The University of Evansville in Evansville, Indiana, has announced dates for the school’s annual youth engineering summer camps.
The engineering camps are orchestrated by the university’s College of Engineering and Computer Science. Each year, the college hosts “OPTIONS,” which aims to help young students interested in science and technology learn about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)-based career paths.
This summer, the school is offering three different Engineering OPTIONS camps aimed at different age groups and genders.
The first Engineering OPTIONS camp for middle school boys runs June 6-10. The program is structured as a day camp with participants going home at night.
The second career exploration camp is for high school girls and will run June 12-17. Participants spend a week living at the university engaging in various engineering and science activities. The camp is open to girls in ninth through 11th grade who have completed geometry.
The final Engineering OPTIONS camp is for middle school girls and goes from June 19-22. This camp allows girls to stay at the university while they explore STEM career options.
Interested students can apply online at the University of Evansville’s website.
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