Automotive Technology Week 1 (July 9 - 13)
Students will experience what it is like to work in an Automotive shop. They will learn how to maintain and repair a vehicle as well as safely handle the most common roadside emergencies. The will use top of the line industry tools and equipment while performing shop tasks just like the professionals. Students will build a real working battery powered 4-cylinder model engine to take home. The model is complete with moving parts, lights and realistic engine sounds. Valves open and close, spark plugs fire and pistons drive the crankshaft, just like a real internal combustion engine.
 This camp is at the Canyon Country Campus and requires 14 students to move forward.
This camp requires special attention to clothing and safety.  Students must wear closed toe shoes and long pants. Long hair must be tied back and no dangling necklaces, earrings, scarves or loose sleeves when working with the equipment/machinery.