Cape Cod Community College Hosts Summer of Science Programs in August

Cape_Cod_Community_College_001BARNSTABLE – Cape Cod Community College will be hosting two weeks of hands-on science and technology programs for middle school students in August.

The programs include the Art/Tech program from August 3 to 7 and the Maker Movement program from August 10 to 14.

Cape Cod Community College spokesman Michael Gross said they hope to teach younger kids about the importance of science and technology.

“If you don’t engage students early enough, they’re not going to go in this direction, and clearly the world needs great thinkers, great creators, and in this case, adding the sciences with the creative element is something that’s very important,” said Gross.

In the Art/Tech program, students will develop technology skills in Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.

Students will also have the opportunity to enhance and advance their skills through interactive and fun activities such as creating zombie/vampire versions of themselves, greeting card design, advertisement design, logo design and more.

In the Maker Movement program, students will learn through active engagement as they explore concepts in electricity and magnetism, computer science and robotics.

Topics and activities will include battery basics, junkbots, simple circuits, making music and 3-D printing.

For more information on the programs and how to register, go to
737 West Main Street
Hyannis, MA 02601
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