21st CCLC After School Programs
21st CCLC After School programs focus on 21st Century skills by providing engaging, interactive, and fun educational activities creating a community of 21st Century Learners.
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NCEC partners with Dakota College at Bottineau to offer two career fairs:
Fall College & Career Fair - This event is in collaboration with the DACAC College Recruiting fair held every fall. Juniors and Seniors from the NCEC region are invited to attend the recruiting fair followed by informational breakout sessions presented by various industry and business professionals.
T4 Education Day - T4 introduces students to workforce skills, needs, training and networking opportunities with industry leaders and technicians! T4-Tools-Trades-Torque-Tech-is the premier way for tomorrow’s workforce to get an up-close look at the inner workings of industry!
Breakout EDU gamifies learning to create an engaging and empowering experience for students of all grade levels.
This escape-room style activity fosters collaboration and critical thinking to solve the clues. There are standards-aligned games for every subject!
NCEC has six boxes available for check out. Contact Mandy or Aimee for details.
ND Reading Corps demonstrates how national service and literacy science can accelerate improvement in both students and systems.
SEEC administers the grant across the state, each school identifies an internal coach and helps recruit a community tutor, and NCEC provides the coaching specialist for our region.
The StarLab Dome* is an inflatable movie theater that seats up to 40 students. The fisheye lens projector displays the StarLab Planetarium on the ceiling of the dome creating an immersive experience for students and adults alike!
Educational movies are also available. See the flyer below for a full list of available titles.
*Space requirements are 28' x 28' and 14' ceiling clearance.
The annual event held in cooperation with Dakota College at Bottineau and Project WET teaches 5th and 6th graders about water science, conservation, and best management practices by demonstrating how water interacts with humans and the natural environment within North Dakota’s watersheds.