Montgomery County Campus to Offer Engineering Innovation Summer Camp for High School Students
High school students from the summer 2010 Engineering Innovation program work on a hands-on project.
This summer, the Johns Hopkins Montgomery County Campus once again will offer the university's Engineering Innovation program for high school students.
During this four-week program, students receive instruction on engineering concepts and undertake hands-on projects, such as building a better mousetrap and a spaghetti bridge competition. Students who complete the course with a passing grade earn three transferable Johns Hopkins University credits. Financial aid is available.
Eligible students must have completed their sophomore, junior or senior year of high school and also have completed a laboratory science and Algebra II course. (More details about eligibility requirements are available on the Engineering Innovation web site.)
This year, the program will run from July 5 – July 29, with classes going from 9am – 3pm, Monday-Friday.
CATEGORY: K-12 Outreach