Science In The City
The Science in the City is a week long summer camp designed to motivate and inspire incoming minority 5th and 6th graders to pursue STEM related careers. It is a joint partnership with Stanford University's Science in the City Research Group and The Social Engineering Project, Inc. Approximately 50 students are exposed to hands on chemistry, physics, and engineering experiments to spark an interest STEM related courses throughout high school and college. The purpose is to increase the pipeline of STEM related careers.
Please visit http://bit.ly/TSEPSIC18 to register for this year's camp and visit http://bit.ly/scincity2016 and http://bit.ly/SICktvu2 to see our segments on KTVU News.
TSEP Camping Conference
TSEP takes approximately 120 minority high school students to learn about math, science, and engineering during a 3 day overnight camp at Camp Loma Mar, through our sponsoring 501(c)(3), the YMCA of the East Bay. This year, buses from the South Bay, the East Bay, and Sacramento will take 9th-12th grade students and 25 counselors from various technical backgrounds to the Santa Cruz Mountains, where they were free of the typical high school distractions (no signal, no texting or Wi-Fi) and be one with nature. Here's what they learn!
Key outcomes of the camp: 1.) Be inspired to go to college; 2.) Pursue STEM related careers; 3.) Develop a deeper respect for the environment; 4.) Learn how to start a business; and 5.) To learn about their personal brand, how to work in teams, and network for future collaboration. Please visit http://bit.ly/TSEPcc2017 for last year's event page.