To educate its community about clean energy, the Center for Energy Education will host two summer camps for Halifax County youth.
C4EE staff and local teachers, with help from C4EE’s high school interns, will execute lessons and activities about renewable energy on the center’s campus at 460 Airport Road in Roanoke Rapids.
The four-day summer camps will be held Monday through Thursday, June 12-15 and July 10-13. Daily programming will include activities on renewable energy, reading, science, and math. Lessons will be culturally inclusive and developmentally appropriate activities that support different cultures, backgrounds and age levels.
The camps will feature hands-on experiments that focus on STEM education. Each day will also encourage and support physical activity efforts.
“Our renewable energy summer camps not only provide a fun opportunity to boost classroom learning but they also generate future momentum in our clean energy future,” said Mozine Lowe, C4EE’s executive director. “Our campus offers ample indoor and outdoor space that will ensure a memorable experience for participants.”
Planning is still underway and specifics on times and cost will be announced soon.
Visit C4EE’s website for additional details.