Middle school students around the Four-State region have two chances to take a walk in college life this fall with hands-on STEAM courses at Hagerstown Community College.
HCC has partnered with Beacon House, Inc., a STEAM education nonprofit, for the first time, offering a horror movie cinematography class on Oct. 20, where students create movie trailers using iMovie.
The college is also offering a “Pumpkin Chukin” course to teach participants how to make a catapult on Nov. 10.
Both are set from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at HCC.
About 16 seats are available for both courses.
Each course costs $35, but students can apply for a scholarship. The priority deadline is Sept. 25.
To find out more information about the courses, visit this website.