- What's EPSCoR?
- Ecosystems & Society
- New England Sustainability Consortium
- Ecosystems Computing Challenge
- Reports, Briefs and Highlights
- Past Projects: 2007-2011
- Social Media
- STEM Activities
Camp Scholarship Opportunities
Tech Camp 2012
From ‘Engineeristas’ to post-doctoral associates
career in science can start with a scholarship to Tech Camp’s new
“Engineeristas” week-long program for middle-school girls. The University of
New Hampshire hosts a number of summer camps for middle and high school
students interested in exploring the fields of science, technology,
engineering, and math (STEM). NH EPSCoR provides
scholarships to UNH Tech Camp. Click here for more information.
For scholarship inquiries, contact Michele Munson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kids on Campus
Keene State College offers Kids on Campus, a program for kids entering first through eighth grade. Classes provided are a half day, with groupings (1st & 2nd grades, 3rd – 5th grades, & 6th – 8th grades) based on the students’ interest and the level of the course’s content. There are 10-16 different classes for each group, from “Incredible Insects” to “GPS, Geocaching, and Google Maps.” NH EPSCoR provides scholarships. Click here for more information.
For scholarship inquiries contact Heather Jasmin at email@example.com
White Mountains Community
College’s STEM-Health (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and
Health Careers) Camp provides
opportunities for students to explore the world around them and study how things
work. Students entering grades 6 through
8 engage in scientific inquiry, problem-solving, and hands-on activities. NH EPSCoR provides scholarships.
For more information contact:
Ms. Jody Camille, Director
WMCC STEM-Health Camp
2020 Riverside Drive
Berlin, NH 03570
(603) 752-1113 ext. 3019