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Tomorrow Is Mine shows children their futures are open to whatever they want to do [Register-Herald]

WVU Tech’s Tomorrow Is Mine Camp, a weeklong summer camp program where children ages 10 to 13 have a chance to explore different careers and make new friends while still enjoying a traditional camping experience.

Tomorrow Is Mine's 36 campers have come from several southern West Virginia counties, including Boone, Wyoming, McDowell, Lincoln. Logan, Raleigh, and Summers.

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Like its students, Camp STEM reaches its teens

WVU Tech’s longest-running summer camp program has turned 13. Camp STEM is designed to introduce high school boys and girls to concepts and careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The weeklong, overnight camp returned this year with another chance for students in the Mountain State to explore STEM.

“There’s a different balance in the camp this year,” said Dr. Kimberlyn Gray, a professor in the WVU Tech chemical engineering department and organizer of the camp.

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