College for Kids
New! College for Kids courses are now being offered all year.
In following the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and local guidelines, TCC will offer virtual College for Kids/Youth Enrichment Program courses for Spring 2021. Our courses will be delivered via Blackboard or Google Classroom.
As one of TCC’s many Youth Enrichment Programs designed to help young people reach their full potential, College for Kids provides an opportunity for children to enroll in academic, arts and crafts, science and technology and health and fitness courses. Courses are taught by experienced and motivated faculty who encourage and challenge students in an atmosphere that supports inquiry and exploration.
We hope to have you application information available later this semester. Join our Facebook group, TCC's College for Kids, to get notified when applications open.
Spring 2021 Information
Applications and Registration are now open!
- Applications must be completed prior to registration. You should receive an email confirmation of acceptance within 24 hours.
- Registration is now available in our new system MyTCCTrack.
This is an introductory course to the basic two-dimensional operations of computer-aided design and drawing using the AutoCAD software. This course is designed for children.
This is a course in spanish conversation with emphasis on listening comprehension and speaking skills. Activities will be based on vocabulary topics of general student interest and ability.
Gain knowledge of problem-solving skills through analogies, logic problems, plexers, and other puzzles and games.
Digital Draw, Paint, Sketch
Explore various techniques of painting and drawing through the use of charcoal, watercolor, and pencil.
Fly Me to the Moon
Get ready to let your imagination fly and go to the moon! Learn about Apollo 11 and new discoveries that we have learned since first landing on the moon. This course will be sure to get your brain energy flowing and learn about all the new discoveries the moon has shown us.
This course encompasses the exploration of the history and philosophy of engineering. Explore the main elements of engineering concepts, design, and construction. Hands-on activities and demonstrations to experience being an engineer.
Students learn the safe use of kitchen appliances and tools, plus basic nutrition facts.
Introduction to learning non-verbal communication through sign language. This conceptual approach will develop cross-cultural awareness.
Technical Requirements for Online CFK 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.
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Updated March 04, 2021