Explore Our Community Programming
Pablo Center at the Confluence works on the values of Possibilities, Partnership, and Access.
Through these values we strive to build community partnerships and workforce development opportunities by creating relationships with organizations and education institutions throughout the Chippewa Valley to increase opportunities for youth to explore literary, visual performing and STEAM opportunities; and for young adults and beyond to continuously work to develop workforce skills in demand in the Chippewa Valley.
Youth Clubs & Workshops
Workforce & Professional Development
For Educators and Administrators
Currently Open Programming
From adults to pre-k, through our commitment to teach and share the arts we offer educational opportunities to inspire generations old and young to love the arts as much as we do. Below are our currently available programming.
GIRLS WHO CODE CLUB
PABLO CENTER ROBOTICS CLUBS
To engage students in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM), Pablo Center offers a range of opportunities for student to design, build, program, and even compete with robots. Lego Spike Club is a new offering designed for 5th-7th graders new to programming and robotics, while Lego League is an introduction to competitive robotics for students in 6th-8th grade. New this year, FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) is a robotics team for area high school students who want to challenge themselves with science and technology what students say is the “hardest fun you’ll ever have.”
Pablo Center Learning Pods
A safe and socially distant resource for students and families in our community. Open to grades 4-10, PCLP supports and facilitates a sucessful learning environment by providing aid and supervising students as they work through their remote-learning curriculum.
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SPECIAL TOPIC WORKSHOPS
We offer a variety of one day and multi-part special topic workshops throughout the year that range from ranging from workforce development to skill building.
In recognition of National Apprenticeship Month in November, Chippewa Valley Technical College and Pablo Center at the Confluence are partnering to host the third annual apprenticeship exploration day highlighting how workers can enter skilled trades through a combination of on-the-job training and classroom instruction.
WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS SUMMIT
Hosted in partnership with the Eau Claire Area Chamber of Commerce, this event is designed to provide area employers with practical solutions they can implement to solve immediate and long-term workforce challenges.
Pablo Center strives to create unique educational experiences for area school groups throughout the year. This includes school matinees, master classes, lecture/demos, artists classroom visits, behind the scene tours, and more. Want to learn about how your education group can get involved?
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