Small, In- person Spring Camps at our Tampa and Sabal Park locations, approved by Vocational Rehabilitation.

Work Readiness – Self Advocacy – Work Based Learning Experiences – Post Secondary Educational Training – Job Exploration Training in a relaxed and supportive environment!

Camps will be held : 5420 W.Cypress St. Tampa, FL 33607 & 3901 Coconut Palm Drive Tampa, FL 33619

COVID-19 protocols in place. Campers must wear masks and abide by social distancing measures. Contact Colin  DiResta Phone: 843-513-7933 f or more information.

Virtual Coding Technology Spring Camp!

Spring Break Virtual Coding Camp for youth ages 14-21 is back!  By the end of this camp, students will be able to; understand what realistic job and school options are in their area that correspond with their chosen career field, understand how their skills can benefit them in a work setting, and be able to participate in work based learning experiences.

Please contact Christy Nammour for information.


Camps are free to attend for individuals referred by their Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors.

Update on 2021 Summer Career Camps

MTC is planning  in person Career Exploration and Workplace readiness Camps, and online technology Summer Camps for neurodiverse youth, ages 14-21 who may not otherwise have the opportunity to enjoy the traditional camp experience.

MTC was proud to be selected by Vocational Rehabilitation as an authorized provider of summer camps for youth with disabilities in 2020.

• Career Exploration and Job Exploration
• Self-Advocacy Skills
• Workplace Readiness Training


  • Ages 14 to 21 with a documented disability
  • Will be attending high school or post-secondary school in Fall 2021
  • Have written consent from parent or guardian before enrolling in these services

Hours: Camp runs 10:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Health& Safety:
We are following all CDC and City COVID-19 guidelines and best practices to keep everyone safe and healthy. We have adopted new and enhanced cleaning and sanitizing procedures in all our spaces to ensure a safe environment. Please keep campers at home if they are sick of if they may have been exposed to the virus.

We will have a few new procedures for camp drop-off and pick-up :

We will have a car-line at arrival and dismissal at the rear of our building. We will be signing campers in and taking temperatures outside the building. Parents will not be allowed to enter the facility so please use the drop-off and pick-up car-line during designated drop-off and pick-up times.

During drop off time, each camper’s temperature will be taken. Campers who have a fever of 100.4°F (38°C) or above or other signs of illness will not be signed in for camp.

Please send campers with a mask, as they will be asked to wear them throughout the day.  Please prepare your camper about what camp will look like and what campers should expect on their first day.

Contact Kaylin Villeme for  information: [email protected]