Careers@ILS Camp for ILMS Students

Careers@ILS Camp for ILMS Students
Posted on 06/08/2021
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Dozens of students explored careers and the campus over  break at Indian Lake Middle School during the Careers@ILS Summer Camp. 

Indian Lake Schools Gifted Coordinator and Curriculum Director Kelli Tebbe explains the free, three-day camp was an extension of the district’s 21st Century Grant which offers after-school career exploration and tutoring, along with reading and writing extension activities. She says the idea is to expand career study with hands-on experiences and some behavior skills sprinkled in. 

Indian Lake staff members led the camp, with assistance from Ohio Hi Point Career Center staff, for the first two days. 

“One group was working on culinary arts where they made food. The class was called BBQ-I’ll Make the Sides. For instance, they made seven-layer pasta salad so they worked with recipes. They also worked together to build team skills,” Tebbe explains. “We had one class working on fulcrums and catapults studying engineering and 

architecture.”  

In between sessions, the students took part in a “Careers on Campus Scavenger Hunt.” 

“They were given twelve different careers to try to find an example of here on campus. So they either had to act it out, take a picture or they had to actually find an 

example of that career being done on campus.” Tebbe continues, “What might you see a welder doing or where could you find a welder having done a project on campus? Or a fun one is an entomologist with cicadas hatching this year.”

The Careers@ILS Summer Camp also focused on soft skills. Students continued to delve deeper into R-Factor basics, building leadership skills and learning to “own” the situation. 

“They were put into tough challenges and they had to think about pressing pause and getting their mind right. They recognized the need to adapt and adjust to the 

situation in order to solve the problem.”

Indian Lake High School Laker Leadership Council 

students helped to lead the R-Factor lessons on Day 3.

The Careers@ILS after-school 21st Century Grant program continues this school year at both ILMS and ILHS. 




The Careers@ILS Summer Camp is set to take place this week, Tuesday through Thursday, from 8 to 11:30 am at ILMS. Anyone who signed up for transportation received a paper on the last day of school with the information regarding the pick up time and location. If they do not have that paper, the ILMS office does have that information.
Those that attend all 3 days earn a money incentive and all students participating will get a t-shirt. It should be fun!!

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The deadline to register for Careers@ILS Summer Camp is fast approaching. Superintendent Rob Underwood and Laker Leadership Council member Cheyenne Hill spoke to ILMS students about the opportunities and experiences that the free camp will offer. Students will participate in fun, hands-on activities to learn more about science, technology, engineering, and math careers. Representatives from Ohio Hi-Point Career Center will also be there to share information about career opportunities. Finally, our own ILS high school students will be there one day to lead the students in leadership activities. Snacks will be provided PLUS attendees will receive a gift card and a t-shirt for attending all 3 days!
The last day to register is Friday, May 14th. Fill out and return this permission slip to sign up.



ILMS Parents! This permission slip for a free camp is coming home with kids this week! Make sure to check it out to get your student even more career exploration and R-factor opportunities!
Your son/daughter is invited to participate in a FREE 3-day Careers @ ILS Summer Camp on June 8, 9, and 10.
The camp is for students currently in grades 5-8 and is being funded by the 21st Century Grant, Careers@ILS. The camp will be hosted at the Indian Lake Middle School andwill run from 8:00 am until 11:30 am. Students will participate in fun, hands-on activities to learn more about science, technology, engineering, and math careers. Representatives from Ohio Hi-Point Career Center will also be there to share information about career opportunities. Finally, our own ILS high school students will be there one day to lead the students in leadership activities. Snacks will be provided PLUS attendees will receive a gift card and a t-shirt for attending all 3 days!
Please return the permission clip and return it to the Middle School office by May 14, 2021.