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High school girls can discover opportunities in the fields of science, math, engineering and technology at two week-long camps to be held this summer at S&T.
“It’s a Girl Thing” camp will be held June 8-12 for girls entering 7th and 8th grade in the fall. This week-long residential program is designed to provide a fun and introductory engineering, science and technology experience. Attendees will be exposed to the various science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) careers and encouraged to explore their
personal interests through group projects and design competitions. Registration is $300 and covers meals, activities, supplies and housing. The deadline for registration is May 1. Enrollment is limited, so apply online today at wise.mst.edu/precollege_summer/its_a_girl_thing.html.
“Summer Solutions” camp will be held June 22-26 for girls entering 9th and 10th grade in the fall, or for home-schooled girls ages 14-16. This week-long residential program is designed to give students the experience of college life while learning more about career options in science, engineering and math. Students will live in a dorm, meet current students and professors, participate in team projects, and gain a better understanding of what engineers and scientists really do and how. Registration is $300 and covers meals, activities, supplies and housing. The deadline for registration is May 8. Enrollment is limited, so apply online today at wise.mst.edu/precollege_summer/solutions.html.
For more information, contact Cindi Guess in the Women in Science and Engineering program at 341-7286 or email@example.com.