We invite you to join us for the 3rd annual Science In The City Summer Camp. This camp is an opportunity to give underrepresented minority students access to science at an early age. This GoogleTM sponsored camp is offered through a collaboration between Stanford University's Science In The City research group and The Social Engineering Project. The Social Engineering Project seeks to impact the world by building and sustaining social structures that will support themselves and impact change. In this camp, the focus is to get 4th and 5th graders excited about science. During our one week session students will learn Biology, Physics, Chemistry and Engineering. This high energy camp requires young people to think hard, ask questions, and to generate powerful explanations about science. The power of getting young people involved in science is that allowing them to experience success at an early age removes any doubt that science is for our children. Consider joining us for this year's camp. Spaces are limited, so sign up today!
Science In The City Summer Camp
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The Basic Details
The Science in The City Camp is a day camp. Students will arrive at 9:00am for instruction and will be dismissed at 3:00pm. Lunch will be provided. As a result, please provide information about your child's dietary or allergy limitations.
The Sign Up and Registration links are separate links. You must register first and pay the $310 camp fee using the buy now link. To register click below
To pay, click the link below:
Your spot will be reserved when BOTH the registration and payment are completed. You will receive an e-mail confirmation to verify completion. Scholarships are available. To apply for a scholarship CLICK HERE
DATES: August 8 through August 12th
TIME: 9:00am to 3:00pm
LOCATION: Roses In The Concrete School
4551 Steele St, Oakland, CA 94619
For More Info: Contact Kevin Nichols