RCC Summer Camps Host 207 Campers
Robeson Community College hosted a total of 207 campers during the week of June 24-27. Through the Project ACCESS, 3C, and Engineering programs, 11 different camps, related to various STEM topics, were held at no cost to campers.
Project ACCESS Camps
- Camps AIMS
- Earth & Environmental Science
- Camp SCRUBS
- Cyber Security
- Industrial Technologies
- EMS/Fire Science
- Forensic Science/Law Enforcement
Project 3C Camps
- Engineering a Zoo
- SCRUBS I
- Camp Robotics
- Speed: STEM
Each camp was led by RCC faculty and PSRC teachers. On June 27, a camp celebration was held in the student center for campers and their families. The RCC Culinary department provided food to the attendees. Speakers for the celebration included Project ACCESS Administrator, Rita Locklear, Tribal Chairman, Harvey Godwin, and RCC staff members William Locklear and Stephanie McNeill.
For more information about RCC’s summer camps, contact Stephanie McNeill at (910) 272-3380 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Project ACCESS: Project ACCESS (Achieving College Opportunities, Community Engagement, and Student Success) is an initiative funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Indian Education, the goal of Project ACCESS is to improve access to higher education and career preparedness for American Indian youth of Robeson County. The initiative will engage Native youth, their families, and their tribal communities to be active participants in the process.
About Project 3C: Project 3C (Connecting Community, College & Career through STEM) provides American Indian students with experiences and skills necessary to: accomplish goals successfully, increase similarities between their interests and career choices, and broaden their college and career opportunities in STEM