NEW! SUMMER ACTIVITIES & EVENTS:
Who: Middle & High School students
When: Saturday 7/15/17
Time: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Where: WSU College of Engineering & Toyota Research Center
What: Students will learn about transportation careers and tour the WSU College of Engineering and Toyota Research Center to learn about autonomous vehicles!
TRANSPORTATION, SNACKS, LUNCH, AND PRIZES PROVIDED.
COST: $30 registration fee
Who: Ages 10-14
When: Mon-Fri., 7/10/17 – 8/4/17
Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Where: Skillman Branch Library in downtown Detroit
What: Students will be introduced to STEM subjects, participate in weekly field trips, and develop leadership & teamwork skills.
SNACKS & LUNCH PROVIDED
QSTEM Mentoring for Girls: Electronics Class
Who: 7th-12th grade females
When: Saturdays on 8/5, 8/12, 8/19, and 8/26
Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Where: Quicken Loans in downtown Detroit
What: This four-week class is a close look at electronics and programming. Students will learn electronics basics, sensors, and task-based programming. Students must have an interest in computer science and complete an application.
(application will be downloaded).
FTCH Walking Tour
Who: 9th & 10th grades
When: Thursday 8/17/17
Time: 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Where: Sites in downtown Detroit
What: Students will walk to various sites and participate in hands-on activities to learn how science can solve a city problems!
TRANSPORTATION from 3 different bus depots, SNACKS, LUNCH, AND PRIZES PROVIDED.
DAPCEP Summer Enrollment Open
1.) Review the course booklet below.
2.) Apply on our application system. CLICK HERE to access the application system.
3.) Students are allowed to register for only 1 free course. To ensure that the largest number of students receive the opportunity to participate in DAPCEP programming, multiple registrations will be cancelled, (parents will be notified by email). Please contact the DAPCEP office at 313-831-3050 if you have any questions.
4.) Grades align with the student’s CURRENT grade level. For example, if the course is for 6th grade, the student must currently be in the 6th grade–not entering 6th grade in the fall.
3 to 10 days | June, July & August
Location: Varies by Camp | Tuition: Varies by Camp
Residential Style: Live and learn on a university campus! Reside in the dorms overnight, and during the day, work in laboratories and classrooms to explore advanced STEM topics. Meet professors and current students; and discover what it’s truly like to be a college student!
Commuter Style: Immerse yourself in college life, all while commuting daily from home! Explore campus, learn advanced STEM topics, and create lasting friendships and connections.