Tampa, Fla. – Prodigy® Cultural Arts, a University Area CDC (Community Development Corporation) program, is offering free summer classes for those ages six to 18.
Examples of classes offered include music production, comedy improv, guitar, coding, culinary arts, visual arts, STEM and more. Prodigy® classes are designed to build life skills, promote confidence and support youth success.
University Area CDC’s Prodigy® Arts Program is available in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Polk and Orange counties at various sites, such Boys and Girls Clubs, Florida Institute for Community Studies Inc. and The Florida Museum of Photographic Arts. A full list of Prodigy locations can be found at uacdc.org/prodigysites.
To make Prodigy® classes even more accessible, arts teachers take fully outfitted vans all over west central Florida via Prodigy® Moves. Anyone requesting a Prodigy® Moves program for their area should visituacdc.org/prodigymoves or call 813-558-5212.
Most summer classes last six to eight weeks. Students may continue taking Prodigy® classes in the Fall without re-registering. Like summer classes, no fee is required to attend Prodigy® classes in the Fall.
Classes are filled first come first serve. Registration is available online atuacdc.org/prodigyregistration.
Serving the community for more than 20 years, University Area CDC offers support for thousands of Tampa residents through youth programs, adult education and resource assistance. Its primary mission is the redevelopment and sustainability of the at-risk areas surrounding University of South Florida’s Tampa campus. For more information about Prodigy® or University Area CDC, visit uacdc.org or call 813.558.5212.