Summer Career Camp returns to Career Tech Center

Community News |Apr 29, 2021|2 min read

MUSKEGON: The Career Tech Center (CTC) in Muskegon is proud to announce the return of its annual Career Camp for current seventh and eighth-grade students, June 14 through 17, 2021. Safety protocols, including wearing masks, staying six feet apart whenever possible, and frequent handwashing, will be in place. Interested students may choose to attend four of the nine different career exploration classes available. Students attend a new class each day from 8:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.

This year’s class options include Animal Planet (veterinary science); Auto Collision Repair; Electrical Tech (electricity/solar power); Got Ink? (graphic design and printing); Hospitality and Food Management (culinary arts and business); Internet, Network & Security (Computer Sciences); STEM–Put it all together: Sciences, Technology, Engineering & Math; and Welding Technology.

“We’ve seen several students who participated in our summer enrichment classes return as high school students,” said CTC Student Outreach Specialist Stephanie Hoekenga. “In fact, Alex Basaj (Whitehall), who attended our summer programs and returned as a high school student, recently graduated from Michigan Tech with his degree in Mechanical Engineering. Today he’s a Process Engineer for Mobex Global.”

Career Camp classes are $60 for the week and include a catered box lunch and a reusable face mask. For class descriptions and registration information on Career Camp, visit