Middle-schoolers can learn about careers at Cuesta College camp

acornejo@thetribunenews.comJune 5, 2013 

Cuesta College is hosting a free career exploration summer camp for seventh- and eighth-graders.

Youth enrolled in the Career Technical Education camp participate in hands-on activities involving business, health, information science and welding.

“Students will learn about the different career choices in the CTE field in order to help them focus their future education pathways, and, additionally, they will gain a real-world understanding of wages and the cost of living,” said camp director and CTE faculty member Sabrina Robertson.

The camp will run from June 10 to June 13, and 50 spots remain open for enrollment. Registration must be completed online at http://is.gd/cuestaCTEcamp2013. For more details, call 546-3100, ext. 2840.

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