July 22-25

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Come explore the world with us! We will use Google Maps, and Google Earth and other free mapping tools to virtually explore the world. Volcanoes, Shipwrecks, Sharks, and Whales will all be found as we explore the Earth and under the sea! Dive into a glass bubble on the other side of the planet, and have a look around. Go to a world-famous museum from your desk chair. We will even go into space via Google Moon, Mars, Sky, and the NASA website. We will learn about Skyscrapers and then further learn about Geography through a Breakout EDU game (which simulates an Escape Room brain puzzle activity). All participants must have a Google/Gmail account set up prior to starting as they will need to have their log in information available during the program.
YTH 718 30     1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.     BEDFORD     $166

Learning how to build simple games helps children with problem solving, design and logic. Using free software that your child can then use at home, we will explore various sites designed to introduce kids to the world of coding. Kids can earn badges for trying different skills and apps. All participants leave with a list of apps and websites they can use at home.
YTH 691 30     8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.     BEDFORD     $166

Students will learn about four different Master Artists in history. We will explore what their style is like, then create a painting in the style of that Master Artist. The materials we will use will be acrylic paints on canvas. Each student will complete at least four paintings in the style of four different artists. Students will learn to recognize differences between styles of artists and create their own style.
YTH 725 30     8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.     BEDFORD     $196

Do you love to accessorize your clothing? Learn how to create jewelry that suits your style, whether it be a necklace, a pair of earrings, a bracelet or a bag. At the end of the week children will showcase all of the accessories they have made.
YTH 731 30     8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.     BEDFORD     $332

Students will work together using the latest LegoMindstorms EV3 system to complete challenges every day. Each day will incorporate new sensors and programming instruction until the end of the week, when students will work in teams to build, program and battle their own robots!
YTH 754 30     8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.     BEDFORD     $312

In this fantastical acrylic painting class students will create surrealist artwork inspired by the famous artist Salvador Dali. Students will enjoy a little art history while practicing their Dali paining techniques. Movement breaks and fun games will also take place. It is sure to be a surreal experience.
YTH 751 30     8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.     BEDFORD     $312

Explore the amazing world of digital photography. You will learn about photo composition, lighting, editing and digital photography software. Some picture-taking experience is helpful, but not necessary. There will be photo assignments, a field trip and time spent in the computer lab enhancing your images. Bring your own digital camera with available memory each day and a portable memory stick. All field trips cost are included in the cost.
YTH 623 30     8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.     BEDFORD     $312

If you have taken Introduction to Veterinary Science or have volunteered in local animal clinics or facilities, this is for you. This advanced program is designed to immerse the animal enthusiast with a serious interest in veterinary science to the world of veterinary medicine through the utilization of case studies. You will build your knowledge through interactions with local professionals, laboratory experiments, field trips and more.
YTH 622 30     8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.     BEDFORD     $353

NEW MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE (AGES 12-16) **July 23-26 Tuesday-Friday**
What is Medical Laboratory Science? This program will inspire, prepare and motivate a diverse 
community of learners to think about entering the field of Laboratory Medicine with the tools and 
knowledge to contribute positively to the healthcare field.
Students will learn entry level medical laboratory techniques and perform routine lab testing in a 
hands-on environment and through various activities. If you love to do experiments and can see 
yourself working in a lab setting then this program is for you. A walking field trip to a local 
hospital is planned to see what a true lab setting looks like and to see the action, up close.

YTH 726 81      9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.      LOWELL      $332


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