MONTGOMERY , W.Va.West Virginia University Institute of Technology invites high school students from across the state to participate in a week of science, technology, engineering and math opportunities with Camp STEM on June 2127.


Camp STEM students will select from college-level courses ranging from computer programming to alternative energy and get to experience a sample of college life during the week. WVU Institute of Technology professors will instruct students through a series of hands-on projects and experiments.


The goal of Camp STEM is to cultivate the states next generation of innovators and inventors. The curriculum is designed to get students excited about science, technology, engineering, and math,said Interim Dean of the Leonard C. Nelson School of Engineering Dr. James Cercone.


Camp STEM costs $250.00 per camper fee and attendees must submit a signed health statement and permission slip. For more information, contact Dr. Kimberlyn Gray, engineering and science freshmen advisor. She can be reached at 304-442-3247 or ” Kimberlyn.Gray@mail.wvu.edu rel=nofollow> Kimberlyn.Gray@mail.wvu.edu . Students can also register online at http://cs.wvutech.edu/campstem .


WVU Institute of Technology offers more than 50 career-focused, four-year programs in engineering, sciences, business, social sciences, public administration, humanities and health fields. The institution is fully accredited by the W.Va. Higher Learning Commission, North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Engineering/ Technology Accreditation Commissions of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Commission of Collegiate Nursing Education and other premier accrediting agencies.