STEM summer camp for high school students to be at Pacific
STOCKTON — The University of the Pacific School of Engineering and Computer Science will be hosting a free half-day STEM summer program on the campus, 3601 Pacific Ave., Stockton from July 9 to 11 for high school students.
The program helps students in underrepresented minority groups, — with an interest in STEM majors — learn more about various fields in engineering and computer science.
Students will participate in workshops from 8 a.m. to noon in Anderson Hall and the Presidents Room, where they can engage in hands-on activities taught by Pacific’s STEM partner Code Stack Academy.
A light breakfast will be available to students who register for the camp sessions, lunch will not be provided, however, students may purchase on-campus meals in the universities cafeteria.
Registration for the STEM classes, close Monday at noon, sign-ups are available online at http://tiny. cc/DS3SummerSeries