Engineering summer camps: What will your children remember most about this summer?

May 17th, 2013

By Kathryn Hong

Participants from 2012 engineering summer camps
Engineering summer camps: What will your children remember most about this summer?

Memorial University’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science is thrilled to continue offering engaging and educational camps for youth, ages 9 to 18.

This summer’s camps include Robotics, Junior Engineers and Girl Quest and an ArcticENGINEER enrichment program. Camp co-ordinators are working hard to ensure that participants have a summer to remember. From exploring the world of robotics to the depths of engineering, science, mathematics and technology to the exciting field of Arctic engineering – participants will have so much fun as their inner explorer takes over.

Engineers are playing valuable roles in industries in our province and internationally. Nurturing young minds and encouraging them to explore the wide world of engineering is a fantastic way to ensure today's youth have opportunities to tap into these growing fields. Participants will not only learn a lot this summer but will have a blast doing so. Check out the proof in these smiles from one of last year’s camps!

Robotics and Junior Engineers are proudly offered by Memorial's Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.

Girl Quest has been made possible through generous funding from Hebron and Hibernia Managament Development Company Ltd.

ArcticENGINEER is funded by the Research & Development Corporation through its ArcticTECH program in an effort to introduce top high school students to research and careers in engineering research in the Arctic.

For descriptions and schedules of the camps, as well as registration and application information, please click here.

Contact

Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science

230 Elizabeth Ave

St. John's, NL A1B 3X9 CANADA

Tel: (709) 864-2530

Fax: (709) 864-2552

becomestudent@mun.ca