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Each year more than 200,000 young people, ages 5-19, explore through hands-on learning, different interests, and life skills that excite them through Michigan 4-H. Program areas in 4-H range from science and technology to clothing and textiles, animal science, leadership and so much more.
This program prepares students for careers in the diverse Agriscience and Natural Resources career pathway. Explore Great Lakes ecology and gain hands-on experience.
The purpose of the Allied Health I program is to introduce students to the knowledge and skills required for employment within the diverse health care field ranging from nursing skills, skills used by physical therapists, and those used in the hospital laboratory.
The Antrim Conservation District offers environmental education kids camps in the summer, guided educational hikes throughout the year, in-class presentations and would be happy to sponsor a school group or field trip to the Cedar River Trail in Bellaire or another park in Antrim County. Topics covered include invasive species, native plants, soil erosion control, water quality, forestry, recycling, and household hazardous waste.
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Students develop technical competencies to complete the actual repair of an automobile and light truck bodies. Bodywork involves MIG welding, repairing damaged body panels, body panel replacement, and plastic filler applications. After completion of the bodywork, the repaired surfaces are refinished.
This is a two-year program covering: Basic Automotive Repair and Maintenance, Electrical, Engine Performance, Brakes, and Steering and Suspension. A student starts in their Junior year and completes the program in their senior year.