SUN Area Technical Institute is excited to announce that we will once again be holding Free Summer Career Exploration Camps! Come learn about careers, explore your possibilities, meet new friends, and learn while having some fun using your hands to create projects! Parents are invited to a picnic luncheon on the last day where they can view presentations and completed student projects. Awards and recognitions would be handed out at this time as well.
What Camps are We Offering?
When are the Camps Running?
The camps will run from June 16-19 from 9:30 AM – 2:00 PM. Campers will need to pack a lunch and provide their own transportation to and from SUN Tech. Camp size are limited, so register ASAP!
Who Can Sign Up?
We welcome any students from our participating school districts (Lewisburg, Mifflinburg, Midd-West, Selinsgrove, Shikellamy) who will be in going into 9th, 10th or 11th grade in the 2014-2015 school year.
How do I Sign Up?
Just download and print the registration form, fill it out, and send it to SUN Tech.
Help! I Need More Information!
Contact Us through the web or call SUN Tech at (570) 966-1031.
The focus of the Robotics Camp will be to learn basic terms, programming, and sound logic for assembling and designing a LEGO (snap together) Mindstorm NXT robot from a kit that will be provided to each team. Activities will build upon the completion of a Battlebot and each team will compete in a Battlebot challenge the last day of camp. Parents are invited Friday to attend a pizza lunch and watch the competition.
Bluetooth technology will be used to communicate with the Battlebot. The Mindstorm kit includes four sensors: an ultrasonic sensor, 2 touch sensors and the all-new color sensor. The color sensor has triple functionality in that it can distinguish colors and light settings, and can also function as a lamp.
You will also engage in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) activities, learn about CareerLink and careers in the robotics field, listen to a guest speaker and tour SUN Tech.
Monday’s Class is in Wood Working. Students will spend the day in the Wood Products Manufacturing program. The instructor will demonstrate how to produce parts for a tile frame. Upon completion of the demonstration, and after receiving instructions on the proper used of select hand tools, the students will each assemble their own tile frame which will be used in their masonry project.
Tuesday’s Class is in Masonry. Students will be introduced to basic bricklaying skills as well as associated safety standards. In addition, students will complete a small tile project, which will be started in the Advanced Wood Products session. At the conclusion of the Masonry session, students will take their tile project home.
Wednesday’s Class is in Carpentry. Students will learn basic hand and power tool safety and read a basic blue print. Through teamwork the students will complete a small work bench project. Each student will finish their own work bench with paint or stain.
Thursday’s Class is in HVAC. Students will be learn the importance of maintaining heating and air conditioning equipment for comfort and efficiency. Infra red cameras will be used to demonstrate where heat is lost in buildings. Demonstrations will show students how to maintain equipment for efficiency and comfort such as cleaning filters etc.
Health, Science, and Safety Camp
The Health, Science, and Safety Camp will teach leadership and entry level skills needed in the health, dental, and criminal justice occupations. Stu-dents will explore career opportunities and build self-esteem through communication activities, workplace readiness skills, and activities.
The dental portion will do an examination of a mouth, learn how teeth are numbered and positioned, what teeth are made of and what x-ray’s show the doctor.
Criminal Justice will focus on crime scene skills; identifying, and developing fingerprints, creating foot and tool impressions, serology, forensic anthropology and evidence collection.
Health Sciences will explore a variety of skills including infection control, growth of a bacteria, sterilization and basic nurse aide skills.
You will also engage in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) activities, learn about CareerLink and careers in the health, science and safety fields, listen to guest speakers and tour SUN Tech.