Greene County Schools' Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics (STEM) Education Summer Camp will assist students realize their potential for success in STEM careers by supporting their exploration of S.T.E.M. related fields. Students that volunteer can earn over 150 hours of community service. Any student interested in volunteering can access the volunteer signup form by clicking on the link below. Any questions, contact José Garcia 252.747.3814 or email@example.com.
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Renewable Energy and Green Manufacturing Academy for Rural Middle School Students in Eastern North Carolina
!!!Hands on Learning and Field Trips in Renewable Energy and Green Manufacturing!!!
When: Monday July 22nd to Friday August 2nd, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM-3:30 PM
Where: East Carolina University
The College of Engineering and Technology (CET) at East Carolina University (ECU) is partnering with middle schools in rural eastern North Carolina (ENC) to offer summer camps focused on renewable energy and green manufacturing. The objectives of this educational opportunity are to a) excite students about pursuing professional and research careers in science-related areas; b) enhance students' proficiencies in science and mathematics; and c) encourage and motivate students to persist with science and mathematics education through scientific inquiry based hands-on learning.
The project is held during the summer at the ECU campus and will bring together approximately seventy-five (75) middle school students over a period of three (3) years. Each year, approximately twenty-five (25) 7th grade students, exhibiting a strong potential for STEM, will be actively recruited. Working collaboratively with STEM East, NC Society of Hispanic Professionals (NCSHP), teachers, and parents we plan to recruit underserved and unrepresented STEM oriented middle school students.
The State of North Carolina has some of the worlds most diverse fishing opportunities, from the mountains to the sea there are 26 freshwater and 34 saltwater popular game fish species.
This week long, not-resident camp is a special introduction to fishing which will provide our participants with an overview of the sport of fishing and introduce them to the many opportunities on the coast. Students will learn fishing knots and tackle, catching and finding bait, catching fish from the surf, piers and charter boats.
Students will learn how to use bait casting, spin casting rods and will receive an introduction to fly fishing and fly tying. Students will also learn about fishing regulations and careers in fish biology and ocean science.
The camp is open to students age 14-17.
Camp fee is $250.00 per student.
The applications are due June 1st and payment is due by June 10th.
*Special Note: Registered Scouts and Venturers will complete requirements for the Fishing, Fly Fishing, Fish and Wildlife Management merit badges, BSA Complete Angler Award, and Certified Angling Instructor.
For more information contact Dr. Pat Curley at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit: sciencehouse.ncsu.edu
Mr. J Garcia