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Youth Enrichment Programs

Registration and delivery of Youth Enrichment Programs will vary by program due to the COVID-19 situation. TCC will follow all Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and local guidelines to determine the delivery of these offerings for fall 2020 and spring 2021.

Please check the respective youth program page for updates as those determinations are made.


Young athletes and artists as well as future business persons, scientists and techies can pursue their interests.

College for Kids

Go to college and participate in a wide variety of exciting classes.

This year we are expanding our College for Kids course options. We are adding programming for grades 9 through 12 to our existing offerings for grades 1 through 8. In addition to our traditional three week courses, we are also offering other courses of various lengths. (one, two, four week)

Middle and High School Programs

  • Generation Hope
    Take part in a 3-year college preparatory middle school education program that focuses on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) curricula. Generation Hope helps economically disadvantaged students advance in the classroom and in life.
  • Latina STEM Fellowship
    Join other young women interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) for skill building, career exploration, education planning and mentorship.
  • STEM Arts and Technology for Students with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities
    Develop technical competencies and critical thinking skills while exploring new applications of technology and media.
  • TCC PREP
    Earn high school credit, prepare for college and sharpen your skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). TCC PREP a 7-week academic enrichment summer program that helps you prepare for careers in STEM fields.

Technical Requirements for Online Youth Enrichment Courses

Prior to the start of classes, students will be sent a welcome email with information on how to login and get started.

You will need regular access to a computer with an internet connection. High speed broadband access (LAN, Cable or DSL) is highly recommended for the optimal learning experience.

Contact

Northeast Campus

Community Education & Engagement
817-515-6500
ne.cee@tccd.edu

Northwest Campus

Community Education & Engagement
817-515-7759
nw.cee@tccd.edu

South Campus

Community Education & Engagement
817-515-4392
so.cee@tccd.edu

Southeast Campus

Community Education & Engagement
817-515-3420
se.cee@tccd.edu

Trinity River Campus

Community Education & Engagement
817-515-1071
tr.cee@tccd.edu

Updated October 05, 2020