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STEM VIRTUAL SUMMER CAMP

Opportunity for Students of Color

When: June 15, 2020

Where: Online

20200615 20200615 America/Los_Angeles STEM VIRTUAL SUMMER CAMP

The Social Engineering Project, an Oakland based social impact venture with Stanford University to promote technical career opportunities for underrepresented students of color, offers a low cost virtual summer STEM camp experience for incoming 5th & 6th grade students of color.

Scholorships are available for students facing economic hardships or that have been impacted by COVID-19, including provision for laptops and lab materials.

The registration deadline ends on June 15, 2020. The camp takes place from July 13 through July 17 via the zoom application.

To register or for more information, go to: thesocialengineer.org or call (510) 214-3194.

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The Social Engineering Project, an Oakland based social impact venture with Stanford University to promote technical career opportunities for underrepresented students of color, offers a low cost virtual summer STEM [science, technology, engineering, math] camp experience for incoming 5th & 6th grade students of color.

Scholorships are available for students facing economic hardships or that have been impacted by COVID-19, including provision for laptops and lab materials.

The registration deadline ends on June 15, 2020. The camp takes place from July 13 through July 17 via the zoom application.

To register or for more information, go to: thesocialengineer.org or call (510) 214-3194.

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