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Celsius and Beyond

Celsius and Beyond offers a variety of career exploration camps both in science as well as some trade careers. The camps are meant to inspire creativity and build skills within kids that are transferrable to a variety of paths – all while being fun.

While science is the large focus of their camps – like genetics, robotics, marine biology etc., there are a few that fall into the trade field that are noted below.


Create your own redwood chair and stool in this week long camp. Campers will enjoy a week of furniture making and work with a variety of tools including hammers, drills, screwdrivers, hand saws, and more.

They will learn to hammer, sand, drill, and more to help create an amazing piece of furniture that the family can enjoy.

Stamping and staining the chair will also be a part of the fun! Make your mark in this fun camp.

For students entering grades 5-6.


Learn how to make jewelry and work with wire! Campers will use a special loom and other wire tools to learn how to create a variety of jewelry – and even sculptures from metal. Additional fun will be had when you personalize them with pendants and beads.

Campers will use fire, hammers, drills, fire, and so much more to make their creations. The week will end with an art show to show off your creations.

For students entering grades 6-9.

Tinkering * Maker

An innovative camp that allows campers to use a variety of materials to create an impact on the world. Projects include exploring reusability and circuitry, clean energy, solar power, and more.

For students entering grades 5-7.

    Program details
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  • Location: California
  • Entering Grade: 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
  • Ages: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
  • Trade Skills: Construction, Metal, Other
  • Estimate Cost: Under $1,000
  • Program Length: One Week
  • Program Months: June
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