Kids Summer Camps at Delaware County Community College Offer a Safe Way for Kids to Have Fun and Learn
(Delaware & Chester Counties, PA • May 5, 2021)—Kids Summer Camps at Delaware County Community College begin on June 21. All camps will be in accordance with Pennsylvania and U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) safety guidelines, including classroom size limits, and masks will be required for all indoor activities.
The College’s Kids Summer Camps will be held Monday through Thursday, June 21 through July 29. To register, contact the College’s Community Education division at 610-359-5025. To learn more about available camp classes and to register online, visit dccc.edu/summer-camps. The College has held kids summer camps for more than 15 years and held youth programs since 1996.
“It is never too early to engage the minds of children through fun, thoughtful, well-organized, safe activities designed to stimulate learning and encourage career exploration,” says Delaware County Community College President L. Joy Gates Black, Ed.D.
The College offers Kids Summer Camps in Acting for the Camera, Arts & Crafts, Cheer Dance, Coding, Dance, Introduction to Film & TV, and Music Video. In addition, the College offers Babysitting with American Heart Association certification in Pediatric and Infant CPR & First Aid.
For the Coding camps, kids (ages 8-14) explore the exciting world of coding, led by top teachers and industry talent. Children enjoy a personal education experience using the latest software from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Microsoft, Apple and more. The camps are run in coordination with Black Rocket, a national leader in tech-education with more than 200 locations worldwide that feature cutting-edge courses in coding, game design, app development, virtual reality and much more.
Campers are welcome to bring a bagged lunch and join the camp staff for lunch for an additional $25 per week. Be sure to let the College’s staff know when registering that you are interested in “Lunch Bunch.”
During the summer months, the College will be closed on Fridays starting May 21.