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The Center for Lifelong Learning is excited to welcome you to our Youth Programs! Our staff has worked thoughtfully with your child and family in mind to provide enriching and fulfilling camps and classes. It is our hope that they will bring joy - joy in creation, in connection, and in imagination.

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Rural Young Women

In partnership with Verizon, this FREE camp is open to any middle school student regardless of gender identity who lives in Monroe, Morgan, Lawrence, Brown, Greene, Orange, Martin, and Owen county.


  • The camp will consist of a summer three-week intensive learning experience including courses in immersive media, digital product innovation, smart solutions, artificial intelligence and robotics, and design thinking principles.
  • Following the summer, the students will participate in monthly sessions throughout the academic year. Technology equipment will be provided for student usage and learning throughout the program.
  • Click here to learn more about the program!

Verizon Innovative Learning, Verizon’s education initiative, is a key part of Citizen Verizon, the company’s responsible business plan for economic, environmental and social advancement. The initiative ensures equitable access to education in under resourced communities across the nation. In support of under-represented populations in STEM fields, Verizon Innovative Learning in partnership with NACCE offers a year-round program that works with middle-school aged young men of color, and rural young women through over 45 NACCE member colleges across the country to teach next-gen technology skills and entrepreneurship. For this program, each student is offered an immersive STEM experience during a three-week summer camp followed by sessions offered once a month throughout the year. Participants are additionally paired with a mentor for the duration of the program, into the next academic year. Students also receive career exposure opportunities led by Verizon employee volunteers.

CLL Staff
Monday - Friday | 9:00-12:00pm | 7/6/21 – 7/23/21
Saturdays | 9:00-12:00pm | 9/11/21 - 10/9/21 - 11/13/21 - 12/11/21 - 1/8/22 - 2/5/22 - 3/12/22 - 4/9/22 - 5/14/22