Kids explore careers at Madison College summer camps

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It’s a summer of career exploration for students who want to learn about flying, welding, nursing, EMS, and science. 

The affordable one to four-day camps are at Madison College state-of-the-art facilities in Reedsburg, Portage and Watertown.

“We’re excited to be offering the youth summer camps again,” says Chelsey Bauer, Campus Manager, Madison College-Watertown. “This is a great opportunity for area youth to explore nursing, aviation, science, and EMS. These camps will allow youth to discover opportunities and shape their futures."

Madison College summer camp students learn in a nursing lab.
Students learn patient care in a realistic hospital setting.

Madison College Reedsburg Camps

EMS Camp July 30-Aug. 1 lets 8th-11th graders learn live-saving skills in CPR, trauma and medical emergencies. It’s a wonderful opportunity for youth interested in medical, fire, and first responder careers. The June 26 Intro to Nursing Camp teaches skills in monitoring vital signs, wound care, and caring for adults and infants, with practice in Madison College’s Reedsburg simulation lab.

Find more information and registration online at MadisonCollege.edu or contact the Reedsburg campus at 608 524-7800 or reedsburg@madisoncollege.edu

Madison College Portage Camps

Fun with Torches from June 17-21 kicks off the summer with campers building and designing a welding masterpiece. High School Advanced Welding on July 8-12 ups the skills for advanced students.
The July 22-26 Camp Triple C let’s students explore basic and more advanced CAD/CAM/CNC manufacturing process.

Find more information and registration online at MadisonCollege.edu or contact the Portage campus at 608 745-3100 or Portageoffice@madisoncollege.edu

Students from the Madison College Aviation Summer Camp pose for a photo.
It's a summer of excitement for aviation camp students.

 

 

Madison College Watertown Camps

The June 10 Science Camp spotlights the human body, especially the heart, brain and nervous system through lab tests and exercises. The EMS Camp on June 12-13 introduces students to CPR, trauma and medical emergencies. In the STEM-focused Aviation Camp on June 18-19, participants find excitement in the cockpit of a flight simulator, learning through hands-on activities, videos, and guest speakers. The June 26 Nursing Camp will give students skills in monitoring vital signs, wound care, and caring for adults and infants, with practice in MATC-Watertown’s simulation lab.

Find more information and registration online at MadisonCollege.edu or call the Watertown campus at 920-206-8000.