Summer Career Exploration Experience
Ready to Request a Summer program?
The PCCTC Summer Camp request period is now open!
Before selecting your program, make sure to read the FAQ section below.
The Summer Career Exploration Experience is designed for current 6th & 7th grade students. Students must be currently enrolled in one of the SDPC middle schools in order to attend.
Students must be logged in with their school district Google account.
Tip: Use your Chromebook to make completing the Google Form as easy as possible.
Some FAQ's about the Summer Career Exploration Experience:
Who is this program geared towards?
Current 6th & 7th grade students who are currently enrolled in an SDPC middle school and are interested about a particular career field.
How long is the summer program?
The Summer Career Exploration Experience is a two week program that allows students to get an overview of what that Program of Study has to offer.
How much does the summer program cost and what about lunch?
This program is completely free for students! We even cover breakfast and lunch! In the event of a field trip, students may need to purchase lunch, but parents and students will be told ahead of time.
When will the program meet this summer?
Each program will only be 1-week long. Students will choose 4 different courses and will be placed in 2 of these. We will work hard to put you in your top 2 choices, but seats are limited.
Week 1 - June 5-8, Monday-Thursday. 9:00am - 2:00pm
Week 2 - June 12-15, Monday-Thursday. 9:00am - 2:00pm
Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Will the student earn a credit for this program?
No. The goal of this program is to allow students to explore a career that they are interested in and not have to stress over a grade.
How will students get to the Career Center?
Students have two choices for transportation:
Student can ride a shuttle bus to-and-from their home middle school to the CTC
Students may be picked up and dropped off as car riders
What programs will be offered?
1-Week Programs. Students will switch to a different class in Week 2.
Automotive Tech / Mechanic
Building Construction & Masonry
Cosmetology - Hair, Makeup, & Nails
Culinary Arts / Cooking
Digital Arts & Photography
EMS / Paramedic
Flight & Aviation
Green Architecture / Green Engineering
Health Science / Nursing
Logistics & Drones
Marketing & Business
Sports Medicine / Physical Therapist