Summer Programs

High school students in Clackamas County can participate in college credit programs all year long! Clackamas Community College (CCC) has four High School Connections programs offered during the regular school year as well as summer programming. Students who wish to participate in summer programs must live and attend school in Clackamas County.

Summer 2021 programs include a CTE camp and two different sessions of the new Dental Professions Camp and Scholarship Program. All summer 2021 camps will take place online.

CTE Summer Camps

  • Monday-Friday, June 21-25
  • 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Camps will be delivered online
  • Students must have access to computer/laptop and reliable internet

CCC offers fun and exciting Career and Technical Education (CTE) Summer Camps. Camps are free, thanks to funding from the Carl D. Perkins Grant, provided by the Oregon Department of Education.

Camps are open to students who live and go to school in Clackamas County. Students must be entering 9th through 12th grade in fall 2021.

Camps have limited space and will use a weighted lottery to determine placement. The weighted lottery will provide priority placement for underserved students (students of color, students with disabilities, students with low socio-economic status and students with limited access to accelerated learning programs).

If you have any questions about CTE Summer Camps, please email hsconnections@clackamas.edu.

CTE Summer Camps

CTE Summer Camps Sign-Up

CCC Dental Professions Camp and Scholarship Program

  • Monday-Friday
  • June 21-25 OR June 28-July 2
  • 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Camps will be delivered online
  • Students must have access to computer/laptop and reliable internet

CCC Dental Camps are free, thanks to funding from the Healthy Oregon Workforce Training Opportunity Grant, provided by Oregon Health Policy Board in partnership with Oregon Health Authority and OHSU. Students must be completing 9th through 12th grade in spring 2021.

Camps have limited space and will use a weighted lottery to determine placement. The weighted lottery will provide priority placement for underrepresented minority students, low income students, and first-generation college students, and non-native English speakers.

If you have any questions about the CCC Dental Camp, please contact dentalcamp@clackamas.edu.

Dental Camp

Dental Camp Sign-Up
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Contact Us

High School Connections

503-594-3161

hsconnections@clackamas.edu