Summer Work Program
Our summer programming has been a great success the past few years, and it is back for another! Our Summer Work Program focuses on academics, service projects, field trips, and more.
All youth between 8th-11th grades are invited to apply for a job.
All reading and math levels are invited from 3rd grade, on up.
Programs are 2 hours a day, five days a week for the summer.
Orientation Days for our Summer Programs June 22nd, 23rd, and 24th. All youth who want to participate must attend one of these days.
Programs begin June 27 and end August 15.
Math Immersion is two hours a day. We will be learning ratios & proportions, algebra, expressions & equations, geometry, statistics & probability, and the number system. Walk away with practical methods to prepare you for success in high school math.
Literacy is two hours a day. Participants read daily to improve their literacy skills. Studies have shown that reading is vital to academic success. The ability to read well impacts an individual's chances of future achievement.
Community Service is two hours a day. The spirit of giving and connecting youth to the community is core of service. We will work at many places with in Washtenaw and Wayne County. Participants will decide where to serve. Be prepared to use muscles, smile a lot, get dirty, and eat ice cream.
Activities and Trips are opportunities to visit new places within a two-hour radius. Participants will decide where to travel. Be prepared for adventures, fun, and cookies.
Enrollment in DTMAC's summer work assures one's success in high school, employment, and acceptance into college.