Ebony Woman Looking Horny Germany Have A Women Seeking Men For Wife And I
Never posted here before and have no issue getting a women my age. Sexy voice m4w Just walked in he door from work and it was a long shift. I do and I enjoy my work.
|Seeking:||I Looking Nsa|
|Relation Type:||18yo Seeking A Little Fun With Any Woman Out There;|
Seeking for some blk and boobies to lick and eat. 30ish Married Black Female Interested In Making New Friends I am an intelligent, curvy (size 14), sometimes shy, African American female looking to meet new friends.
This is NSA so nothing else than best orgasms are required.
Meet thousands of single mature women in Waterbury Ct with Mingle2's free personal ads and chat rooms. Our network of mature women in Waterbury Ct is the perfect place to make friends or find an mature girlfriend in Waterbury Ct. Find hundreds of single Connecticut mature females already online finding love and friendship in Waterbury Ct!
Sign up in 30 seconds and meet someone. Waterbury Ct Single Mature Women. Mature Women in Waterbury Tressa. Waterbury Mature Single Women mustang I like snowmobiling,boating,clic cars,UFC,movies,fishing,bowling,shopping well I am a female lol My friends think I am a great catch,smart,funny,kind,great job and do not understand Dating Mature Girls in Ct Vandora.
Mature Girls in Waterbury cvulcano. Looking for love and hoping to find Mr. Waterbury Mature Single Girls stickmerealgood. I am a sweet, caring, compionate, hopeless romantic. I am honest, dependable, hard working, trustworthy and a good listener.
I am a little shy at first sometimes but once I really get to know someone How do you sell yourself without sounding like a conceited witch? I guess if you ask my friends and family they would tell you that I'm an easy going, laid back, intelligent, caring woman.
Meet Mature Women in Waterbury happygril Mature Women Seeking Men in Waterbury latinlady Mature Girls in Waterbury latinlady You are a Man Woman. Looking for a Man Woman.
This is a part-time temporary position with a schedule of 30 hours per week for a period of six months, with the possibility of extension dependent upon funding and program needs. Temporary University Specialist Position. Job Posted on September 10, Please reference search HR in your application.
Job Posted on August 8, The UConn Department of Human Development and Family Studies seeks academically and professionally qualified instructors to serve as adjunct faculty in a variety of undergraduate courses starting in August, Courses are taught in Storrs, Hartford, Waterbury, and Stamford.
Adjunct faculty typically teach one — two courses per semester and are paid by the course. Course descriptions can be found at https: An earned PhD or other terminal degree in an area relevant to the field; previous teaching experience of relevant courses. These are temporary positions teaching one course for a period of one semester, with the possibility of extension depending upon program needs and available funding.
Successful applicants will be contacted to schedule an interview. Please submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae indicating which course s you seek to teach. These items and any other relevant materials e. This is a pool posting. Screening of applications will begin immediately and will continue until positions are filled.
The School of Business Career Development Office CDO is seeking one full-time Temporary University Specialist to provide career coaching as well as career development and placement services to graduate students. This position will work in close collaboration with staff in the FRM program, in addition to School of Business and other University of Connecticut departments. Evening and weekend hours will be required in support of program events.
In-state travel to the Stamford campus and other University campuses may also be required on occasion in support of program needs. This is a full-time temporary position with a schedule of 35 hours per week for a period of six months, with the possibility of extension dependent upon funding and program needs.
Temporary University Specialist Coordinator: The Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the conservatory program which awards approximately 36 scholarships to area middle and high school aged students who are studying voice or a musical instrument. The Coordinator typically organizes and implements the annual audition process that takes place during the spring semester. This includes managing the mailing and mailing list of public schools and area teachers, receiving and reviewing applications, assigning audition times and sitting for the actual, auditions.
Once students have been awarded a scholarship, the Coordinator works with the students to find a teacher or works with their current teachers. Throughout the school year, the Coordinator assigns students to participate in one of three fully produced recitals and organizes the recital program, schedules a series of master classes, monitors student attendance at assigned performances and, participates in fundraising and development functions, and, makes certain that scholarships recipients complete the three required writing assignments each year.
This is a temporary, part-time position with a schedule of approximately 10 hours per week for a period of six months, with the possibility of extension. The weekly schedule will be determined with direct supervision of the Jorgensen staff. Please submit a resume , cover letter and contact information for three professional references to via email to: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled with start date of August 2, Employment of the selected candidate will be contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment criminal background check.
Under the direction of the Associate Dean for Graduate Studies, Research and Creative Practices, the Web and Video Designer Temporary Specialist is responsible for designing websites and providing video, photo, and editing support designed to promote UConn School of Fine Arts academic departments and performing and cultural arts venues. This is a temporary, part-time position approximately 15 — 20 hours per week based in Storrs with an end date of September 30, The work schedule is negotiable.
Compensation will be commensurate with experience. Qualified candidates will be contacted to schedule an interview. The Travel office is seeking applicants for the position of Temporary University Specialist. This individual will report to the Director of Accounts Payable and Travel. The scope of responsibilities will include the following: Demonstrated customer service skills. Ability to work independently and exercise good judgment. Excellent computer skills including proficiency in use of Microsoft Office Products.
Working knowledge of office operations and University procedures. Familiarity with Kuali Financial Systems. This is a temporary 4 month position starting August 27, Because of the special nature of this appointment, there is no guarantee of continuing service beyond the specified end date of December 31, Please send a cover letter , resume , and list of three professional references with contact information to Jessica.
Employment of the successful candidate will be contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment criminal background check. Successful applicants will be contacted to schedule an interview within one week approximately once posting is closed. The School of Business Career Development Office CDO is seeking a full-time Temporary University Specialist to provide career coaching as well as career development and placement services to graduate students.
In-state travel to the Graduate Business Learning Center in downtown Hartford and other University campuses may also be required on occasion in support of program needs.
The University of Connecticut is committed to building and supporting a multicultural and divers community of students, faculty and staff. Job Posted on March 14, The UConn Department of Public Policy seeks academically and professionally qualified instructors to serve as adjunct faculty in a variety of assignments starting in August, Courses are taught in Hartford, Storrs and online.
All of our courses are graduate level courses taught to prepare students for professional careers. The exception is Introduction to Public Policy which is for undergraduate students. These courses support the nationally ranked Master of Public Administration program and the Master of Public Policy program.
Adjunct faculty typically teach one course per semester and are paid by the course. Course descriptions can be found at http: Applicants who hold a Master-level degree must be professionally qualified with 10 or more years of management experience in their topic area and the relevant terminal degree.
Applicants with a Ph. These are temporary positions teaching one course for a period of one semester, with the possibility of extension dependent upon program needs and available funding. Review of applications will continue until the positions are filled. These items and any teaching evaluation if available should be submitted to wade. Job Posted on November 22, The incumbent will work with the Department Head and other faculty and the Office of Sponsored Programs on grants and contracts.
This is a temporary appointment. The salary is commensurate with experience. This position is 21 hours per week. The position term is monthly, which may be continued pending need and funding.
Please submit a letter of application , resume , and the names and contact information of three professional references to Birgit Sawstrom birgit. Job Posted on June 29, All our courses are project-based with a focus on writing and revision. We are a post-process program that emphasizes guiding students into the practices of academic writing and the work of the university.
More information about the FYW program can be found at http: An earned PhD or equivalent terminal degree in an area relevant to the field; previous teaching experience of First-Year writing intensive courses in an institution of higher education; some previous graduate coursework in rhetoric and composition.
These are adjunct part-time faculty positions generally appointed on a semester-by-semester basis. Please submit a cover letter , a curriculum vitae , sample teaching materials usually syllabi, one or two assignment prompts, and a sample of student writing , a statement of teaching philosophy , and 3 reference contacts to lisa.
The Department of Accounting in the School of Business is seeking qualified adjunct faculty to teach undergraduate and graduate level courses at the Storrs and regional campuses including Hartford, Waterbury, and Stamford in the Fall semester.
A link to undergraduate and graduate accounting courses can be found below:. An earned PhD or terminal degree in an area relevant to the field; previous teaching experience in an institution of higher education; management experience in a corporate, government, or non-profit setting.
These are temporary adjunct faculty positions which are generally appointed on a semester by semester basis.
Applications should be submitted electronically to acct uconn. If applicable, applicants should clearly state in the body of the email by course number the courses they are applying to teach and attach a copy of their curriculum vitae and other relevant materials such as course syllabi and teaching evaluations. Applicants can also provide a description of relevant expertise to teach courses not currently offered, e.
Screening of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled. Applicants whose qualifications align with current teaching needs will be contacted to schedule an interview. Department of Human Resources. How can we help you? Basic experience in tissue histology, neuroanatomy, microscopy, and molecular biology Possess excellent planning and organizational skills Possess demonstrable skills in oral and written communication in science, including ability to independently write reports and present data required.
Provides training and support to other Simulation Center personnel in the technical aspects of simulation. Examples of duties include: TO APPLY Please submit a resume , cover letter addressing each qualification listed above, and contact information for three professional references to: Set up equipment, test functionality, assist users and take down portable equipment at the end of the event.
Support video recording, video conferencing and streaming systems. Set up cameras, tripods, audio feeds and other video capture equipment. Use streaming service to webcast events and classes. Check video and audio feeds to confirm live broadcast.
Contact users to review technical needs, update event support calendar and work with student support assistants to provide support.
Create documentation and instructions for equipment setup, room configuration and user functions. Assist with other support needs of the IT department.
Troubleshoot technical problems, create work orders and resolve issues. Perform other duties as assigned. Ability to work independently and regularly exercise judgment.
Ability to provide audio-visual and computer support. Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills. Excellent writing and communications skills. Experience with computer and systems support. Experience working in a University setting. Travel planning includes setting transportation, room reservations, meals, social activities, development of itineraries and agendas, etc. Set-up and coordinate registration using website based RSVP forms. Confirm venue reservations, rentals, and event production details.
Order catering for all necessary events and receptions. Order equipment rentals e. Schedule and coordinate equipment and instrument moving to event venues. The primary administrative responsibilities of the Event Assistant position include: Book travel and accommodations for special visitors and presenters. Create detailed itineraries for visitors and presenters. Initiate and follow up on payments and reimbursements for presenters.
Create detailed event schedules in consultation with Director. Summer Academy programs are offered during both July and August, which means you can participate in more than one option.
Each one-week program provides you with an intensive, hands-on exploration of the area of study. Each sport session follows a similar format, with individual skills, group stations, contests of the day, and game play. All campers will receive a Sports Academy t-shirt and the ever-popular Car Magnet.. This All Skills camp, for girls ages , is designed to teach the fundamentals of volleyball along with the opportunity to improve on individual skills.
The curriculum will cater to those ranging from elite to beginner levels. The players will be grouped by age and skill level so that they can compete in a safe and competitive environment.
The Den, 30 Baker Hollow Rd. Boys Camp is back this summer. This camp will be open to boys entering 7thth grade and will be very focused on helping players master the fundamentals. Each day will feature some tournament play as well usually 2v2, 3v3 or 4v4. Give your body the tune-up it needs just in time for your high school volleyball tryouts. This day camp is designed to hone your skills in an intense but fun environment.
Incoming 9th graders are welcome with or without experience. Middle school players with prior club experience will be accepted on a case by case basis. Nutmeg Volleyball Camp at Loomis Chaffee School includes top quality volleyball instruction and 24 hour supervision with the goal of providing a safe and fun volleyball experience. Dormitory housing on campus and all meals are provided for overnight resident campers.
Extended Day campers will have lunch and dinner provided. All day camp for children is from 9: Children will enjoy science experiments, cooking, field trips, special vistors, games, painting, stem activities, crafts and more based on the "Theme of the week". Please call for more info and to register. We get active and get outdoors daily! Summer is the time to explore, learn and grow. Our well-rounded program encourages campers to build friendships and develop an appreciation for nature and science.
Indoor and outdoor activities create wonderful opportunities for fun and exploration. Each week a different nature inspired theme reflects our commitment to the natural world around us. This summer is going to be amazing! First, we have a new name, Day Camps The J! Second, Day Camps The J will encompass all of our summer camp programs, including O-la-mi our traditional day camp and new sports and creative specialty camps. The Jewish values of kindness, respect, compassion, and community that O-la-mi was built on are more important than ever.
Day Camps The J will continue to be a place where campers, their families and our staff come together to learn, grow, build confidence and make lifelong friendships. Program and registration information. In all those years we have learned the basic truth about all kids - they just want to have FUN!
There's an abundance of fun to be had at High Meadow Day Camp and as our campers play and enjoy their summer days they also master new skills, overcome challenges and build confidence. At the same time they develop special friendships and come away with memories that last a lifetime.
Our trained, certified staff members teach fun and varied activities. The small counselor to camper ratio encourages the development of diverse skills by working in small, intimate groups and encouraging each camper. Learning to take risks is an important part of growth and development. High Meadow provides a safe, comfortable environment for children to take that extra step toward making them more confident.
The facilities and programs offered at High Meadow Day Camp are of the highest quality. Our accreditation by the American Camping Association assures parents that we have met the highest health and safety standards in the camping industry.
We are also inspected and licensed annually by the State of Connecticut. Ben Chaback, Mailing Address: The legendary George Balanchine created many major roles for Ms. Govrin, and today she excels as both a teacher and choreographer. All of our professional faculty, many with deep roots in the Balanchine tradition, will provide the nurturing and guidance to enrich your own experience..
Although we are located in a church we are not a religious program. NCCCC was established in in response to a need for quality child care. The Center is open Monday through Friday from 6: We ask that parents choose a nine hour period within this time frame.
All of our counselors are at least 18 years of age; most are in college. Children between the ages of 5 having completed Kindergarten and 12 may register. Enrollment is on a first come first serve basis. Please call Kathy for more information or check out our website at http: Explore the visual arts this summer with week-long summer programs for ages 4 to Programs are available for Ages , Ages , and Ages Each one or two week program includes: Morning drop-off beginning at 8: Space is limited; please enroll early!
We have three amazing programs this summer! Professional theatre artists work with Junior Company members to mount a musical. Students entering grades participate in a three-week theatre intensive including workshops and master classes taught by a variety of professional theatre artists.
Students will also have the opportunity to attend a Broadway show with cast talk back! A unique musical theatre program for children with special needs! Children ages will rehearse and put on a musical. For more information on programming please contact Education Director Meredith Walker: The Palace Theater - Summer Camp. Triple Threat Performer Intensive. This week-long theatre arts intensive is designed to propel aspiring performers to reach dynamic new levels of skill.
Students will fully engage in master classes exploring the disciplines of acting, singing, and dancing Musical Theater, Body Percussion, Hip-Hop, Latin Fusion and more. At the end of this transformative week, students will have a deeper understanding of how to successfully integrate song, dance, and character.
A fun-filled week of Circus-Arts Workshops where students learn exciting new skills, including: Camp participants will take away performance skills, gain confidence and experience the joy of Circus! Information and Registration ,. We provide a variety of activities that are age-appropriate and designed to offer children and early teens a full day of learning and fun during the summer. Courses include adventure sports boogie boarding, fishing, kayaking, snorkeling, SUP, surfing , marine science, power boating, and sailing.
Strong focus on STEM education, and building confidence, teamwork and leadership skills. Fully trained, certified and experienced staff members. For more information, please visit www.
Back to Program s. Summer Theater Camps for Kindergarden through 12th grade. Check registration pages for ages in each program. Preschool Storybook Theatre Afternoon Camp. Broadway Blast One Week Camp. Aesop's Fables One Week Camp. Basics of Beautiful Singing Evening Class. Advanced Vocal Technique Evening Class. Snow White One Week Camp. Hungarian Nights Song and Dance Camp.. Office and Box Office: Take a Step Back into Another Time. For teens age The YWLC Summer Institute is a five-week leadership experience designed for young women ages to further enhance their communication, leadership, higher education and career exploration goals.
Girls will develop life skills, build self esteem, and learn healthy habits. Program dates run from July 13 through August 14 Monday-Thursday and is free to girls in the greater Hartford area. Selection is based on application and program availability. Westfield Academy - Westfield Academy is a community debate, Model United Nations, and leadership school that operates for the academic year. We also run three one-week sessions of summer camp in June.
Our students compete in local, state, regional, national and international debate competitions and participate in Model United Nations conferences. Westfield students have been very successful. Ages 8 to 18 - All levels welcome from Very Advanced to Beginner; no prior experience necessary.
For all weeks, debaters and MUNers will be grouped based on age and experience. Quaker Meeting House, S. Quaker Lane, West Hartford Devon Point Farm - Devon Point Farm Camp is an on-the-farm, week-long summer day camp full of learning and fun for children ages 4 to Our campers are part of an amazing outdoor classroom!
Parents, we want to offer your child an opportunity to experience science, biology, horticulture, animal husbandry and nutrition in our living classroom. From people who care about you, your family, our environment and our society. Camp Cuheca - Camp Cuheca is an innovative, multifaceted summer day camp specializing in Adventure and Animal Therapy for children and youth ages that need individualized support and extra adult supervision.
Groups of eight campers are supported by two highly trained adult Camp Counselors and a Jr. The camp was designed for children and youth that might not otherwise be successful in a traditional camp setting. Lunch and two snacks will be provided.
Available for an additional charge. Camp Tuition Scholarships available contact Director. Tina Cote, Camp Cuheca Director, The program is led by trained, knowledgeable, and caring staff with segmented offerings for Grades K-2, , and a 1-week pre-K program in mid-July.
YB World Taekwondo Academy - Active Kids is a full day, 3 week summer program that combines academic growth with physical fitness. Our certified tutors and instructors will provide a fun, active and safe experience for children to develop their minds and bodies.
If you are looking for a meaningful and enriching experience for your children, look no further. Our program combines the best aspects of academic and physical education to create an unforgettable summer.
YB World Taekwondo Academy is a traditional martial arts school for 25 years in Stamford teaching students World Taekwondo Federation certified Taekwondo with a focus on education and character building.
For a full class listing, go to www. This state-licensed camp brings together professional teaching artists from Community Music School and throughout the region to the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center. A diverse range of activities is offered on a rotating basis to ensure a fresh experience for even the most frequent camper. Arts in CT - Summer Camp. Create Your Own Experience. We have three streams of summer camps: It includes four classes music, theater, art, dance jazz, tap and ballet for the campers- both indoor and outdoor and varies in level and age group.!
Insports is proud to offer a multitude of summer camp choices! We have a traditional camp which will feature art, science, and a variety of activities through a non-competitive approach. If sports are all you think about, then our ultimate sports camp will be the perfect place to hone your athletic skills. Sport Specific camps will allow your son or daughter to develop important skills so they are one step ahead of the competition!
Our Ultimate Sport, Traditional, and Wildcat camps are for children ages and are offered every week of the summer June 19th-August 31st. Our sport specific camps are offered at various weeks throughout the summer and are for children ages ! Insports Summer Camp is truly the best of both worlds. Rain or shine, your child will get to enjoy camp in our beautiful , square foot indoor facility. Our newly updated outdoor area will feature a giant inflatable water slide, bounce house, picnic tables, GaGa pit, and much more!
For more information or to register today, visit our website at http: Activities include flying trapeze, aerial silks, trampoline, tightwire, juggling and much more! Absolutely no experience necessary. Campers who are not picked up by 2: Reservations for after-school care are not required.
To register, visit https: Email us at info FearlessTrapeze. Day Camp for Future Filmmakers. Learn the art of film-making at The Ridgefield Playhouse!
All you need is a smart phone, an imagination and a desire to make a movie! Campers will watch and analyze movies, receive hands-on instruction on storytelling, writing, directing and editing.
Plus, they will learn how to use multiple camera lenses, fly a remote controlled drone, and use visual angles and lighting to help them creatively tell a story in their own artistic style. During the 2-weeks, each camper will make a music video and a 3-minute short film. Every camper will show one of their films on the big screen at The Ridgefield Playhouse on the last 2 days of camp with different awards being given out for originality, creativity, cinematography, story, etc.
All campers will leave camp with the knowledge, skills and equipment to go off and make their own artistic films in the future! The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 17 years of age must provide a signed Participation Agreement and remain in the Microsoft Store for the duration of the event.
Do you love to sing, dance and act? Well, this is the camp for you! We'll learn songs, scenes and dances, play theatre games and rehearse a show to be presented for family and friends at the end of the week. Lots of laughing is encouraged! The camp is a week long and space is VERY limited, so register now to avoid disappointment!
Come to have fun and you just might discover some talent you didn't know you had! Instructed by Andrew Morrisey, a New York based actor, singer and teacher.
Andrew is excited to bring this popular camp to Giuliano's! Northwest Catholic High School has a long and proud history of outstanding sports programs, and our summer athletic camps follow in that celebrated tradition. All our summer sports camps are led by Northwest Catholic's experienced and winning coaches.
Camps are open to all Connecticut children grades 4 - 9. Our popular Instrument Explo camp gives students a chance to discover and play all of the instruments in the band and orchestra along with guitar and ukulele. This camp is a great opportunity for students to explore each instrument and choose their favorite! Talcott Mountain Science Center - Enroll your child in a summer of endless science fun.
Located high atop Talcott Mountain, this day program is especially designed for intellectually excited girls and boys. Children in grades K-8 can attend for the summer or just by the week. The season runs from the last full week of June to the second week of August. Talcott Mountain is also a place for the musical, the artistic, the scientific and the inquisitive. A place to make new friends, equipped with instruments of discovery. A place where everyone cares about children and where your child will thrive!
Your child will explore and create in a hands-on program developed by educators and scientists at TMSC. Transform your child's love for technology and video games into and exciting learning adventure this summer. Our Coding Camps offer an immersive environment for children to explore and develop new skills, gain confidence, and have fun with friends. It's an unforgettable summer experience! Code Ninjas- Trumbull, CT. Call for schedule and Cost.
The Seedlings Day Camp is a full day program 9am-3pm for children who are 4 and 5 years old and fully potty trained. This camp will introduce children to the world of day camp. Session are one week long and run throughout the summer. Before and after care available.
Bushy Hill Day Camp for campers ages 5 to Daily activities include teambuilding using our ropes course, hiking, field group games, fire making, tracking, swimming and other water activities, plant identification, and exploring of the vast natural surroundings. Bushy Hill Scout Survival Camp , for ages 13 to 16, is a camp that focuses on wilderness living and survival skills. Bushy Mountain Teen Camp is a camp for teenagers ages 13 to 16 who are ready and willing to take on responsibility.
The campers will be using cooperation and communication with their peers to perform team building activities and participate in service-learning projects. The Counselor in Training Program at Bushy Hill offers teens the unique opportunity to learn and develop skills as a counselor.
Ages 16 to All day camp sessions are two-weeks long and run throughout the summer, 8: Before and after care is available for all campers. Transportation available except for Seedlings. Camp Cuheca - An innovative ,multifaceted summer day camp specializing in Adventure and Animal Therapy for children ages that need individualized support and extra adult supervision.
Groups of 8 campers are supported by two highly trained adult camp counselors and a Jr. Lunch and two snacks are provided. It is a 7 week camping experience ,campers may choose to come all 7 or pick and choose their weeks. Contact Tina Cote Camp Director at ext Our camp will run 5 days a week, 2 half day sessions a day and is offered to children between the ages of 8 and 16 and of all skills levels.
July 9 to August 3, We encourage first timers to participate! For the Season we will offer one week 5 days Mon-Fri of camp with two four hour sessions per day, one in the morning and one in the afternoon.
If a longer session is needed, special arrangements can be made, and would include signing up for both morning and afternoon sessions. We will be exploring the waters of the Long Island Sound, offering a complete, unique outdoor experience! Campers will be guided by Coast Guard licensed captains daily, teaching them the basic fundamentals needed to catch their own fish.
Get ready for a two week fun and imaginative summer program where rising students learn all aspects of theater while rehearsing a minute Shakespeare play! Elm Shakespeare invites children ages to jump into Shakespeare's magical world at the Elm Shakespeare Players Camp. Space is limited so register today! Sessions run in June, July and August. Open for students 7 - The maximum number of campers at each session is Our teaching artists are working actors, stage managers, directors, and designers.
Students must bring their own lunch, as no food will be provided. Final performances are at 2: We accept all campers, including those with special needs. Our STEM and Design Academy provides individual topics at advanced levels for experienced students wanting deeper guidance and learning.
Read our summer camp details for forms, camp location, deposit and cancellation policies, and more. We offer Tuition Assistance.
All campers, full day and Junior, share the library space, with our Junior campers located in a quiet spot with plenty of open space. Over the past 15 years, we have enabled many special needs youth and young adults to discover and develop their talents in various topics of technology and design. Parents looking for such a resource may wish to contact us to see if our programs may be beneficial. Deadline for online registration for all camps: Sunday June 17, by Camp will run weekly, from June August 17, Monday-Friday.
Registration is now open, and discounts are available. Minds on Science - Minds On Science is now enrolling for the summer of ! This original enrichment science program has served thousands of children in the area since All classes are taught by highly experienced and certified teachers eager to spark fun and learning for each child. The field of science is every growing, we invite your young scientist to join us for new opportunities and experiences!
Learn more at www. An intensive two-week fiction writing program in which students explore and discover themselves as writers. Students will understand the basics of writing, explore genre, outline and craft stories, learn the editing process, and prepare a manuscript for publication. At the conclusion of the program, students will produce an anthology and have the option of publishing their work. Can bring a Laptop or tablet.
You do not need to be a student at WCNS to attend the 5 week program. Join us for relaxed, outdoor fun in a safe and nurturing environment overseen by experienced WCNS teachers. Most of the day will take place outdoors on our playground. Get creative, innovative, and have fun through the arts by choosing from a catalog of unique and contemporary weeklong workshops.
With everything from mixed media studios to themed courses delving into graffiti, design, and culture, each workshop will include hands-on projects and a new way to look at art. Your child will practice thinking creatively and critically! All workshops offer something for everyone ages Morning camps run from 9: In instances where morning and afternoon classes feature the same theme, activities and direction will be designed to be age-appropriate.
Registration fees vary based on materials costs. Camp Argo - Camp Argo is an outdoor recreational day camp for all campers ages 4 - 14 yrs. Our full camp day is from 9am-4pm with optional extended camp beginning at 7: We also offer an Inclusion Program serving those in our community with special abilities.
Camp Argo believes in empowering campers of all abilities to dream big, be kind to one another, find their strengths, try their best, and learn to lead by example. To us, this is the definition of a HERO! Mailing Address - Boston Post Rd. Camp Location - Mapledale Rd. We will mount a full production of a musical, starting with the initial audition and followed by a multi-week rehearsal process, culminating in an exciting performance where family and friends can enjoy your hard work from the audience.
No previous experience required! We also offer a few scholarships and sibling discounts. Our staff consists of trained professional educators as well as performers who lead the students in three musicals over the course of the summer. Young Hacks Academy - W ill be offered in locations around Connecticut this summer. YHA uses technology to develop real-world leadership skills.
Blending computer programming, problem-solving, and teamwork, YHA teaches kids to build cool video games about big challenges facing the world today, such as climate change, homelessness, and endangered wildlife. YHA was founded in to help kids develop important skills through a problem-based learning model that employs a variety of fun, energetic activities to promote collaboration and creative thinking.
Whether your child is new to programming or an experienced coder, YHA will challenge them to think deeply, work in teams, and create video games about socially relevant topics. Course information on the YHA website at http: Craftivate - Craft camps are held during Wallingford's public school Spring Break and over summer vacation.
There are also Day Off craft camps that are held when Wallingford public schools are closed. Your child will get crafty in a safe and caring environment with new arts and crafts projects presented each day. Most camps are for children 5 and up.
Always send your child in clothes that can get permanent paint on them. More information at https: Dance Camp - perfect for beginner and intermediate dancers.
Ages 6 - 10 Years: Our Summer Dance program will nurture a love of dance building a strong dance foundation by focusing on placement, coordination, strength, flexibility and musicality. The curriculum includes ballet technique, repertoire, jazz, modern and strengthening and injury prevention.
Ages 10 - 18 Years Boys and Girls. The curriculum includes technique, pointe, repertoire, jazz, modern and Pilates, yoga and injury prevention. These are popular programs and early registration is strongly recommended.
You may use the list of municipalities on CT. Connecticut Family Support Network. Talk and Play Summer Day Camp. Goodwill of Western and Northern Connecticut.
The Talcott Center for Child Development. Back to Special Needs. Hand in Hand includes a daily combination of therapeutic social skills provided by clinicians, along with an inclusion program to reinforce what learning and to encourage social engagement with others.
Each potential participant should call for an interview with the Inclusion Coordinator. Families will be notified of acceptance into the program based on this process. Join us for a 4-day water sports day camp from 9am - Students will learn to waterski and wakeboard at our safe, clean lakeside headquarters on Lake Zoar in Sandy Hook, CT. Goodwill of Western and Northern Connecticut - Goodwill programs provide training, support and employment opportunities to individuals with disabilities and disadvantages in our communities.
Goodwill programs serve youth between the ages of 14 and 25 throughout the western and northern regions of CT. Although the different programs offered provide varying levels of services based on the needs of the individual, all have the same basic goal: Oak Hill Summer Camps for Children with Disabilities - Oak Hill offers three camps, specifically designed for children with physical and intellectual disabilities.
The camps, located in Waterford and West Hartford, are packed with outdoor activities such as biking, swimming, hiking and boating. Each one is set in a beautiful natural location with easily accessible amenities. The professional actors and staff will each mentor one child to interpret and perform the roles. The DramaRamas will meet for a series of 60 or 90 minute rehearsals on weekends in June to learn the music, rehearse scenes and learn choreography and then perform the musical on stage at the Summer Theatre of New Canaan's Tent Theatre at Waveny Park for friends, family and the community.
The DramaRamas Show is a part of our season please contact us at: Summer Jr Company Program! We've created this musical performance program just for middle school students entering grades Junior Company cast will work with professional actors, director, choreographer, designers and crew from our company who will instruct, rehearse and help them put on their show in our Tent Theatre at Wwaveny Park in New Canaan. All students who wish to participate must first register and, if possible, attend the audition.
The program is limited to the first 30 students who register. All students who register will be accepted into the company and cast in the show. Auditions are held to help the creative team for cast placement. Campers can be in treatment, in remission, or anywhere in between. Campers stay in heated cabins with other children in their age group along with a dedicated staff. Thanks to our generous supporters there is no cost to attend camp If you have any questions, please feel free to email at info camprisingsun.
Join us as we blast off to another summer of fun and adventure. Join us for one week or join us for all! Please call our center to inquire about programming for your child. All new families are required to attend an intake meeting with our Clinic Director to determine appropriate placement into our Summer Programs.
Camp programs available Monday through Friday. Join us for one day, or join us all week. Three sessions of camp are available per day: Come for one session, or come for all! All campers must be able to work independently within a 3: These individuals may be referred for Behavioral Support Services. For those campers requiring additional therapy services, 1: Please be sure to secure your treatment spaces early! Our therapeutic camp program may be eligible for insurance coverage. Please contact us today to discuss further details.
This particular camp is run by an ASHA certified speech-language pathologist. Through this camp, we can provide the necessary support to these youngsters. At the same time, we give them enough opportunities to communicate and connect with others through play and language. Our staff will teach them with the appropriate and effective strategies in doing so.
The following activities are conducted during camp: We urge our campers to bring sack lunches from home. We will provide snacks and drinks. Below is the schedule of the camp for To register your child to this program or to further discuss the camp, please contact us at Summer meals are free, nutritious, meals and snacks that are provided to kids and teens, 18 years of age and younger, throughout the summer when school is out.
Meals are made possible through federal nutrition programs, like the: Summer meals meet federal nutrition guidelines and are comprised of milk, fruits, vegetables, grains, and meat or another protein. To see if particular dietary substitutions can be made, parents or caregivers should contact the sponsor of the program. Some locations serve breakfast and snacks as well as lunch.
No identification ID required. And, most important, No Cost! Also you can Dial for information. Our listing includes mostly. Receive formal training in what it takes to be a counselor and assist senior counselors in their work leading games, assisting campers, and serving as a positive role model. Laws, information, tips, self-assessment. Your first stop for Connecticut youth employment. Hartford - City of Hartford Internship Program. The City of Hartford Internship Program CHIP is focused on ensuring that youth have valuable opportunity to gain early workforce exposure through real internship placements.
CHIP serves both in-school youth and those who are at-risk for school failure by enabling youth to have a contextualized work experience and learn more about career opportunities in the Law, Government and Public Service sector. Youth Work is also a part of the Mayor's Youth Initiative, aimed at providing young people workplace exposure, mentoring and school and community-based enrichment activities. For general information on Youth Work , please contact the office at or YaW3 newhavenct.
New Haven Youth Services http: Bridgeport Youth Summer Employment. CT Jobs - Employment opportunities in many fields. How to Find Jobs for Kids. The Connecticut Job Opportunities website is http: Summer Job Finder website http: Jobs2Careers - Summer Job fionder. Top 25 Creative Business Ideas for Kids for According to information on the Department of Children and Families website: Deciding when your child is ready to stay home alone is a difficult decision for parents.
There is no set age, either prescribed by law or by child development experts. It comes down to a judgment call on the part of parents.
You will find this information as well as a babysitting checklist and information about choosing and instructing a babysitter at http: The American Red Cross course is for 11 to 15 year olds. Both Online and Classroom courses are offered. Department of Labor Information for Youths under 18 - http: Safe Sitter Classes - http: They may have more information about appropriate ages.
Other helpful babysitting websites. Lawn Care and Yard Work. How to Price a Lawn Video. How to Mow a Perfect Lawn. How to Price Lawn Care Jobs.
Lawn Care Business Do's and Don'ts. How to Pet Sit http: How to Pet Sit a Dog https: Pet Sitting Tips http: How Much to Charge for Pet Sitting. How to Start a Summer Tutoring Business - http: Help Seniors use the Internet - http: Lifeguard Jos in Connecticut.
A good job that is always in demand is washing vehicles. This does not have to be limited to cars, but you can start by letting neighbors know that you will be washing cars for a competitive price. Print up some attractive and colorful flyers that list your services wash, wax, vacuum, Look for small businesses in your area that have vehicles such as delivery vans. There will be some initial investment in supplies.
Be certain to check the prices for such services in your area and set your rates to be competetive. Do a great job, give good value, be enthusiastic and professional, and your reputation will get around. Starting a Summer Car Wash Business. Do you have a bike? Consider making deliveries for local buiinesses.
You could be an inexpensive alternative to other delivery serivces. Check prices and give affordable rates. How to Start a Delivery Service - http: How to start a Small Delivery Service - http: There are many reasons why kids can want to put up a lemonade stand: It also helps to have the patience to stick to it, and enough creativity to find some way to make your business stand out.
How to Run a Lemonade Stand. Make Your Kid's Stand the Best. Start with a business plan. Help them check their progress periodically. Check with local authorities regarding any applicable laws or regulations. If any tools or appliances are involved, make certain that your child is fully trained on the proper use and safety procedures, and is fully equipped with any necessary safety equipment sucn as eye and ear protection.
Also be certain that your child can contact you when necessary for any emergency or just questions. Keep it their project. Provide encouragement, assistance, and help with things such as transportation, but limit your involvement. Remember that while the summer job money might be an important goal, the life lessons of self-reliance, dependability, achievement, business skills, and hard work are far more important and will last a lot longer than the money earned. What could be more rewarding than to spend your summer helping others and getting valuable experience at the same time!
The following organizations accept volunteers over the summer months. Volunteer opportunities often result in valuable references for later employment. Discovery Museum - For additional information, or if are interested in positions as a Summer Programs counselor or volunteer this summer, contact Sarah Tropp at x Connecticut Children's Medical Center. Volunteer opportunities are available for youth of 14 years of age and over.
A vaiiety of positions and services in different areas of the center are available. High School students between the ages of 15 and 17 and college students can volunteer during the academic year or the summer.
A minimum commitment of one four - hour shift each week is required. We require students to volunteer for at least 40 hours during the school year and 50 hours during the summer. During the summer a volunteer must commit to being here at least 6 out of the 8 weeks to reach the 50 hours. These guidelines ensure that this will be a win-win experience for the students and the hospital staff.
Our friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful volunteers become the face of the museum. They sell tickets, direct visitors, seat theater-goers, assist in the Museum Shop, in the Auerbach Art Library and offer a host of other talents. Download an application here. Museum members of all levels of skill and accomplishment are welcome. Hartford Hospital You can serve in many ways! There are over positions available to volunteers throughout the hospital.
The majority of these positions have their hours restricted to weekdays, 8am to 5pm, although some evening and weekend positions are available. Volunteers are required, by regulations, to be a minimum of 14 years of age. Some departments have other age requirements - for example, Patient Care units, the Child Care Center, and the Auxiliary Store require volunteers to be at least 16 years old. Volunteers must commit to the minimum required volunteer time: Teens - 50 hours minimum, over 5 consecutive weeks.
Application information at http: The Hospital of Central Connecitcut. Whether filing in our administrative offices, transporting patients around the hospital or keeping family members in our waiting rooms company, our volunteers help the hospital provide outstanding care with efficiency and compassion. You need to be 14 years old to volunteer.
We ask that you are dependable and able to make a commitment of a minimum of hours. Volunteers average three to four hours of service per week. When can you volunteer? We have volunteers on duty in different departments from 7 a. The time that you would volunteer would depend on your availability and what hours are available in the department that you choose.
We do have after school and weekend openings in some departments. JMH volunteers come here for many different reasons. They enjoy the personal satisfaction of helping others. Also, they are interested in gaining insight into the world of health care.
We provide uniforms, free and convenient parking, meals for volunteers who volunteer at least three hours and other benefits such as annual recognition dinners and educational opportunities. How can I become a JMH volunteer? Click to e-mail volunteers jmmc. If you are a high school student, request a teen volunteer packet. If you completed high school, request an adult volunteer packet.
You may request a packet be sent to you by e-mail or US mail. The Junior Volunteer Program offers two programs: The Academic Year Program is coordinated with high school students, making it possible for them to gain valuable experience in the hospital setting.
The Junior Volunteers report to the hospital after school and work until 5: The Summer Junior Volunteer Program is designed to provide the Junior Volunteers with a meaningful experience and to explore different careers in healthcare.
The Junior Volunteers work from 9: The Junior Volunteers are assigned to work in most departments within the hospital. The program provides invaluable experience for young adults.
Download Junior Volunteer Application. All of the above, plus the satisfaction of a job well done will make your time at Bristol Hospital worthwhile. Box , Bristol, CT Additional Hospital Volunteer Programs. Summer Tips for Parents of Teens.
Beating Summer Boredom - things to do. Girls and Boys Clubs of America. Want to find a great swimming hole? There is a website that helps you find one - http: Bold Earth Teen Adventures - http: Teen Summer Community Service Programs https: Here are a few especially picked for children. Have fun at a Connecticut Festival this summer! Seymour Founders' Day June 3, rain date June Fire Safety for Kids. Playground and Pool Safety. Water Safety for Kids. Common Sense Summer Travel Tips.
Safety Cartoons and Games for Kids. Kid Power Safety Coloring Books. Summer Reading Tips http: Summer Reading Tips from Librarians. Collaborative Summer Library Program. Summer Reading Lists K - Do you know of any additional resources for Connecticut kids, teens or parents. Please let us know so that we can add them to this page.
WATERBURY – The granddaughter of a year-old woman who was allegedly found dehydrated, malnourished and infested with bugs has. I am caring for an 88 yr old woman now on a part time basis. I do meal prep, meds bathing. We have become like family. I have vast experience with dementia . s of Waterbury Women Dating Personals. Signup free and start meeting local Waterbury Women on www.siliconirelandnewswire.com™. adult dating.