2018 FLCC Middle School STEaM Camp
FLCC will host a series of STEaM camps (STEaM stands for science, technology, engineering, art and math) at its campus centers this summer for students entering seventh through ninth grades in the fall.
Victor Campus Center, July 9-13
Students will explore different areas of technology and design and build their own projects before competing with them on the final day of the camp. FLCC faculty will present projects in engineering, mechanical technology, instrumentation and control technologies, and architecture. The cost is $250 for payment by June 22, rising to $275 after June 22.
Newark Campus Center, July 16-20
Students will explore how science is integrated into agribusiness. FLCC faculty and staff will teach the science and technology of developing and growing crops. Students will also learn elements of graphic design and will develop marketing materials for an agribusiness. On the last day of camp they will unveil their graphics and learn more about the contributions of agriculture to the economy of Wayne County. The cost is $200 for payment by June 22, rising to $225 after June 22.
Geneva Campus Center, July 23-27
Students will explore the forensic science of crime scene investigation, learn how to respond in certain health emergencies, and take part in inquiry into the response of aquatic systems to human manipulation. Students will also use technology to develop a tour through the campus center. The cost is $200 for payment by June 22, rising to $225 after June 22.
For more information, contact Stuart Schnettler at firstname.lastname@example.org