Lake Superior College offering free STEM summer camps
This June, Lake Superior College will offer five weeks of free Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math summer camps.
“If you’ve got a young person at home who loves working with computers or is interested in how things are made, then these camps are perfect for them,” David Kline, LSC Vice President of Advancement and External Relations, said.
It’s for kids and teens between 12-18. Students can choose from Robotics, Welding, Machine Tool, CAD/Solidworks and Revit programming, or Advanced GenCyber (cyber security).
“Hands-on education is a tremendous way to learn,” Kline said. “So we offer these camps as a way for young people to explore career options that they may never have thought of.”
The camps fill up fast. Robotics and Welding are already full. Check out the options and register here.