Benefit: offers children an enriching alternative to the traditional summer day camp
Benefit: five different camps full of variety and fun open the college's athletic and recreational resources to sports-minded youth
* Basketball Camp
* Field Hockey Camp
* Soccer Camp
* Sports Fitness & Readiness
* Tennis Camp
Most camps are held five days a week from 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. in the Physical Education building on the MCCC West Windsor campus. Optional swimming is available from 3 to 3:30 p.m. daily.
Benefit: Theater - Dance - Music - Video - Visual Arts
The longest running, most successful multidisciplinary summer arts program in central New Jersey.
SESSION I (grades 8 - 12+) -- July 5 through July 22, 2021
SESSION II (grades 4 - 7) -- July 26 through August 12, 2021
MASTER CLASS in Acting
for students entering grades 8 - 12+ in the Fall who have an interest in pursuing acting as a potential career path
Focus on helping students learn how to prepare a polished audition piece, as well as further develop their skills in scene work. Students will learn all the “ins and outs” of show business: how to find jobs, audition, agents, headshots, etc. Classes to be held outdoors, weather permitting. Each session culminates with an evening of theater.
SESSION I -- July 5 through July 23, 2021
SESSION II -- July 26 through August 13, 2021
Saturday morning creative theatre workshops, presented in conjunction with Youth Stages under the direction of Jean Prall Rosolino.
Benefit: academic, career, and personal counseling
Educational Talent Search provides individual and group counseling sessions, academic advisement and technical assistance to Trenton youth (grades 6-12) and adults, high school drop-outs, and college stop-outs in the areas of career exploration, educational planning, college entrance examination preparation, admission and financial aid procedures and tutoring, on a limited basis, for the purpose of encouraging and assisting in their enrollment in college. All services are free!
Benefit: supports educationally and economically disadvantaged Trenton students who have the desire and potential to succeed in college
During the school year, students receive academic instruction in college preparation and college level courses, after-school tutoring, and preparation for the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT). By participating in career, academic and personal counseling sessions, students learn to make difficult decisions about which colleges to attend. College visits and educational field trips are included. All services are free!