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KU Summer Engineering Camps Equal Serious Fun

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

The University of Kansas School of Engineering is now enrolling middle school and high school students in its 2011 summer engineering camps.

KU Engineering offers two sessions of Summer Engineering Camp – Project Discovery, a weeklong high school level residential camp for students entering ninth through 12 th grade in the fall.  Middle school students in the Blue Valley and Olathe school districts can take part in Transforming the Future: Engineering in Disguise, a weeklong day-camp held in the Kansas City area.

Both programs introduce students to the fun of engineering and show them the rewarding careers they can have as engineers or computer scientists.  Space for each camp is limited and early registration is encouraged.

Summer Engineering Camp – Project Discovery

Weeklong KU residential camp for high school students
June 12-17, 2011
Or
July 17-22, 2011

Transforming the Future: Engineering in Disguise

Weeklong day camp targeting middle school students in the Olathe and Blue Valley school districts
June 6-10, 2011

Some financial assistance may be available for students who qualify.

Learn more on our Events & Camps page.



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