Seward County Community College/Area Technical School will offer a Food Science Summer Academy for high school students June 2-5.

This four-day residential camp gives students a behind-the-scene look at the foods we eat, said Chris Guyer, SCCC/ATS Food Science and Safety program specialist. Students can get hands-on experience and learn about the science of foods, make yogurt, test foods visit the labs of a local food processor and more. More importantly, the camp will be fun. Students will live in the dorms.
The cost is $100 before May 15 and $130 after May 15. Limited financial assistance may be available.
In addition to Guyer, Pamela Hatesohl, research assistant and instructor at the Food Science Institute, Kansas State University, will assist with the camp.
For information and an application form, contact Guyer at 620-417-1504, or visit the website at