Join us for specialized summer camps designed for students entering grades 5-10! Our customized camps are small, personalized and focused on the students’ interests.
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Thank you for your interest in the 2018 Summer Camps! Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (608) 757-7701 with any questions.
All students will be required to have Emergency Contact information on file. This information is part of the registration process and will need to be completed when submitting information contained in the Camp Welcome Packet.
A Skills Today: Careers for Tomorrow staff member will inform parents if a child is injured. A parent/guardian or emergency contact person designated by the parent must be available by phone in case of an emergency. In the event it becomes necessary for staff to obtain emergency care for your child, neither he/she nor the college assumes financial liability for expenses incurred. Parents should ensure that a child has personal medical coverage & accident insurance.
Blackhawk Technical College staff cannot administer any medication, prescription, non‐prescription or over the counter medicines to students. If a student needs to take medication during class, an Authorization to Self Medicate form provided and completed by your child’s physician must be provided to the program coordinator. A separate form must be completed for each medication, whether it is prescription or over the counter.
The program staff will provide a fun, relaxed and educational environment for the students. Participants are expected to demonstrate appropriate behavior and to follow the directions of staff. Behavior such as: aggressiveness and anger, fighting, inappropriate touching, verbal abuse, negative attitude and insubordination towards staff will not be tolerated.
The staff is knowledgeable about the traits and needs of school children and will attempt to diminish disruptive behavior by: Using preventive management techniques, encouraging self‐discipline, stressing positive behaviors, establishing class rules and guidelines.
Immediate behavioral problems will be handled by the instructor. Recurring behavioral problems will be referred to the Summer Camp Coordinator and parents will be notified. The instructor will employ the previously mentioned classroom management techniques. However, should the behavior continue or be severe enough, dismissal from the program may occur. Refunds will not be granted if a student is dismissed from the program due to disciplinary action.
Click here to view the registration process and required forms. Completed forms are accepted by mail or in person at our Central Campus (6004 S County Rd G, Janesville, WI). Scholarship applications must be submitted as part of the registration materials for consideration.
The Auto-Diesel Camp will be held at the Center for Transportation Studies located at 1740 W US Hwy 14, Janesville, WI.
The Battle Bots Camp will be held at the Advanced Manufacturing Training Center located at 15 Plumb St, Milton, WI.
The Agriculture Camp will be held at the Monroe Campus located at 210 4th Avenue Monroe, WI.
All other camps will be held at the Blackhawk Technical College Central Campus located at 6004 S County Road G, Janesville, WI.