SPRINGFIELD, Vt. — Film Creation: Audio Post Production — this year Tech Campers will be immersed in technical audio post production for film. Participants will have the opportunity to create and add sound effects to video and will learn audio post production techniques that they can use in future video making projects such as personal YouTube videos and more!

Campers use their creativity to express themselves with a short story complete with pictures and photos of their choice. The group will create and take home a “Tech Camp Week Book” which will include bios and photos of all the campers. Campers will also design and print their own t-shirt!

Other programs include an exciting hands-on Robotics, Micro:bit coding, “Let’s Get Cooking” where students learn basic cooking skills and how to make nutritious snacks, First Aid will provide them with basic life-saving techniques as well as proper use of and removal of gloves. In 3-D printing with American Precision Museum, they will design and create solutions to challenges using the RVTC and APM 3D printers. This program is run in collaboration with the American Precision Museum. More programs are still in development stages.

All youth entering the seventh, eighth or ninth grade at any area middle school, private school or home school are eligible to attend “Tech Camp” . Space is limited to the first 50 to register. The Camp experience could turn your child onto a new and exciting hobby or interest and at the low price of $100 ($90 if registered prior to June 1) this is a steal!

Camp is scheduled for the week of June 17-21. at the River Valley Technical Center in Springfield, Vermont from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. each day. If your child’s school is still in session due to “snow days,” contact them because some schools will allow their students to be excused so that they can take part in this exciting alternative educational experience.

For more information or to receive a brochure and sign-up forms, contact Marie Gelineau, camp director, at 802-384-1561 or by email at mgelineau@rvtc.net

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