@Corning Community College

1 Academic Drive, Corning

To apply, complete the online application on the website: www.corning-cc.edu/workforce. Call 607-936-5501 or email ilearn@corning-cc.edu with questions.

Art & Science of Cooking (Grades 7-10)

This week-long course will engage students to expand their palate through tasting and working with a variety of different fresh ingredients, including vegetables from the CCC campus garden. A strong focus on safety and ServSafe® principles will be the backbone of this course. Learn the science behind cooking through various demonstrations and hands-on labs. Students will gain a basic knowledge and understanding of the use of kitchen equipment and how to use it properly and safely. Students will learn the following cooking methods: sauteing, braising, baking, roasting, pan frying and steaming. On Friday afternoon, the program will end with an "Iron Chef-style" competition in which the students will create their own unique dishes, based on what they learned throughout the week, which will be judged.

Get Ready to Drive! (Grades 7-10)

Learn the basics you will need to start driving. Experience the following: disassemble/measure engine, construct a functioning electrical circuit, change/rotate tires; solder/repair wires, change headlights/tail lights, perform safety and brake checks, perform fluid checks, use Scan Tools, interact with information system (Shopkey/ Alldata), repair (using various methods)/prep/paint a dented body panel, custom airbrushing, beginning welding and replace/align fender. Course size is limited to 12 students. Students should wear long pants and closed toe shoes (no shorts, sandals). Students should pack a bag lunch; water and snacks will be provided.

Full STEAHM Ahead! (Girls, Grades 6-7)

The Full STEAHM Ahead Summer Workshop is a week-long program for middle school girls that focuses on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Health and Math education. Approximately 24 middle school girls from Chemung, Schuyler and Steuben counties will be selected based on essay applications to participate in this lowcost workshop. Girls will: learn how to code with Ozobots, creative coding robots; explore the night sky at CCC's Planetarium; perform in a drama production; develop math theory using supplies like pine cones; paint rocks to learn math sequences; learn to meditate and practice yoga for stress release; develop an engineering project that they can wear home and lots more. Also hear from women working locally in STEM careers to design your own career.

Please call Corning Community College at 607-936-5501 for more information including possible funding opportunities and to register!