This year, Open Campus, in collaboration with Tillamook Bay Community College and the American Association of University Women, have offered the 6th annual Tech Trek summer camp!
The new Partners for Rural Innovation Building in Tillamook, home of OSU Extension and Open Campus, has been bustling this July. That’s because dozens…
Tech Trek is camp for rising 8th grade girls, with the main focus of preventing girls from losing confidence in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Tech Trek is a national program of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and Tillamook was selected as one of 12 Tech Trek sites in 2014.
At Tillamook Bay Community College, you will find determined students focused on obtaining their life goals and working hard to do so.
Located on Third Street, across from the Tillamook County Fairgrounds, The Partners for Rural Innovation Center will serve as a central learning center for Tillamook County residents from 4-H youth, community college students, small business owners to senior citizens and a hub for business and economic development.
Tillamook’s Open Campus program has been successful in engaging and impacting the community over the past few years, and Emily Henry has played a central role.
Tillamook Latino parents participated in May’s school board meeting in Tillamook.
Los padres latinos de Tillamook participaron en Junta comité de la escuela de Tillamook.
For Tillamook families, education isn’t something that should be approached alone.
Tillamook’s Open Campus is engaging the community through new workshops, legislative outreach, charity drives, STEM awards, and more. Written by Open Campus Coordinator, Emily Henry.