College for Kids Returns to Tulsa Community College

May 29, 2018
A summer tradition returns to Tulsa Community College as College for Kids offers camp options for young students blending hands-on experience with focused learning. This summer children can build drones or robots, work in a fabrication lab, design a video game or make a movie with a smart phone. For those who dream of acting, two summer camps will focus on improvisation and musical theatre.

This popular summer program has provided educational and engaging fun for kids for more than 30 years through TCC’s Continuing Education and Workforce Development.

“The Discover Lab is one of the summer camps and is a great way to introduce students to the making process. They will see how 3-D printing, welding, soldering, laser cutting, vinyl cutting and heat sensing photography is done,” said Don Crall TCC Fabrication Lab instructor. “Plus we will cover basic safety and shop practices, build various racers, and learn about friction and simple mechanisms.”

Classes range from one to two weeks in length during June and July and may require additional equipment such as a camera and flash drive for the Photography class.

  • Discover Lab (Age 14-17)
  • Build Your Own Drone (Age 13-17)
  • Movie Making with a Smart Phone (Age 13-17)
  • Mathematical Imaginings (Age 13-17)
  • Game Generator (Age 13-17)
  • Photography (Age 13-17)
  • Robotics (Age 13-17)
  • Intro to Improvisation (Age 8-16)
  • Broadway Revival (Age 8-16)

College for Kids registration is online at or by calling (918) 595-7200.

TCC is partnering with the Khan Ohana Foundation to provide food for all of the College for Kids camps taking place at the TCC Northeast Campus. It does not include the Intro to Improv and Broadway Revival camps held at the TCC Southeast Campus.

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