Camps - Indian River State College
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Camps

Indian River State College offers a variety of fun, challenging and educational summer experiences for primary, middle, and high school students.  Kids work directly with coaches, faculty, and staff as they develop key skills and explore their curiosities. 

IRSC is an EA/EO educational institution.   

Pre-College and Career Exploration

IRSC Pre-College and Career Exploration Camps can help you choose your perfect career through hands-on activities and one-on-one interaction with staff and faculty who are experts in their field.

Get firsthand experience in leadership and creating a new business.
Explore careers, and experience a simulated work environment while receiving mentorship from industry leaders! Instruction takes place virtually and in person.

For high school students 16 to 18 years of age.

For more information, contact Dr. Nick Brown at nbrown@irsc.edu or 772-462-7659.

Dates and Fees
Monday through Friday, March 15–26
8:30 a.m. to noon
Massey Campus
This camp is sponsored by the E.A.R.N. Project and offered at no charge to students.

Discover your future as you explore exciting career paths through the Quest Summer Program. During the three-week summer enrichment program, students will explore Career Pathways Clusters to identify major areas of career interest. They will use technology tools to access and research career information. Students will participate in exploratory tours including Public Safety, STEM, Bio-Technology, Arts, Digital Media, E-Learning and Health Science. Students will leave with an increased awareness that will aid them in choosing a career.

For boys and girls 14 to 16 years of age (as of June 1) who are residents of Indian River, Martin, St. Lucie, or Okeechobee counties. Parent or guardian must be able to document residency in the State of Florida one year prior to date of application to the program. 

For more information, contact Lila White at 772-462-7686 or lwhite@irsc.edu

Dates and Fees
Monday through Thursday, June 7–24
8:30 a.m. to noon
Massey Campus
Fee: $125.00 per camper. Scholarships, to cover camp cost, may be available on a first-come first-served basis.  

 

This program is open to students who are ages 14 to 16 as of June 1, 2021, who reside in and attend school in Okeechobee County. Parent or guardian must be a legal Florida resident. Parents and students must attend the summer program orientation.

Students will receive training and information on leadership and citizenship skills; receive relevant information on gangs, drugs and financial literacy; receive remediation in basic skills; receive remediation instruction in reading, writing and math; receive instruction on occupational skills and career exploration; and will be introduced to parenting skills.  All academic activities will be competency-based with achievement assessed on a daily basis. A pre- and post-test will be administered for each student. Students will investigate a selection of career training programs through exploration activities.  Students will be recognized for their accomplishments during their summer experience through an awards ceremony at the close of the summer program.

Students participating in this program have the opportunity to earn a weekly stipend.

For more information, contact Lila White at 772-462-7686 or lwhite@irsc.edu


Dates and Fees
Monday through Thursday, June 7 to July 29
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Dixon Hendry Campus
Fee: This camp is in partnership with the Children's Services Council of Okeechobee County. There is no charge to students.   

 STEM Camps

Discover the future of technology and develop valuable 21-st century life skills with STEM experiences offered through IRSC. 

Sports Camps

At IRSC Sports Camps, campers at all levels develop confidence and build critical skills while fostering an appreciation for health, fitness, and teambuilding. Camps take place during summer on the IRSC Massey Campus in Fort Pierce. 

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