What are YOU Doing This Summer?
2019 Summer Transition Programs and Career Camp Offerings
These programs are for eligible high school students ages 14-21 who can work independently, have an IEP or 504 Plan and their own transportation*
It’s Summertime again and that only means one thing! Brevard Achievement Center is back with its paid, intensive summer camp experience.
Students have the option of doing a two-week, 40-hour paid program or a three-week, 60 hour paid program.
Students will learn the basics of work expectations, practice interviews, create resumes and learn the how to not only get a job, but keep a job! Plus much more, the summer camp will have various educational field trips to learn about the post-secondary opportunities available to them. The program runs three weeks, from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM each weekday. (40 or 60-hour sessions)
Completion of the 40-hour program will give students a stipend of $100.00, while those who complete the 60-hour program will receive a stipend of $200.00.
You must register with BAC prior to attending all camps
BAC Summer Career Camp: June 10 – July 26 Rockledge and Melbourne Area Locations (Get Paid to Complete the Course!)
Computer Coding & Web Development: June 10 – July 29 Melbourne Area
Summer Employment Education: June 10 – July 29 Rockledge, Melbourne & Titusville
City Specific Work Programs: June 10 – Aug. 2 West Melbourne & Palm Bay
Specialized Training at The Brevard Zoo: June 5 – July 27
Specialized Training at Viera Area United States Specialty Sports Association (USSA): June 7 – July 26 (Must be 18 years old)
Specialized Training at Brevard Board of Education Transportation: June 6 – June 28
Specialized Training with the BRICK Program: June 6 – Aug. 9
For More Information Contact Brevard Achievement Center at 321.632.8610 and ask for
Chris Price or Mariann Sampieri
*Transportation may be available for those who qualify.
Details on Individual Camps also available at: https://bacemploy.com/events/
All Participants must register with Brevard Achievement Center prior to attending, walk-up applicants can not be accepted.