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  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 1, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

2
  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 2, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

3
  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 3, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

4
  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 4, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

5
  • Star Spangled Clean-Up to Save the Oceans
    All day
    July 5, 2020-July 12, 2020

    After the fireworks are done, Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, Keep Omaha Beautiful and Diventures ask for your help in keeping our oceans and water-ways free of debris. Starting Sunday, July 5th grab your friends, families, and neighbors and clean-up the paper and plastics from fireworks and festivities left behind.

    Using the hashtag #StarSpangledCleanup, share photos/videos of yourselves in action with the Zoo on social media. We urge you to count the pieces of trash you pick up so we can track your impact on our environment! Trash data sheets are available at www.OmahaZoo.com/Action.

    Plastics and paper from fireworks find their way to rivers and streams and ultimately to the ocean so you make a difference this Independence Day.

    Join us Sunday, July 5th thru Saturday, July 11th and collect trash and Save our Oceans!

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 5, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

6
  • Star Spangled Clean-Up to Save the Oceans
    All day
    July 6, 2020-July 12, 2020

    After the fireworks are done, Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, Keep Omaha Beautiful and Diventures ask for your help in keeping our oceans and water-ways free of debris. Starting Sunday, July 5th grab your friends, families, and neighbors and clean-up the paper and plastics from fireworks and festivities left behind.

    Using the hashtag #StarSpangledCleanup, share photos/videos of yourselves in action with the Zoo on social media. We urge you to count the pieces of trash you pick up so we can track your impact on our environment! Trash data sheets are available at www.OmahaZoo.com/Action.

    Plastics and paper from fireworks find their way to rivers and streams and ultimately to the ocean so you make a difference this Independence Day.

    Join us Sunday, July 5th thru Saturday, July 11th and collect trash and Save our Oceans!

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 6, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

7
  • Star Spangled Clean-Up to Save the Oceans
    All day
    July 7, 2020-July 12, 2020

    After the fireworks are done, Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, Keep Omaha Beautiful and Diventures ask for your help in keeping our oceans and water-ways free of debris. Starting Sunday, July 5th grab your friends, families, and neighbors and clean-up the paper and plastics from fireworks and festivities left behind.

    Using the hashtag #StarSpangledCleanup, share photos/videos of yourselves in action with the Zoo on social media. We urge you to count the pieces of trash you pick up so we can track your impact on our environment! Trash data sheets are available at www.OmahaZoo.com/Action.

    Plastics and paper from fireworks find their way to rivers and streams and ultimately to the ocean so you make a difference this Independence Day.

    Join us Sunday, July 5th thru Saturday, July 11th and collect trash and Save our Oceans!

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 7, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

8
  • Star Spangled Clean-Up to Save the Oceans
    All day
    July 8, 2020-July 12, 2020

    After the fireworks are done, Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, Keep Omaha Beautiful and Diventures ask for your help in keeping our oceans and water-ways free of debris. Starting Sunday, July 5th grab your friends, families, and neighbors and clean-up the paper and plastics from fireworks and festivities left behind.

    Using the hashtag #StarSpangledCleanup, share photos/videos of yourselves in action with the Zoo on social media. We urge you to count the pieces of trash you pick up so we can track your impact on our environment! Trash data sheets are available at www.OmahaZoo.com/Action.

    Plastics and paper from fireworks find their way to rivers and streams and ultimately to the ocean so you make a difference this Independence Day.

    Join us Sunday, July 5th thru Saturday, July 11th and collect trash and Save our Oceans!

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 8, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

9
  • Star Spangled Clean-Up to Save the Oceans
    All day
    July 9, 2020-July 12, 2020

    After the fireworks are done, Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, Keep Omaha Beautiful and Diventures ask for your help in keeping our oceans and water-ways free of debris. Starting Sunday, July 5th grab your friends, families, and neighbors and clean-up the paper and plastics from fireworks and festivities left behind.

    Using the hashtag #StarSpangledCleanup, share photos/videos of yourselves in action with the Zoo on social media. We urge you to count the pieces of trash you pick up so we can track your impact on our environment! Trash data sheets are available at www.OmahaZoo.com/Action.

    Plastics and paper from fireworks find their way to rivers and streams and ultimately to the ocean so you make a difference this Independence Day.

    Join us Sunday, July 5th thru Saturday, July 11th and collect trash and Save our Oceans!

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 9, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

10
  • Star Spangled Clean-Up to Save the Oceans
    All day
    July 10, 2020-July 12, 2020

    After the fireworks are done, Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, Keep Omaha Beautiful and Diventures ask for your help in keeping our oceans and water-ways free of debris. Starting Sunday, July 5th grab your friends, families, and neighbors and clean-up the paper and plastics from fireworks and festivities left behind.

    Using the hashtag #StarSpangledCleanup, share photos/videos of yourselves in action with the Zoo on social media. We urge you to count the pieces of trash you pick up so we can track your impact on our environment! Trash data sheets are available at www.OmahaZoo.com/Action.

    Plastics and paper from fireworks find their way to rivers and streams and ultimately to the ocean so you make a difference this Independence Day.

    Join us Sunday, July 5th thru Saturday, July 11th and collect trash and Save our Oceans!

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 10, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

11
  • Star Spangled Clean-Up to Save the Oceans
    All day
    July 11, 2020-July 12, 2020

    After the fireworks are done, Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, Keep Omaha Beautiful and Diventures ask for your help in keeping our oceans and water-ways free of debris. Starting Sunday, July 5th grab your friends, families, and neighbors and clean-up the paper and plastics from fireworks and festivities left behind.

    Using the hashtag #StarSpangledCleanup, share photos/videos of yourselves in action with the Zoo on social media. We urge you to count the pieces of trash you pick up so we can track your impact on our environment! Trash data sheets are available at www.OmahaZoo.com/Action.

    Plastics and paper from fireworks find their way to rivers and streams and ultimately to the ocean so you make a difference this Independence Day.

    Join us Sunday, July 5th thru Saturday, July 11th and collect trash and Save our Oceans!

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 11, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

12
  • Star Spangled Clean-Up to Save the Oceans
    All day
    July 12, 2020-July 12, 2020

    After the fireworks are done, Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, Keep Omaha Beautiful and Diventures ask for your help in keeping our oceans and water-ways free of debris. Starting Sunday, July 5th grab your friends, families, and neighbors and clean-up the paper and plastics from fireworks and festivities left behind.

    Using the hashtag #StarSpangledCleanup, share photos/videos of yourselves in action with the Zoo on social media. We urge you to count the pieces of trash you pick up so we can track your impact on our environment! Trash data sheets are available at www.OmahaZoo.com/Action.

    Plastics and paper from fireworks find their way to rivers and streams and ultimately to the ocean so you make a difference this Independence Day.

    Join us Sunday, July 5th thru Saturday, July 11th and collect trash and Save our Oceans!

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 12, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

13
  • Future Engineers Day
    8:00 am-5:00 pm
    July 13, 2020-July 15, 2020

    Attention: Summer Leaders
    What is happening for future engineers

    Who: Groups of students age 13-18 and 100 students accepted per day

    What: A High Impact STEM Experience Day Opportunity
    First Come, First Serve;

    When: July 13- 15, 2020

    Where: CHI Health Convention Center; Exhibit Hall A (with ASABE)
    Local Companies Tours Options

    $300 stipend available with 20 student or more per bus!

    Register here

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 13, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

14
  • Future Engineers Day
    8:00 am-5:00 pm
    July 14, 2020-July 15, 2020

    Attention: Summer Leaders
    What is happening for future engineers

    Who: Groups of students age 13-18 and 100 students accepted per day

    What: A High Impact STEM Experience Day Opportunity
    First Come, First Serve;

    When: July 13- 15, 2020

    Where: CHI Health Convention Center; Exhibit Hall A (with ASABE)
    Local Companies Tours Options

    $300 stipend available with 20 student or more per bus!

    Register here

  • BioNebraska and Thermo Fisher Virtual Biotech Event
    2:00 pm-3:00 pm
    July 14, 2020

    Cell Culture Contamination Costs:
    Exploring Types, Effects and Statistics; and Options for Prevention

    Tues., July 14
    2-3 PM CDT

    Contamination by microorganisms, other cell types and volatile organic chemicals is a recurring problem in all cell culture applications. Statistics show that contamination is much more prevalent than most cell culturists acknowledge.

    In this seminar, we:
    • Review the different types of cell culture contamination and their effects on cells
    • Explore the ways that contamination occurs and offer advice for preventing occurrences, including some steps that few labs take on a routine basis
    • Compare and contrast contamination control options offered on different CO2 incubators, including their relative efficacy

    About the Speaker

    Mary Kay Bates is a Senior Global Cell Culture Scientist with Thermo Fisher Scientific, where she provides cell culture expertise to colleagues and customers. Her knowledge is based on twenty years of experience in academic and industrial cell and molecular biology labs focusing on cancer and gene therapy, authoring several publications. Mary Kay holds an M.S. in microbiology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

    Register Here by July 10th

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 14, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

15
  • Future Engineers Day
    8:00 am-5:00 pm
    July 15, 2020-July 15, 2020

    Attention: Summer Leaders
    What is happening for future engineers

    Who: Groups of students age 13-18 and 100 students accepted per day

    What: A High Impact STEM Experience Day Opportunity
    First Come, First Serve;

    When: July 13- 15, 2020

    Where: CHI Health Convention Center; Exhibit Hall A (with ASABE)
    Local Companies Tours Options

    $300 stipend available with 20 student or more per bus!

    Register here

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 15, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

16
  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 16, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

17
  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 17, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

18
  • Omaha Conservatory of Music Summer Institute
    8:00 am-6:00 pm
    July 18, 2020-July 25, 2020
    7023 Cass St, Omaha, NE 68132, USA

    WHAT IS OCM SUMMER INSTITUTE (OCMI)?
    OCMI is the Conservatory’s week-long summer music camp for young musicians to immerse themselves in rigorous study of their instrument & make music with peers from across the country. The curriculum is tailored to all levels of ability from beginning to advanced students. We bring in guest-artists from around the world to create the most vibrant & fun experience possible!

    WHO IS IT FOR?
    Strings, piano, and voice students ages 5 to seniors in high school!

    WHAT WILL I DO THERE?
    Each day is packed full of classes and private instruction, and wraps up with a concert. You’ll perform on some of them and learn from others!

    WHEN IS IT?
    July 18-25, 2020 — Ages 9+

    Camp hours are between 8:45am – 5:45pm. (Drop off/pick up times vary slightly depending on assigned class schedules)

    July 27-31, 2020 — Ages 5 – 8

    Camp hours are 8:30am – 12:30pm

    For students ages 5 and 6, a caregiver or parent chaperone must attend with the student. For students age 7 – 8, parent/guardian are welcome to attend but not required.

    NEED HELP WITH THE COST OF CAMP?
    The Conservatory’s Ambassador Fund is an application-based scholarship that can help offset some of the costs of camp for those that meet the guidelines.

    Learn more about the Ambassador Fund and Camp & apply here!

    ****UPDATE****

    Who is ready for summer?! We 100% are! Here at the Omaha Conservatory, we’ve been actively monitoring the coronavirus situation and we are sending regular updates to our community. We are closely following state and local health guidelines and will notify camp registrants of any changes to plans for OCMI. A few important things of note:

    • We have extended our payment due date for camp registrants to July 1 in consideration of health and financial impacts of COVID-19.
    • There’s been some major changes to the format of half-day camp. Tuition has dropped in order to accommodate families in our rapidly changing environment with consideration to financial challenges.

    Ambassador fund aid is still available for those who need help with the cost of camp!

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 18, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

19
  • Omaha Conservatory of Music Summer Institute
    8:00 am-6:00 pm
    July 19, 2020-July 25, 2020
    7023 Cass St, Omaha, NE 68132, USA

    WHAT IS OCM SUMMER INSTITUTE (OCMI)?
    OCMI is the Conservatory’s week-long summer music camp for young musicians to immerse themselves in rigorous study of their instrument & make music with peers from across the country. The curriculum is tailored to all levels of ability from beginning to advanced students. We bring in guest-artists from around the world to create the most vibrant & fun experience possible!

    WHO IS IT FOR?
    Strings, piano, and voice students ages 5 to seniors in high school!

    WHAT WILL I DO THERE?
    Each day is packed full of classes and private instruction, and wraps up with a concert. You’ll perform on some of them and learn from others!

    WHEN IS IT?
    July 18-25, 2020 — Ages 9+

    Camp hours are between 8:45am – 5:45pm. (Drop off/pick up times vary slightly depending on assigned class schedules)

    July 27-31, 2020 — Ages 5 – 8

    Camp hours are 8:30am – 12:30pm

    For students ages 5 and 6, a caregiver or parent chaperone must attend with the student. For students age 7 – 8, parent/guardian are welcome to attend but not required.

    NEED HELP WITH THE COST OF CAMP?
    The Conservatory’s Ambassador Fund is an application-based scholarship that can help offset some of the costs of camp for those that meet the guidelines.

    Learn more about the Ambassador Fund and Camp & apply here!

    ****UPDATE****

    Who is ready for summer?! We 100% are! Here at the Omaha Conservatory, we’ve been actively monitoring the coronavirus situation and we are sending regular updates to our community. We are closely following state and local health guidelines and will notify camp registrants of any changes to plans for OCMI. A few important things of note:

    • We have extended our payment due date for camp registrants to July 1 in consideration of health and financial impacts of COVID-19.
    • There’s been some major changes to the format of half-day camp. Tuition has dropped in order to accommodate families in our rapidly changing environment with consideration to financial challenges.

    Ambassador fund aid is still available for those who need help with the cost of camp!

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 19, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

20
  • Omaha Conservatory of Music Summer Institute
    8:00 am-6:00 pm
    July 20, 2020-July 25, 2020
    7023 Cass St, Omaha, NE 68132, USA

    WHAT IS OCM SUMMER INSTITUTE (OCMI)?
    OCMI is the Conservatory’s week-long summer music camp for young musicians to immerse themselves in rigorous study of their instrument & make music with peers from across the country. The curriculum is tailored to all levels of ability from beginning to advanced students. We bring in guest-artists from around the world to create the most vibrant & fun experience possible!

    WHO IS IT FOR?
    Strings, piano, and voice students ages 5 to seniors in high school!

    WHAT WILL I DO THERE?
    Each day is packed full of classes and private instruction, and wraps up with a concert. You’ll perform on some of them and learn from others!

    WHEN IS IT?
    July 18-25, 2020 — Ages 9+

    Camp hours are between 8:45am – 5:45pm. (Drop off/pick up times vary slightly depending on assigned class schedules)

    July 27-31, 2020 — Ages 5 – 8

    Camp hours are 8:30am – 12:30pm

    For students ages 5 and 6, a caregiver or parent chaperone must attend with the student. For students age 7 – 8, parent/guardian are welcome to attend but not required.

    NEED HELP WITH THE COST OF CAMP?
    The Conservatory’s Ambassador Fund is an application-based scholarship that can help offset some of the costs of camp for those that meet the guidelines.

    Learn more about the Ambassador Fund and Camp & apply here!

    ****UPDATE****

    Who is ready for summer?! We 100% are! Here at the Omaha Conservatory, we’ve been actively monitoring the coronavirus situation and we are sending regular updates to our community. We are closely following state and local health guidelines and will notify camp registrants of any changes to plans for OCMI. A few important things of note:

    • We have extended our payment due date for camp registrants to July 1 in consideration of health and financial impacts of COVID-19.
    • There’s been some major changes to the format of half-day camp. Tuition has dropped in order to accommodate families in our rapidly changing environment with consideration to financial challenges.

    Ambassador fund aid is still available for those who need help with the cost of camp!

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 20, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Omaha Conservatory of Music Summer Institute
    8:00 am-6:00 pm
    July 21, 2020-July 25, 2020
    7023 Cass St, Omaha, NE 68132, USA

    WHAT IS OCM SUMMER INSTITUTE (OCMI)?
    OCMI is the Conservatory’s week-long summer music camp for young musicians to immerse themselves in rigorous study of their instrument & make music with peers from across the country. The curriculum is tailored to all levels of ability from beginning to advanced students. We bring in guest-artists from around the world to create the most vibrant & fun experience possible!

    WHO IS IT FOR?
    Strings, piano, and voice students ages 5 to seniors in high school!

    WHAT WILL I DO THERE?
    Each day is packed full of classes and private instruction, and wraps up with a concert. You’ll perform on some of them and learn from others!

    WHEN IS IT?
    July 18-25, 2020 — Ages 9+

    Camp hours are between 8:45am – 5:45pm. (Drop off/pick up times vary slightly depending on assigned class schedules)

    July 27-31, 2020 — Ages 5 – 8

    Camp hours are 8:30am – 12:30pm

    For students ages 5 and 6, a caregiver or parent chaperone must attend with the student. For students age 7 – 8, parent/guardian are welcome to attend but not required.

    NEED HELP WITH THE COST OF CAMP?
    The Conservatory’s Ambassador Fund is an application-based scholarship that can help offset some of the costs of camp for those that meet the guidelines.

    Learn more about the Ambassador Fund and Camp & apply here!

    ****UPDATE****

    Who is ready for summer?! We 100% are! Here at the Omaha Conservatory, we’ve been actively monitoring the coronavirus situation and we are sending regular updates to our community. We are closely following state and local health guidelines and will notify camp registrants of any changes to plans for OCMI. A few important things of note:

    • We have extended our payment due date for camp registrants to July 1 in consideration of health and financial impacts of COVID-19.
    • There’s been some major changes to the format of half-day camp. Tuition has dropped in order to accommodate families in our rapidly changing environment with consideration to financial challenges.

    Ambassador fund aid is still available for those who need help with the cost of camp!

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 21, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Omaha Conservatory of Music Summer Institute
    8:00 am-6:00 pm
    July 22, 2020-July 25, 2020
    7023 Cass St, Omaha, NE 68132, USA

    WHAT IS OCM SUMMER INSTITUTE (OCMI)?
    OCMI is the Conservatory’s week-long summer music camp for young musicians to immerse themselves in rigorous study of their instrument & make music with peers from across the country. The curriculum is tailored to all levels of ability from beginning to advanced students. We bring in guest-artists from around the world to create the most vibrant & fun experience possible!

    WHO IS IT FOR?
    Strings, piano, and voice students ages 5 to seniors in high school!

    WHAT WILL I DO THERE?
    Each day is packed full of classes and private instruction, and wraps up with a concert. You’ll perform on some of them and learn from others!

    WHEN IS IT?
    July 18-25, 2020 — Ages 9+

    Camp hours are between 8:45am – 5:45pm. (Drop off/pick up times vary slightly depending on assigned class schedules)

    July 27-31, 2020 — Ages 5 – 8

    Camp hours are 8:30am – 12:30pm

    For students ages 5 and 6, a caregiver or parent chaperone must attend with the student. For students age 7 – 8, parent/guardian are welcome to attend but not required.

    NEED HELP WITH THE COST OF CAMP?
    The Conservatory’s Ambassador Fund is an application-based scholarship that can help offset some of the costs of camp for those that meet the guidelines.

    Learn more about the Ambassador Fund and Camp & apply here!

    ****UPDATE****

    Who is ready for summer?! We 100% are! Here at the Omaha Conservatory, we’ve been actively monitoring the coronavirus situation and we are sending regular updates to our community. We are closely following state and local health guidelines and will notify camp registrants of any changes to plans for OCMI. A few important things of note:

    • We have extended our payment due date for camp registrants to July 1 in consideration of health and financial impacts of COVID-19.
    • There’s been some major changes to the format of half-day camp. Tuition has dropped in order to accommodate families in our rapidly changing environment with consideration to financial challenges.

    Ambassador fund aid is still available for those who need help with the cost of camp!

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 22, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Omaha Conservatory of Music Summer Institute
    8:00 am-6:00 pm
    July 23, 2020-July 25, 2020
    7023 Cass St, Omaha, NE 68132, USA

    WHAT IS OCM SUMMER INSTITUTE (OCMI)?
    OCMI is the Conservatory’s week-long summer music camp for young musicians to immerse themselves in rigorous study of their instrument & make music with peers from across the country. The curriculum is tailored to all levels of ability from beginning to advanced students. We bring in guest-artists from around the world to create the most vibrant & fun experience possible!

    WHO IS IT FOR?
    Strings, piano, and voice students ages 5 to seniors in high school!

    WHAT WILL I DO THERE?
    Each day is packed full of classes and private instruction, and wraps up with a concert. You’ll perform on some of them and learn from others!

    WHEN IS IT?
    July 18-25, 2020 — Ages 9+

    Camp hours are between 8:45am – 5:45pm. (Drop off/pick up times vary slightly depending on assigned class schedules)

    July 27-31, 2020 — Ages 5 – 8

    Camp hours are 8:30am – 12:30pm

    For students ages 5 and 6, a caregiver or parent chaperone must attend with the student. For students age 7 – 8, parent/guardian are welcome to attend but not required.

    NEED HELP WITH THE COST OF CAMP?
    The Conservatory’s Ambassador Fund is an application-based scholarship that can help offset some of the costs of camp for those that meet the guidelines.

    Learn more about the Ambassador Fund and Camp & apply here!

    ****UPDATE****

    Who is ready for summer?! We 100% are! Here at the Omaha Conservatory, we’ve been actively monitoring the coronavirus situation and we are sending regular updates to our community. We are closely following state and local health guidelines and will notify camp registrants of any changes to plans for OCMI. A few important things of note:

    • We have extended our payment due date for camp registrants to July 1 in consideration of health and financial impacts of COVID-19.
    • There’s been some major changes to the format of half-day camp. Tuition has dropped in order to accommodate families in our rapidly changing environment with consideration to financial challenges.

    Ambassador fund aid is still available for those who need help with the cost of camp!

  • Metro Omaha Women’s Business Center Virtual Business Forums–Marketing
    5:00 pm-7:00 pm
    July 23, 2020

    Topics to include branding your business and logo development.

    Register Here

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 23, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Omaha Conservatory of Music Summer Institute
    8:00 am-6:00 pm
    July 24, 2020-July 25, 2020
    7023 Cass St, Omaha, NE 68132, USA

    WHAT IS OCM SUMMER INSTITUTE (OCMI)?
    OCMI is the Conservatory’s week-long summer music camp for young musicians to immerse themselves in rigorous study of their instrument & make music with peers from across the country. The curriculum is tailored to all levels of ability from beginning to advanced students. We bring in guest-artists from around the world to create the most vibrant & fun experience possible!

    WHO IS IT FOR?
    Strings, piano, and voice students ages 5 to seniors in high school!

    WHAT WILL I DO THERE?
    Each day is packed full of classes and private instruction, and wraps up with a concert. You’ll perform on some of them and learn from others!

    WHEN IS IT?
    July 18-25, 2020 — Ages 9+

    Camp hours are between 8:45am – 5:45pm. (Drop off/pick up times vary slightly depending on assigned class schedules)

    July 27-31, 2020 — Ages 5 – 8

    Camp hours are 8:30am – 12:30pm

    For students ages 5 and 6, a caregiver or parent chaperone must attend with the student. For students age 7 – 8, parent/guardian are welcome to attend but not required.

    NEED HELP WITH THE COST OF CAMP?
    The Conservatory’s Ambassador Fund is an application-based scholarship that can help offset some of the costs of camp for those that meet the guidelines.

    Learn more about the Ambassador Fund and Camp & apply here!

    ****UPDATE****

    Who is ready for summer?! We 100% are! Here at the Omaha Conservatory, we’ve been actively monitoring the coronavirus situation and we are sending regular updates to our community. We are closely following state and local health guidelines and will notify camp registrants of any changes to plans for OCMI. A few important things of note:

    • We have extended our payment due date for camp registrants to July 1 in consideration of health and financial impacts of COVID-19.
    • There’s been some major changes to the format of half-day camp. Tuition has dropped in order to accommodate families in our rapidly changing environment with consideration to financial challenges.

    Ambassador fund aid is still available for those who need help with the cost of camp!

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 24, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Omaha Conservatory of Music Summer Institute
    8:00 am-6:00 pm
    July 25, 2020-July 25, 2020
    7023 Cass St, Omaha, NE 68132, USA

    WHAT IS OCM SUMMER INSTITUTE (OCMI)?
    OCMI is the Conservatory’s week-long summer music camp for young musicians to immerse themselves in rigorous study of their instrument & make music with peers from across the country. The curriculum is tailored to all levels of ability from beginning to advanced students. We bring in guest-artists from around the world to create the most vibrant & fun experience possible!

    WHO IS IT FOR?
    Strings, piano, and voice students ages 5 to seniors in high school!

    WHAT WILL I DO THERE?
    Each day is packed full of classes and private instruction, and wraps up with a concert. You’ll perform on some of them and learn from others!

    WHEN IS IT?
    July 18-25, 2020 — Ages 9+

    Camp hours are between 8:45am – 5:45pm. (Drop off/pick up times vary slightly depending on assigned class schedules)

    July 27-31, 2020 — Ages 5 – 8

    Camp hours are 8:30am – 12:30pm

    For students ages 5 and 6, a caregiver or parent chaperone must attend with the student. For students age 7 – 8, parent/guardian are welcome to attend but not required.

    NEED HELP WITH THE COST OF CAMP?
    The Conservatory’s Ambassador Fund is an application-based scholarship that can help offset some of the costs of camp for those that meet the guidelines.

    Learn more about the Ambassador Fund and Camp & apply here!

    ****UPDATE****

    Who is ready for summer?! We 100% are! Here at the Omaha Conservatory, we’ve been actively monitoring the coronavirus situation and we are sending regular updates to our community. We are closely following state and local health guidelines and will notify camp registrants of any changes to plans for OCMI. A few important things of note:

    • We have extended our payment due date for camp registrants to July 1 in consideration of health and financial impacts of COVID-19.
    • There’s been some major changes to the format of half-day camp. Tuition has dropped in order to accommodate families in our rapidly changing environment with consideration to financial challenges.

    Ambassador fund aid is still available for those who need help with the cost of camp!

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 25, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 26, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Omaha Conservatory of Music Summer Institute
    8:00 am-6:00 pm
    July 27, 2020-July 31, 2020
    7023 Cass St, Omaha, NE 68132, USA

    WHAT IS OCM SUMMER INSTITUTE (OCMI)?
    OCMI is the Conservatory’s week-long summer music camp for young musicians to immerse themselves in rigorous study of their instrument & make music with peers from across the country. The curriculum is tailored to all levels of ability from beginning to advanced students. We bring in guest-artists from around the world to create the most vibrant & fun experience possible!

    WHO IS IT FOR?
    Strings, piano, and voice students ages 5 to seniors in high school!

    WHAT WILL I DO THERE?
    Each day is packed full of classes and private instruction, and wraps up with a concert. You’ll perform on some of them and learn from others!

    WHEN IS IT?
    July 18-25, 2020 — Ages 9+

    Camp hours are between 8:45am – 5:45pm. (Drop off/pick up times vary slightly depending on assigned class schedules)

    July 27-31, 2020 — Ages 5 – 8

    Camp hours are 8:30am – 12:30pm

    For students ages 5 and 6, a caregiver or parent chaperone must attend with the student. For students age 7 – 8, parent/guardian are welcome to attend but not required.

    NEED HELP WITH THE COST OF CAMP?
    The Conservatory’s Ambassador Fund is an application-based scholarship that can help offset some of the costs of camp for those that meet the guidelines.

    Learn more about the Ambassador Fund and Camp & apply here!

    **UPDATE**

    Who is ready for summer?! We 100% are! Here at the Omaha Conservatory, we’ve been actively monitoring the coronavirus situation and we are sending regular updates to our community. We are closely following state and local health guidelines and will notify camp registrants of any changes to plans for OCMI. A few important things of note:

    • We have extended our payment due date for camp registrants to July 1 in consideration of health and financial impacts of COVID-19.
    • There’s been some major changes to the format of half-day camp. Tuition has dropped in order to accommodate families in our rapidly changing environment with consideration to financial challenges.

    Ambassador fund aid is still available for those who need help with the cost of camp!

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 27, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Omaha Conservatory of Music Summer Institute
    8:00 am-6:00 pm
    July 28, 2020-July 31, 2020
    7023 Cass St, Omaha, NE 68132, USA

    WHAT IS OCM SUMMER INSTITUTE (OCMI)?
    OCMI is the Conservatory’s week-long summer music camp for young musicians to immerse themselves in rigorous study of their instrument & make music with peers from across the country. The curriculum is tailored to all levels of ability from beginning to advanced students. We bring in guest-artists from around the world to create the most vibrant & fun experience possible!

    WHO IS IT FOR?
    Strings, piano, and voice students ages 5 to seniors in high school!

    WHAT WILL I DO THERE?
    Each day is packed full of classes and private instruction, and wraps up with a concert. You’ll perform on some of them and learn from others!

    WHEN IS IT?
    July 18-25, 2020 — Ages 9+

    Camp hours are between 8:45am – 5:45pm. (Drop off/pick up times vary slightly depending on assigned class schedules)

    July 27-31, 2020 — Ages 5 – 8

    Camp hours are 8:30am – 12:30pm

    For students ages 5 and 6, a caregiver or parent chaperone must attend with the student. For students age 7 – 8, parent/guardian are welcome to attend but not required.

    NEED HELP WITH THE COST OF CAMP?
    The Conservatory’s Ambassador Fund is an application-based scholarship that can help offset some of the costs of camp for those that meet the guidelines.

    Learn more about the Ambassador Fund and Camp & apply here!

    **UPDATE**

    Who is ready for summer?! We 100% are! Here at the Omaha Conservatory, we’ve been actively monitoring the coronavirus situation and we are sending regular updates to our community. We are closely following state and local health guidelines and will notify camp registrants of any changes to plans for OCMI. A few important things of note:

    • We have extended our payment due date for camp registrants to July 1 in consideration of health and financial impacts of COVID-19.
    • There’s been some major changes to the format of half-day camp. Tuition has dropped in order to accommodate families in our rapidly changing environment with consideration to financial challenges.

    Ambassador fund aid is still available for those who need help with the cost of camp!

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 28, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Omaha Conservatory of Music Summer Institute
    8:00 am-6:00 pm
    July 29, 2020-July 31, 2020
    7023 Cass St, Omaha, NE 68132, USA

    WHAT IS OCM SUMMER INSTITUTE (OCMI)?
    OCMI is the Conservatory’s week-long summer music camp for young musicians to immerse themselves in rigorous study of their instrument & make music with peers from across the country. The curriculum is tailored to all levels of ability from beginning to advanced students. We bring in guest-artists from around the world to create the most vibrant & fun experience possible!

    WHO IS IT FOR?
    Strings, piano, and voice students ages 5 to seniors in high school!

    WHAT WILL I DO THERE?
    Each day is packed full of classes and private instruction, and wraps up with a concert. You’ll perform on some of them and learn from others!

    WHEN IS IT?
    July 18-25, 2020 — Ages 9+

    Camp hours are between 8:45am – 5:45pm. (Drop off/pick up times vary slightly depending on assigned class schedules)

    July 27-31, 2020 — Ages 5 – 8

    Camp hours are 8:30am – 12:30pm

    For students ages 5 and 6, a caregiver or parent chaperone must attend with the student. For students age 7 – 8, parent/guardian are welcome to attend but not required.

    NEED HELP WITH THE COST OF CAMP?
    The Conservatory’s Ambassador Fund is an application-based scholarship that can help offset some of the costs of camp for those that meet the guidelines.

    Learn more about the Ambassador Fund and Camp & apply here!

    **UPDATE**

    Who is ready for summer?! We 100% are! Here at the Omaha Conservatory, we’ve been actively monitoring the coronavirus situation and we are sending regular updates to our community. We are closely following state and local health guidelines and will notify camp registrants of any changes to plans for OCMI. A few important things of note:

    • We have extended our payment due date for camp registrants to July 1 in consideration of health and financial impacts of COVID-19.
    • There’s been some major changes to the format of half-day camp. Tuition has dropped in order to accommodate families in our rapidly changing environment with consideration to financial challenges.

    Ambassador fund aid is still available for those who need help with the cost of camp!

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 29, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Omaha Conservatory of Music Summer Institute
    8:00 am-6:00 pm
    July 30, 2020-July 31, 2020
    7023 Cass St, Omaha, NE 68132, USA

    WHAT IS OCM SUMMER INSTITUTE (OCMI)?
    OCMI is the Conservatory’s week-long summer music camp for young musicians to immerse themselves in rigorous study of their instrument & make music with peers from across the country. The curriculum is tailored to all levels of ability from beginning to advanced students. We bring in guest-artists from around the world to create the most vibrant & fun experience possible!

    WHO IS IT FOR?
    Strings, piano, and voice students ages 5 to seniors in high school!

    WHAT WILL I DO THERE?
    Each day is packed full of classes and private instruction, and wraps up with a concert. You’ll perform on some of them and learn from others!

    WHEN IS IT?
    July 18-25, 2020 — Ages 9+

    Camp hours are between 8:45am – 5:45pm. (Drop off/pick up times vary slightly depending on assigned class schedules)

    July 27-31, 2020 — Ages 5 – 8

    Camp hours are 8:30am – 12:30pm

    For students ages 5 and 6, a caregiver or parent chaperone must attend with the student. For students age 7 – 8, parent/guardian are welcome to attend but not required.

    NEED HELP WITH THE COST OF CAMP?
    The Conservatory’s Ambassador Fund is an application-based scholarship that can help offset some of the costs of camp for those that meet the guidelines.

    Learn more about the Ambassador Fund and Camp & apply here!

    **UPDATE**

    Who is ready for summer?! We 100% are! Here at the Omaha Conservatory, we’ve been actively monitoring the coronavirus situation and we are sending regular updates to our community. We are closely following state and local health guidelines and will notify camp registrants of any changes to plans for OCMI. A few important things of note:

    • We have extended our payment due date for camp registrants to July 1 in consideration of health and financial impacts of COVID-19.
    • There’s been some major changes to the format of half-day camp. Tuition has dropped in order to accommodate families in our rapidly changing environment with consideration to financial challenges.

    Ambassador fund aid is still available for those who need help with the cost of camp!

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 30, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Omaha Conservatory of Music Summer Institute
    8:00 am-6:00 pm
    July 31, 2020-July 31, 2020
    7023 Cass St, Omaha, NE 68132, USA

    WHAT IS OCM SUMMER INSTITUTE (OCMI)?
    OCMI is the Conservatory’s week-long summer music camp for young musicians to immerse themselves in rigorous study of their instrument & make music with peers from across the country. The curriculum is tailored to all levels of ability from beginning to advanced students. We bring in guest-artists from around the world to create the most vibrant & fun experience possible!

    WHO IS IT FOR?
    Strings, piano, and voice students ages 5 to seniors in high school!

    WHAT WILL I DO THERE?
    Each day is packed full of classes and private instruction, and wraps up with a concert. You’ll perform on some of them and learn from others!

    WHEN IS IT?
    July 18-25, 2020 — Ages 9+

    Camp hours are between 8:45am – 5:45pm. (Drop off/pick up times vary slightly depending on assigned class schedules)

    July 27-31, 2020 — Ages 5 – 8

    Camp hours are 8:30am – 12:30pm

    For students ages 5 and 6, a caregiver or parent chaperone must attend with the student. For students age 7 – 8, parent/guardian are welcome to attend but not required.

    NEED HELP WITH THE COST OF CAMP?
    The Conservatory’s Ambassador Fund is an application-based scholarship that can help offset some of the costs of camp for those that meet the guidelines.

    Learn more about the Ambassador Fund and Camp & apply here!

    **UPDATE**

    Who is ready for summer?! We 100% are! Here at the Omaha Conservatory, we’ve been actively monitoring the coronavirus situation and we are sending regular updates to our community. We are closely following state and local health guidelines and will notify camp registrants of any changes to plans for OCMI. A few important things of note:

    • We have extended our payment due date for camp registrants to July 1 in consideration of health and financial impacts of COVID-19.
    • There’s been some major changes to the format of half-day camp. Tuition has dropped in order to accommodate families in our rapidly changing environment with consideration to financial challenges.

    Ambassador fund aid is still available for those who need help with the cost of camp!

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    July 31, 2020-October 29, 2020
    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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