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June 20, 2019
Chipola College will offer a series of engineering-related summer activities, June 24-29.
A few seats remain for the camp designed for recent high school grads and rising 11th and 12th graders. The 5-day camp will introduce students to careers in Advanced Manufacturing, and provides a free one-week “test drive” for students who may be interested in an engineering technology career.
Participants will complete a variety of hands-on projects while they explore electricity and electronics, mechanics, hydraulics and pneumatics, and manufacturing automation. The camp showcases the problem-based hands-on learning method that is the centerpiece of Chipola’s engineering technology program curriculum.
In addition, participants will learn about the exciting and high-paying career field of Advanced Manufacturing and delve into alternative educational pathways to a job in engineering, including college credit certificates and the A.S. Engineering degree, as well as A.S.-to-B.S. ET statewide articulation programs. Space is limited. Applications must be completed in order to qualify for the camps.
The next session is Monday, June 24 through Friday, June 28, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The camps are free of charge to students, and lunch will be provided.
For information, call Margi Lee at 850-718-2321, email Leem@chipola.edu or text (828) 832-6023.