Camp STEM, Girls Academy and Forensic Investigation camps accepting applications
WVU Tech’s popular summer camp programs are now accepting applications.
Forensic Investigation Camp, June 11-14
WVU Tech’s Forensic Investigation camp returns to campus June 11-14. The day camp runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily, allowing students to learn about the forensic investigation field in courses such as trace evidence examination, crime scene investigation and forensic DNA.
The camp is open to middle and high school students. Campers must apply by Tuesday, May 15
Camp STEM, June 17-22
The Camp STEM program is for boys and girls in 9-12 grades who are interested in learning about science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The overnight camp runs June 17-22 and allows students to attend interactive classes in everything from electronics and robotics to automobile science and forensics.
Campers will also work on special projects, take fields trips and explore what life is like for college students. Applications for Camp STEM are open until Friday, May 11.
Camp STEM is sponsored in part by Dow.
STEM Summer Academy for Girls, July 8-13, 2018
Now in its fourth year, the STEM Summer Academy for Girls puts current and incoming high school girls in touch with female STEM professionals for a week of career exploration.
The overnight camp runs July 8-13. Campers take courses in fields such as chemistry and robotics, work on special projects, participate in field trips and meet with women who have built careers in STEM fields. Students also work with their instructors and college student counselors to learn about college pathways. Application are due by Sunday, June 10.
The Academy is made possible with support from Toyota.
Find out more and apply to any of the above camps at camps.wvutech.edu