Kellogg Community College’s youth summer camp offerings continue in July with a pair of Boys Basketball Camps.
Campers will join Head Men’s Basketball Coach Steve Proefrock and members of the men’s basketball team for a high-intensity camp focusing on the fundamentals of passing, shooting and ball handling.
Camp for youth ages 9 through 11 will run from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Monday through Thursday, July 17 through 20. Click here to register for the ages 9 through 11 camp online.
Camp for youth ages 12 through 14 will run from 1 to 3:30 p.m. on the same dates. Click here to register for the ages 12 through 14 camp online.
Each camp costs $60 and will be held at KCC’s Miller Gym, on campus at 450 North Ave. in Battle Creek. Players should come dressed to play and bring a water bottle.
Bruin Youth Programming
KCC’s Bruin Youth Programming initiative, administered through the College’s Lifelong Learning Department, was launched in 2016 to expand the College’s regular offerings of sports camps, Bruin Bots robotics initiatives and after-school programs held throughout the year on campuses in Battle Creek, serving kids from first grade through high school. The initiative has since expanded to serve the community through an extensive summer camp program; community events including “Blaze Goes to College” children’s book readings and the College’s annual Bruin Boo community Halloween event; and more.
In 2019, the Bruin Youth Programming initiative at KCC won a LERN International Award in Best Programming for its efforts developing educational programs for area youth. LERN (the Learning Resources Network) is the world’s largest continuing education and lifelong learning association and offers information and consulting services to educational organizations around the globe.