Career Camp 2023 • Apollo Career Center
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Career Camp 2023


We are excited to welcome your son/daughter to Apollo’s second summer Career Camp being held at Apollo Career Center June 6 & 7, 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM.  Career Camp is two days full of hands-on, high-tech career exploration for incoming 6th, 7th and 8th grade students. 

Drop-off and pickup will be in front of the main building. Please look for event entrance signs.  We will be providing lunch each day. Both lunches are included in the admission fee. (Pizza, chips, cookies and drink)

Each camper will receive a T-shirt and those will be passed out on the first day as well. 

All campers are required to wear close-toed shoes ie. tennis shoes

Health Science: Interested in the healthcare field? This camp for 6th-8th grade students is full of hands-on activities that will lead to surgery using the latest technology! 

Fire/EMT: Learn what to do when someone is hurt, there is an emergency, and what it takes to be a firefighter/first responder! 6th-8th grade students will experience the fire training tower and learn about this exciting, in-demand career. Campers will be going outside, so dress appropriately! 

Robotics/CNC: 6th-8th grade students will learn how a robot functions and how to program commands. Students will also function 3-D printers, learn software and produce parts.
Long pants and closed toe shoes required.

Culinary Arts: Day one This camp for 6th-8th grade students teaches how to make eggs three ways and prepare homemade biscuits and sausage gravy from scratch! Day two: Cinnabon has nothing on us!  Make a tray of fresh cinnamon rolls to take home and also participate in a chef demonstration and tasting of fresh fruit!
Closed toed shoes required, hair must be controlled. Hats and aprons will be provided

Welding: 6th-8th grade students will learn the MIG welding process and fabrication of metal. Students will start out virtual welding to learn the proper technique of placement of hands and machine. Participants will get real hands-on experience using modern equipment and learn the proper safety of the welding process. Long pants and closed toe shoes required.

Multimedia: 6th-8th grade students will capture photos and videos inside and outdoors and  learn how to edit and process those images. Students will be given a camera to keep and create some really cool make and take projects.


Questions? Contact Dana Dukes-Norton at [email protected]