Central Arizona College to host STEM Camp in August

Central Arizona College will conduct a STEM Summer Camp from Monday, Aug. 3 through Thursday, Aug. 6, at the San Tan, Signal Peak and Aravaipa campuses.
This free camp is open to recent high school graduates, current CAC students or adults interested in science, technology, engineering and math fields.
Throughout the four day camp, participants will experience biology, chemistry and engineering related activities. Additionally, a working field trip will be held at the Tucson Biosphere 2. The field trip will include climbing up and down metal spiral staircases and some minor traversing of terrain inside the Biosphere 2.
Registration materials may be accessed at www.centralaz.edu/stem. Complete registration packet with all signatures required must be received by the CAC STEM Department no later than June 26. Participants will be notified when they are enrolled.
Registration materials may be hand-delivered from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Wednesday or mailed to: Marilyn Ramirez, STEM Program Secretary, Central Arizona College, Hoyt Building, S107D, 8470 S. Overfield Road, Coolidge, AZ 85128.
For more information regarding this summer camp experience call the STEM Program at 520-494-5493.

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