WVU Tech’s popular Camp STEM program will return for its thirteenth year, June 17-22.
The weeklong, overnight camp will bring in 25 high school students from throughout the Mountain State to explore concepts and careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Students will attend STEM classes, conduct experiments and hear from professionals in STEM fields. They will learn how to conduct a land survey, how to create electrical circuits, how to investigate a crime scene and how to program robots.
Camp STEM is made possible in part by support from Dow.