The Summer Reading Clinic is the internship site for the graduate students enrolled in the MS in Reading Specialization. Graduate students serve as clinicians in two different settings:
- the Hood College Reading Clinic serving children enrolled in elementary schools, ages six through twelve
- the Frederick Community College (FCC) Reading Camp, serving students in middle school, high school and college level.
The number of children and adolescents served each year is dependent upon the number of graduate students enrolled in the clinical experience.
The Hood College Reading Clinic is a six-week experience for elementary students, beginning in late June. The clinic hours are 9 - 11:30 a.m., Monday through Thursday. Inquiries about the Hood College Reading Clinic should be directed to Dr. Ellen Koitz, Director
The FCC Reading Camp consists of two three-week sessions; one beginning in late June and one beginning in mid-July. The camp hours are from 9 - 11:30 a.m., Monday through Thursday. Inquiries about the FCC Reading Camp should be directed to Dr. Chris Helfrich at Frederick Community College