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Summer Youth Courses offered at Union County College

CRANFORD – This summer the Office of Continuing Education at Union County College is expanding its course offerings for youth ages 11-18. Many classes are taught by NJ-certified teachers and local businesses that specialize in delivering high-quality youth programs.

A sample of educational classes for youth ages 11-13 include Design Your Own Comic Book, Guitar, Better Thinker-Better Writer-Better Grades, Cartooning, Order in the Court, Algebra Review and Graffiti Art/Design Projects. The College also partners with Super Science, Black Rocket and IncrediFlix to offer classes such as Minecraft Modders, LEGO Star Wars and Motorized Machines, Advanced Imagination Flix, and more.

New this year is our partnership with FYI Creations. The New Jersey based organization offers creative and innovative summer enrichment workshops with imaginative programming targeted toward girls such as Duct Tape Divas, Girls Rule! and Teaching 101. 

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Sample classes for students ages 14+ include SAT Test Prep, Algebra Review, Write for College, Teen Finance Workshops, Cartooning, Servsafe for Teens, The Artist Within, App Attack, Minecraft Designers, Make Your First Video Game and Certified Pharmacy Technician. The cost of the courses vary, and all classes will be held at the College’s Cranford campus, located at 1033 Springfield Avenue.

For more information about summer youth programs and to view the Continuing Education brochure online visit www.ucc.edu/noncredit. One can also enroll by calling the Office of Continuing Education at (908) 709-7600 or by visiting the office on the Cranford campus.

For more information about Union County College, please visit www.ucc.edu.

 

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