Campers are assigned STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) core classes that they attend daily. Girls also take shorter math and science-related classes and off-campus field trips that encourage maximum learning.
Most important is the university campus experience. No matter what campus they attend, campers will have the opportunity to live the life of a college student for the week. They will learn to live with someone other than a sibling or a relative, share community bathrooms, eat dorm food and explore the campus area under the careful supervision of camp staff. They also will interact with women who model a high degree of science, mathematics or computer expertise as part of their daily lives.
Tech Trek is designed to provide every camper with exposure to all core subjects taught, as well as a selection of rotating labs designed to explore individual specialties more deeply. Hands-on activities in core classes, rotating labs and field trips at Tech Trek camps help to make math and science fun as well as educational. Instructors include credentialed middle school teachers and women in STEM related careers.
Evening programs could include astronomy, engineering, marine biology, and environmental studies to enhance the learning experience and introduce students to a variety of potential career areas.
|2020 Tech Trek Camp Dates||All camps are held Sunday through Saturday|
|June 14 - 20 (Tentative)||California State University Fresno|
|June 21-27||Sonoma State University|
|June 21-27||University of California, San Diego|
|July 5 - 11||Stanford – Camp Marie Curie|
|July 12-18||Stanford – Camp Grace Hopper|
|July 19-25||University of California, Davis|
|July 12-18||University of California, Santa Barbara – Blackwell|
|July 19-25||University of California, Santa Barbara - Hypatia|