One way for kids to beat the summer heat is to take some cool classes at Tarrant County College, and there are plenty of intriguing possibilities.
- TCC Northeast will have all-inclusive STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics) classes beginning on July 10.
- A special STEM class for Latina high school students is on the program at TCC Trinity River starting July 10.
- Young legal eagles will be interested in the Aspiring Young Lawyer Summer Camp at TCC Trinity River starting July 10. They’ll hear from experienced attorneys in various fields and will speak up for plaintiffs and defendants in mock trials.
- TCC Northwest and Trinity River get down to business teaching students now to create their own NFTs (non-fungible tokens), the latest craze in the financial world. The Northwest class starts on July 10 and the Trinity River class on July 13.
- TCC Trinity River also presents a class in Geographic Information Systems, a technological version of hide and seek in which students can use high-tech map coordinates to find hidden objects. That class begins on July 17.
- Also starting July 17 at TCC Trinity River is a class in Geospatial Engineering where mapping or visualization tools can create two- or three-dimensional maps.
- There’s a wide choice of courses offered at TCC South’s College for Kids. Acting, Digital Photography, Forensic Science, Lego Robotics, Sign Language, Spanish, and Web Design are among the many classes.
- Finally, for foodies, there’s TCC Southeast’s Culinary Camp at which aspiring chefs can get hands-on experience in the world of cooking.
Information on these and many more classes is available at https://www.tccd.edu/academics/ce/lifelong-learning/youth-programs/