Week 4: July 8-11

  • Advanced Manufacturing (E023)

    This course will give hands-on experience using 3-D design software with the ultimate output of a CNC generated code to run CNC mills, a plasma cutter, and a laser engraver. This will be a project-based, hands-on class that will cover the basics of machine safety, 3-D modeling, and CNC programming. 

    Class Dates: July 8-11
    Class Times: 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Teacher: Jon Pieper
    Location: Elk Grove High School
    Eligible Grades: 8, 9, 10, 11
    Class Limit: 15
    Cost: $75

     

    National Security Council (E026)

    This active-learning course simulates the working experience of the United States National Security Council. Using methods from the Harvard Kennedy School and the Council on Foreign Relations, this course will challenge students to collaboratively solve hypothetical (yet realistic) crisis scenarios, such as the U.S.’s role in the current conflict in Ukraine. In collaboration with others, students will research and analyze complex issues, collectively reach difficult decisions, and communicate in a concise and effective manner. In this week-long course, students will role-play as an individual member of the National Security Council (eg: Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense, etc...), producing policy options that protect and promote U.S. national interests. 

    Class Dates: July 8-11
    Class Times: 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
    Teacher: Sean Radcliff
    Location: John Hersey High School
    Eligible Grades: 8, 9, 10, 11
    Class Limit: 20
    Cost: $75

     

Contact Information

  • For information regarding summer enrichment classes or registration, please call or email:

    Ann Cantieri
    Talent Development Program Assistant

    847-718-7672
    ann.cantieri@d214.org

    Anthony Miocic
    Talent Development Program Coordinator

    847-718-4441
    anthony.miocic@d214.org

    Laura Shepin
    Talent Development Program Coordinator

    847-718-5922
    laura.shepin@d214.org