Kimberly Langley, Early Childhood Instructor at the New Albany School of Career & Technical Education visited the Boys & Girls Club of New Albany on September 14 and provided after-school activities. Langley met with boys in grades 5th-8th and discussed being good role models for younger children and careers working with children.  These students also researched careers based on their career interests.  This mini-camp series was provided as part of the Career & Technical Education Non-Traditional Participation Grant Project.  The goal of this grant is to provide students enriched and rigorous early exposure to non-traditional related experiences.