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For High School Students

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Auto Tech Intro

Find out where the rubber meets the road. Explore auto tech fundamentals in our state-of-the-art automotive facility. Learn some of the basics of automotive service such as oil changes, brake inspections and tire mounting and balancing. Whether you are a future automotive tech or a car-loving consumer, this is a rare opportunity to find out if what’s under the hood is under your skin. Proper attire required in lab: no shorts, tank tops or open-toed shoes. Program meets at Lincroft campus state-of-the-art Auto Tech Lab/Bay.
XCHLC 194, $219
8/14-8/18, 9 am-12 pm, Grades 9-12


Engineering Design – An Introduction

Use engineering design principles while utilizing 3-D CAD software. Learn to read engineering drawings for manufacturing products, and review American National Standards Institute guidelines for designing products. Identify, create, and read working drawings, apply dimensions, identify and create pictorial drawings, and learn sketching techniques. Create orthographic, oblique, isometric, and perspective sketches and exploded views. AutoDesk Inventor and modeling software provide hands-on experience. Create a digital portfolio to save, and download a free copy of AutoDesk Inventor.
XCHLC 193, $315
7/10-7/14, 9 am-2 pm, Grades 9-11
High Technology High School – Lincroft, 765 Newman Springs Rd, Brookdale campus. Brown bag lunch optional. Campers may purchase lunch in college cafeteria.


Baking Basics/Culinary Education Center

Be introduced to the fundamentals of baking in a commercial kitchen and taught by a professional chef.  Topics include: Scaling and measurements; ingredient fundamentals and the principles and techniques used in the preparation of baked goods, equipment, food safety and sanitation. Hands-on baking to include a wide variety of recipes (i.e. cream puffs, pastry cream, chocolate almond tarts, cappuccino chip biscotti) Professional kitchen rules apply – students will clean equipment, tools after use and must wear long pants, and closed-toe shoes (no loafers, sandals, etc.)
XCHLC 287, $179
7/11-7/13, Tues-Thurs, 9am–1pm, Grades 9-11(3 day camp)

Program takes place at the Culinary Education Center (101 Drury Lane, Asbury Park, NJ)