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Pathways Camp

Pathways Camp Graphic Students in grades 6-8 can explore careers this summer by personalizing their experience during Tolles’ Pathways Camp. Nearly 20 career exploration workshops are available in the areas of Engineering & Robotics, Computers, Cosmetology, Healthcare & Athletics, Nature & Natural Resources, Automotive, Equine Science,  Nursing and Safety, Art & Fashion, and Culinary Arts.

Our camps are open to students in our seven associate school districts (Dublin, Fairbanks, Hilliard, Jonathan Alder, London, Madison-Plains & Jefferson Local).

Registration Information

  • Payments must be made online. If you have problems registering online, please contact Shea Havens-White at 614-873-4666, ext. 4261 or email 
  • Session space is limited. Registration is first come, first serve. Sessions must have minimum of 5 students. Refunds will be made for any session canceled.
  • Campers can choose their schedule and can attend as many sessions they are interested in throughout the week.
  • All camps are taught by Tolles career-tech instructors.
  • All campers receive a Pathways t-shirt as part of their registration.
  • Students may choose morning and/or afternoon sessions. If planning a morning and afternoon session on the same day, campers should bring a sack lunch.
  • Payments must be made online. If you have problems registering online, please contact Shea Havens-White at 614-873-4666, ext. 4261 or email

    Session Listing

    Pathways Camp allows students to select from a menu of sessions to mix-and-match their exploration of various careers. Here is a listing of possible sessions available:
    • Mini Me I and II Cosmetology sessions give students the opportunity to explore cosmetology;
    • Engineering and Robotics Oh My! sessions are hands-on exploration of robotics and engineering;
    • First Aid/CPR and Nursing Basics sessions explore the areas of healthcare and safety;
    • New Tech, Now What?, Computer Networking and Colorful Cables sessions allow students to get involved in the area of information technology;
    • Troubled Waters, Natural Resources and Nature Interpretations are three sessions that get students outdoors exploring the environment;
    • Culinary and Cooking sessions explore the profession of culinary arts;
    • Basic Vehicle Servicing and Preventative Car Maintenance sessions will allow students to explore automotive careers;
    • Dog Obedience is a session designed to give students hands-on opportunities in animal industry;
    • Equine Management is an all-day session that will take place at Breakaway Farms in Mt. Sterling, Ohio.

    Required Forms

    Please download, complete and either:

    Mail to: Shea Havens-White, Tolles Career & Technical Center, 7877 US Hwy 42 S., Plain City, Ohio 43064


    Scan and email to:



    Contact Shea Havens-White

    Phone: 614-873-4666, ext. 4261

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