Why Art Camp for Your Child this Summer?
What have you got planned for your kids this Summer? Maybe you’ll be taking your family on an amazing adventure to a new environment or a new culture, to see some beautiful sights or enjoy the good earth. Maybe you’ll be taking advantage of some academic enrichment camps or classes to help your child catch up or get ahead in reading, science, or math over the summer. Sports camps can provide kids with physical development, a new skill, and social interaction. Continue reading “Exploring Creativity at Cordovan Art School”
The New Kid on the Block: a SYEP intern’s first week at Wagner College Department of Lifelong Learning
Written by Brandon Atiles
Last week was my first working at Wagner College as part of the New York City summer youth employment program. I expected it to be a mundane job that I would be doing just to gain some working experience and money.
Boy, was I wrong.
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Wealthy Habits summer camps give students a competitive edge by teaching them to think differently about making, spending, and saving money while also providing them the skills to manage it properly. By the end of camp, students leave with an entirely different, and improved, mindset about money. Continue reading “Wealthy Habits”
Teen Summer Expos is a circuit of winter events in MA, NY, and NJ that provide students and parents with the opportunity for face-to-face conversations with reputable summer enrichment program directors. Continue reading “Teen Summer Expos”
Tampa Bay Area Writing project Summer Programs are more than just camps. They’re a place to be yourself, be creative, and be imaginative. Continue reading “Tampa Bay Area Writing project | Youth Program”