Free STEM Summer Camps with STEM NOLA

 FREE STEM SUMMER CAMPS

Dillard University Minority Male Tech Camp for Rising Middle Schoolers:

Dillard University in  partnership with the Verizon Innovative Learning Minority Males Initiative will provide 150 minority males in middle school with an immersive tech experience on their campus to encourage an interest in STEM education.  Young men will spend two weeks on Dillard’s campus immersed in Technology learning 3-D Printing, MIT App Inventor and Coding with Technology mentors and instructors. The camp is for minority males in rising 6th, 7th and 8th grades. STEM NOLA will assist Dillard university in teaching and delivering hands-on Tech activities. There will two (2) sessions for the camp: Sessions I June 12th -21st and Session II June 22nd – July 7th from 9 AM – 4 pm. Apply for either session. Also, participants will be requires to attend a Technology mentoring session once a month throughout the school year where they will continue learning technology and developing their projects with Tech mentors!
Download Application at: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_Dok0ZltyrFOEZZczVJc3R3SDg/view
Direct all questions to: Ms. Keyon Jackson at VILMM@dillard.edu

 

STEM NOLA 21st Century STEM Camp for 3rd-5th grade Elementary Students:

Join STEM NOLA in launching a FREE 3 week STEM Camp where kids can engage in hands on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).  The camp is for rising 3rd, 4th and 5th graders will be held at Martin Luther King Jr Elementary School at 1617 Caffin Ave, New Orleans, LA 70117. The Camp is from 8:30 AM – 12:30 pm, Monday through Thursday from May 22nd to June 8th. As school end at different times of the year, kids will be accepted after the start date until we reach capacity. During this 3 week camp your future Innovators, Creators, and Entrepreneurs will develop conceptual knowledge through inspiration, engagement, and exposure with indoor/outdoor activities.
Download Application at: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_Dok0ZltyrFYlo4MzhSRzR5WjQ/view
Direct all questions to: Shantell Bolden at sbolden@stemnola.com