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Montgomery College

Montgomery Summer Programs

Montgomery College: Career Camps

The Montgomery College/Montgomery County Public School Partnership is sponsoring a career camp for incoming 9th and 10th grade high school students who are interested in learning more about various careers prior to completing high school.  The camps will be held on all three campuses simultaneously.  Students will select a campus to attend and will choose two careers to survey (one if Biotechnology at Germantown). 

What are the benefits?

Many students graduate from high school without having a clear idea of a career they would like to pursue.  These camps will help introduce students to a number of different careers.  Upon completion of the camps, students will see the connection between high school, college and the workplace. 

Students will receive hands-on experiences that will help them decide if their chosen career is right for them.  They will learn about the various pathways and opportunities available in the careers they select to explore. 

What happens next?

It’s not too soon to begin preparation for a career.  If your child enjoys the summer Career Camps, he/she might want to pursue a career in one of the careers explored.  Over the next few years, your child will be taking rigorous academic courses to complete high school requirements.  As your child continues to map out classes from year to year, there will be opportunities to enroll in career-related courses offered at the high school.  Most of these career- related programs at the high schools will transfer to Montgomery College.  That means your child can be earning college credits during high school!  This program gives students a head start on college.  It also saves lots of money because the high school portion of the program is free, no tuition charges, no book charges!  If you would like more information about the College Tech Prep Program, please contact Lisa Carvallo at Lisa.Carvallo@montgomerycollege.edu or 301-610-4141. 


Program Cost:

Contact: Lisa.Carvallo@montgomerycollege.edu
Phone: 301-610-4141

Deadline: 04/16/04

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