Encourage Tomorrow, a nonprofit educational service provider, is partnering with California State University, Fresno, to three summer academies in medicine, engineering and arts and culture for pre-college youth.
The sessions available, which run 8 a.m.-4 p.m. daily, are:
June 15-19, Medical Academy: Students will explore career paths and growing needs in the field. Focus areas are human anatomy, nutrition, first aid and safety. Students will learn about resources available on a college campus such as pre-med internships. Open to students in grades 9-12.
July 6-10, Discoveries Engineering Academy: Students get first-hand experience with building and creativity through design and engineering activities. They will get a head start toward exploring potential careers by meeting engineering professionals. Open to students in grades 5-8.
July 20-24, Passport Around the World – Arts & Culture Academy:
Students visit different countries each day to get a better understanding and appreciation of cultural diversity. Open to students in grades 1-4.
For more information, contact Derek Abbott at 559.233.2880 or online at firstname.lastname@example.org.