Mid Michigan College’s Education Talent Search (ETS) program is offering a free STEM camp for local sixth, seventh, and eighth graders starting July 12.
“This year we’re excited to offer a STEM Camp on Mid’s Harrison Campus,” said Marilee Kujat, Director of ETS at Mid. “Science, technology, engineering, and math-related career opportunities continue to grow in many industries, and we want to give local students hands-on STEM experiences early-on in their educations to help them succeed.”
The camp is FREE, open to all 6th-8th grade students in Clare and Gladwin counties, and will take place on Mid’s Harrison Campus. Students will receive breakfast and lunch at no cost, and attend 8:30am-4pm Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday for two weeks, beginning July 12 and ending July 21.
“Students will explore STEM hands-on through projects related to robotics, augmented and virtual reality, 3D printing, and more,” explained Kujat. “This camp will be engaging, exciting, and fun for students—we’re so excited to welcome them to campus!”
Students DO NOT have to be currently enrolled in ETS to attend. To register a student for this camp, contact Marilee Kujat at (989) 386-6622 x529 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mid’s ETS program is a federal-grant funded program that provides college readiness and career exploration services to 6th-12th graders in Clare and Gladwin counties who are low income and/or potential first-generation college students.