Clatsop Community College will offer a summer of exploration for students of all ages. Registration for summer term classes is open and ongoing through July 5. Summer term classes begin June 25 and continue through Aug. 9.

The new CCC Kids’ College will provide experiences for youth ages 8 to 12 in math, science and writing. Students will explore these subjects in fun and creative ways as they learn new skills and build self-confidence.

CCC students and college students returning for the summer from other schools can continue their studies and get a step closer to fulfilling their degrees. In addition to a wide range of core offerings, CCC has developed new credit courses for summer term 2012, including Introduction to Business Law, Chemistry in Art, Principles of Economics, Engineering Orientation, Introduction to Graphic Novels, Gothic Literature, and Art in Welding.

Those preparing to start college in the fall, whether at CCC or another institution, can find help in building or refreshing basic skills. Offerings to support college success include: College Survival and Success, a full spectrum of skill-based math instruction, Fundamentals of Public Speaking and Introduction to College Writing. CCC will also offer GED and English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction as well as literacy tutoring.

A complete schedule of summer workforce, Education for Life and credit classes will be mailed to Clatsop County households soon and is available online now at the college’s website

• For information, contact Patricia Warren at (503) 338-2306 or

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