The goal of the Engineering summer camps is to introduce various engineering disciplines, computer science and construction management to young, aspiring high-school students through a set of activities that are fun, challenging, and thought-provoking. Students will have the opportunity to learn about how engineering impacts our lives through participation in various hands-on laboratory experiments, design contests and field trips. They will also get a flavor of residential college life, and will hopefully build lasting friendships with their peers from other high schools.
High school students interested in science, technology and engineering are encouraged to apply.
Accommodations will be provided in the residence halls of the university. Participants will be assigned to double occupancy rooms; two rooms with shared bathroom facilities.
Each participant will be issued a university debit card to use for meals and snacks at the Morris University Center.
Students will be supervised during all academic and recreational activities, including the overnight residence hall stay.
All participants will be provided with limited Camper's Medical Benefit Coverage during the program. Coverage will provide benefits for necessary medical treatment of accidental injury up to the policy maximum.
Participants will have access to evening recreational activities within the Vadalabene Center and University Center for a wide range of individual and group activities.
A family reception will be hosted for all participants on the last day of each session. Family and friends are invited.
A commemorative group photograph will be provided to each participant.
The fee for the High School Outreach program is $400, and includes accommodations, food, transportation to and from field trips, as well as all necessary materials and supplies. On-campus parking is available for students who will be driving themselves, and the parking permit can be requested for an additional $16. A limited number of scholarships are available for students who can demonstrate inability to pay the full cost of the program. For more information regarding scholarships, contact Dr. Gordon at email@example.com.
|Engineering Summer Camp
SIUE School of Engineering
Campus Box 1804
Edwardsville, IL 62026-1804
The deadline for receipt of application forms is Friday, May 9, 2014. Students selected for participation will be notified as soon as their application materials have been approved. Students requesting financial aid will be notified shortly after the cutoff date for applications.
For more information, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.