Bismarck State College offers a new program, Kids on Campus, July 25-28 for students who have completed fourth through eighth grade. The new format for the college's previous College for Kids provides a full-day camp experience.
The daily schedule is 8:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m., and students will choose four different topics for each day of the program.
Kids on Campus will give children a chance to try out interests and activities they might not have in school, said Karen Selensky, conference manager with BSC's Continuing Education, Training and Innovation.
"We decided to format the week similar to a mini-conference for kids and give them the opportunity to explore several areas of interest and end the week with a featured speaker, author Brenda Ehrmantraut," Selensky said. "Brenda will teach the students about brainstorming ideas, the writing process and how to design a comic book to take home."
Classes include Crazy Kid Art, Digital Photography, Computer Mix A Lot, Building Geometrically, History on the Go, and Cooking Up a Story. All classes take place in BSC's National Energy Center of Excellence.
Registration deadline is July 20. Register and find details on BSC's website or call 224-5600.