Clark University's Splash program provides students, in grades 5-12, a chance to learn while taking classes taught by Clark University student volunteers. Classes cover a wide variety of topics including the Arts, Humanities, Math & Computer Science, and Science. Students can join The Clark Key's A Cappella group, learn about DNA, take a yoga class, explore the topic of black holes and outer space, learn how to overcome challenges to achieve their goals, take a self defense class, learn how to design an escape room, and so much more.
Who: Students grades 5-12
Where: Clark University, Worcester, MA
When: Sunday, Nov 10, 2019, 10 am - 5 pm
Cost: FREE, lunch is included!
Click here to see the list of local colleges offering SPLASH programs and to register
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