Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Summer STEM Camps

Image from RIT.edu (the 2014 girls camp photo)
Deaf and hard of hearing middle school students will gather from around the country for camps at the Rochester Institute of Technology to talk about STEM. The week-long camps will focus on science, technology, engineering and math. The school says, "Through hands-on activities, campers will explore chemistry, computers, engineering and science--even building their own computers to take home and commanding simulated missions to Mars. They also will meet other students with similar interests and enjoy social activities." Classes are held in both English and sign language from July 23-28. Find out more at RIT's TechGirlz
site and TechBoyz site.

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