Northwestern State University’s Department of Engineering Technology will host ASTRO STEM Robotics Camp this summer. The Virtual Astro Camp will take place June 14-18 and will be conducted remotely with synchronous and asynchronous activities and for children ages 8-14.
If needed, in-person interaction and live training will be conducted at the Natchitoches Public Library.
Registration is free and will be held June 1-June 4 at noon. To register and to get more information, visit the department website at https://engrtech.nsula.edu. Due to space limitations, only the first 25 applicants will be accepted.
The mission of the camp is the generate interest among youngsters in STEM-related fields and prepare them for the workforce of the future, according to Dr. Jafar F. Al-Sharab, head of NSU’s Department of Engineering Technology. This program is sponsored by the A+ Coalition, the Engineering Technology Department and STEM Pioneers Organization.
To learn more, contact Al-Sharab at (318) 357-6751.
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