Registration Open for Extended Studies & Youth Summer Programs

With summer right around the corner, registration is open to sign up for a wide range of Extended Studies and Workforce Education summer programs at Norwalk Community College, as well as an array of youth enrichment programs at the college.

An extensive offering of career development and certificate courses in areas such as health care, public safety, computers, bookkeeping, legal, real estate and travel are available at affordable investments of time and money. New courses for the summer semester include: Certified Professional Coder Program; Finding Your Next Job!; Re-Fire, Don’t Retire…What’s Next?;Workshop for Women 50+; Writing Your Cookbook; Starting Your Food Blog; Writing for Comic Books; and Introduction to Genealogy. An interesting selection of personal enrichment classes are also available for adults.

In addition, NCC welcomes youth (entering grades 1-12) to participate in their College for Kids summer program. Classes are held in one-week intervals starting the week of June 26 and ending the week of July 31. A new set of courses are offered each week (morning and afternoon sessions), and are geared to specific age groups.

The enrichment courses (for example, culinary arts and gardening) and academic classes (in areas such as computers, robotics, writing, math and a new STEAM Academy for High School Students) are interactive and engaging to help stimulate young minds. SAT Prep and ACT Prep courses for high school students are also available. Early registration is encouraged, as courses fill quickly. Please visit Extended Studies to view the College for Kids Summer 2017 schedule. Please be sure to register today to guarantee your seat.

For more information, please call (203) 857-7080 or email Midge King at mking@norwalk.edu.