontier” and has
                                                      Register before May 28: $225                          this hands-on, interactive camp, students             captured the imaginations of many! Whether
Register before May 28: $225
Register after May 28: $240                           Register after May 28: $240                           will discover scientific reasoning and pro-           it’s storytellers who drew pictures in the stars,
Plus a $30 material fee paid at registration          Plus a $30 material fee paid at registration          cesses as they take on the role of Little             or scientists and engineers dreaming of explor-
                                                                                                            Detectives. Examine clothing and soil, study          ing beyond our world. Now, it can be your turn!
                                                                                                            tracks, take your own fingerprints, and find          Whether you want to become an astronaut, study
                                                                                                            the stolen items! Students will be working            the stars, drive a rover on another planet, or are
                                                                                                            together as part of a team, just like real-life       just curious about the night sky, this is the camp
                                                                                                            police and forensic scientists. Put on your           for you!
                     Gross-ology: Ooey Gooey You                                                            thinking cap, and help solve the mystery!             In this exploration of space and planetary science,
                     (ages 6-8 & 9-12)                                                                      At the end of the week, students will take            you’ll measure the solar system, create your own
  Did you know you’ve got more than 5 senses? Or that you make a new                                        home their forensic lab journal and other             star chart, make a mini rocket, design a mission
  batch of snot every 20 minutes to keep dirt and germs out of your body?                                   tools to continue their investigating at home.        to another planet, and much, much more! Each
  What about that your intestines, unfolded, are the same length as two                                                                                           day will include interactive, hands-on activities
  cars? The science of the human body is often gross, but always fascinat-                                              Mon. – Fri., June 22-26
                                                                                                                                                                  developed by NASA and other planetary scientists
  ing. Come learn about all the systems that make you, you!                                                             1:00 – 4:00 pm
                                                                                                                                                                  that will broaden your view of space, and your
                                                                                                                        Room: 1603
  Each day, you’ll step into the role of biologists, pathologists, and doc-                                                                                       place in it.
  tors to investigate what makes your body work. Test your senses, make                                                 Mon. – Fri., July 20-24
                                                                                                                                                                  Students will take home projects they create over
  “booger” slime, extract fruit DNA, discover why washing your hands is                                                 1:00 – 4:00 pm
                                                                                                                        Room: 1603
                                                                                                                                                                  the course of the week, to continue their astron-
  important, and so much more in this interactive, hands-on camp!                                                                                                 omy adventures well after camp has ended.
  Students will take home lab experiments and projects created during the week, to continue their           Register before May 28: $225                                     Mon. – Fri., July 27-31
  life science explorations once the camp                                                                   Register after May 28: $240                                      9:00 am – 12:00 noon
  has concluded                                                                                             Plus a $30 material fee paid at registration                     Room: 1605
  Ages 6-8                                               Ages 9-12                                                                                                Register before May 28: $225
                                                                                                                                                                  Register after May 28: $240
           Mon. – Fri., July 6-10                                July 6–10
           1:00 – 4:00 pm		                                      9:00 am – 12:00 noon                                                                             Plus a $30 material fee paid at registration
           Room: 1605		                                          Room: 1605
  Register before May 28: $225                          Register before May 28: $225
  Register after May 28: $240                           Register after May 28: $240
  Plus a $30 material fee paid at registration          Plus a $30 material fee paid at registration

16   Cabrillo College Extension                                                                                                       To register, visit us online at www.cabrillo.edu/youth or call (831) 479-6331   17
SCIENCE & ENGINEERING                                                                                         SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

 Constructor Creators: The Engineering Challenge
 (ages 9-12)
 Put on your hard hat for a week of engineering exploration! Each day we’ll ntroduce a new branch
 of engineering, such as electrical, mechanical, or environmental. Campers will then be presented
 a challenge, just like one acticing engineers are tasked with solving. Working with a team of their
 peers and the materials provided, campers will design, build, and test their solution to the prob-
 lem. Along the way, they’ll learn the tools and skills that help engineers build the world around us.
 Be sure to bring your imagination!
            Mon. – Fri., June 15-19
            1:00 – 4:00 pm
            Room: 1521                                                                                     Little Medical School                                     Little Veterinary School
 Register before May 28: $225                                                                              (ages 6-8 & 9-12)                                         (ages 6-8 & 9-12)
 Register after May 28: $240
                                                                                                           Discover the fascinating science of the human             Explore the exciting world of veterinarians and
 Plus a $30 material fee paid at registration
                                                                                                           body through hands-on activities, games,                  “The ABCs of Dog and Cat Care” through inter-
                                                                                                           and role playing. Campers will learn medical              active demonstrations, hands-on activities, and
                                                                                                           and STEM concepts in playful, science based               games. Learn how much water pets need to
                                                                                                           themes such as: The wonderful brain; Your                 stay healthy, what to do when a dog gets hurt,
                                                                                                           spine is fine; All about the heart; Bones; What’s         how immunizations protect pets, and some
Adventures in Archeology                               Rock Stars                                          in the doctor’s bag?...and so many more!                  basics about dog body language. Little vets will
(ages 9-12)                                            (ages 9-12)                                         Campers will find out why mucus and boogers               learn to take measurements and assessments
Long after a civilization disappears, the things       Earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanoes, oh my! While      are important, and make and take home                     on a dog, and how to make dog treats at home!
they leave behind remain. Learn how scientists         the earth looks rock-solid, there’s a lot going     homemade snot. They will learn about first aid,           After a lesson about x-rays, Little vets will take
use these “left-overs” to reconstruct the ancient      on beneath our feet. In this hands-on geology       muscle groups, organs, how lungs work, how                a tour of Cabrillo’s Radiologic Technology Pro-
world! Each day will take you to a different part      exploration, we will complete experiments and       the eye reacts to light, and what a prescription          gram lab, and meet college students pursuing
of the world to explore how people lived in            investigations every day. Learn to identify dif-    is. Whether your little one imagines they are a           health care careers. One of our camp days will
that time and place. Try your hand at ancient          ferent kinds of rocks, and where you might find     future healthcare provider, or they’re just a sci-        include a Humane Education presentation
writing and art, learn what your trash bin might       them. Discover what causes earthquakes and tsu-     ence lover, this camp will keep them engaged              by the Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter to
tell future archeologists about your life, and         namis, and how new science is helping to predict    and excited.                                              discuss understanding, respect, and empathy
piece together artifacts just like a practicing        these amazing events. We’ll build and erupt our                                                               for all animals. Kids will learn how they can
                                                                                                           After a lesson about how x-rays are taken,
archeologist!                                          own mode volcanoes. By the end of the week,                                                                   become animal advocates, and ways to safely,
                                                                                                           campers will take a tour of Cabrillo’s Radiologic
Campers will go home with projects completed           you’ll have a whole new understanding of the        Technology Program lab and Nursing Program                and appropriately meet a new dog in public—
throughout the week, and the skills to find the        stories hidden in the geology around us.            lab, and meet college students pursuing health            including a visit from Stanley, a large, lovable
history hidden all around them.                                                                            care careers. Our camp week will conclude with            chocolate lab!
                                                                  Mon. – Fri., July 13-17
                                                                  9:00 am – 12:00 noon                     a graduation ceremony, reciting of the Little             Our camp week will conclude with a gradu-
           Mon. – Fri., June 22-26
                                                                  Room: 1605                               Medical School Oath, and go home with their               ation ceremony, and campers go home with
           9:00 am – 12:00 noon
                                                       Register before May 28: $225                        diploma and a working stethoscope!                        their diploma, their stuffed dog with adoption
           Room: 1605
Register before May 28: $225                           Register after May 28: $240                         Ages 6-8                                                  certificate, recipe cards & a dog bone cookie
Register after May 28: $240                            Plus a $30 material fee paid at registration                                                                  cutter, as well as their Little Veterinarian white
                                                                                                                       Mon. - Fri., July 13-17
Plus a $30 material fee paid at registration                                                                                                                         coat and tool kit!
                                                                                                                       9:00 am - 12:00 noon
                                                                                                                                                                     Ages 6-8
                                                                                                                                                                                   Mon. - Fri., July 20-24
                                                                                                           Ages 9-12                                                               9:00 am - 12:00 noon
  Who Dunnit? Crime Scene Investigators (ages 9-12)                                                                    Mon. - Fri., July 13-17
  The game is afoot! Throughout this hands-on week of camp, you’ll step into the role of a forensic                    1:00 - 4:00 pm
                                                                                                                                                                     Ages 9-12
  scientist. You’ll explore many of the tools used by the professionals, including fingerprint analysis,
  chromatography, synthetic blood typing, and more! Work as part of a team, just like the police,          Room: HW2212, at the Cabrillo College Health and                        Mon. - Fri., July 20-24
  detectives, and forensic scientists that all collaborate to solve real-life mysteries. So grab your      Wellness Building                                                       1:00 - 4:00 pm
  magnifying glass and join a team of young detectives to crack the case!                                  Register before May 28: $225
                                                                                                           Register after May 28: $240                               Room: HW2212, at the Cabrillo College Health and
  At the end of the week, you’ll take home your lab notebook and other tools to continue
                                                                                                           Plus a $28 material fee paid at registration              Wellness Building
  investigating at home.                                                                                                                                             Register before May 28: $225
             Mon. – Fri., July 27-31                                                                                                                                 Register after May 28: $240
             1:00 – 4:00 pm                                                                                                                                          Plus a $28 material fee paid at registration
             Room: 1603
  Register before May 28: $225                                                                                  Little Medical School inspires young minds by sharing our passion for learning, health and careers
  Register after May 28: $240                                                                                   in medicine. All programs are written by experienced educators, board-certified physicians and trained
  Plus a $30 material fee paid at registration                                                                  healthcare professionals. Camps are led by a trained Little Medical School® Instructor.

18   Cabrillo College Extension                                                                                                       To register, visit us online at www.cabrillo.edu/youth or call (831) 479-6331       19
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