• TEC Camp


    Camp Overview | The Women in Engineering Program at the Georgia Institute of Technology is hosting a week-long, day camp for middle school girls from June 8–12, 2020. This fun and interactive camp is designed to give girls an early introduction to the exciting world of engineering with the hope of inspiring them to eventually consider college majors and careers in engineering.

    Camp Hours | Camp begins daily at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Drop-off and pick-up information will be provided upon acceptance.

    Program Highlights | Students participate in a multitude of activities: exploring engineering and computer science through exciting hands-on projects, interacting with female undergraduate students and professional engineers, working on a project as a team with other students, and presenting the group’s findings Friday at the banquet.

    Instructors and Facilities | TEC students are well supervised throughout the program by professional Institute staff and college student assistants. Engineering faculty and professionals teach courses in Chemical Engineering, Aeronautics, Robotics, and other topics. Seminars are held in Georgia Tech classrooms and laboratories, and the students take a guided campus tour.

    Meals | Lunch is served daily as well as an afternoon snack

    Who Should Apply? | Rising 7th and 8th grade girls who have an interest in science, math, or technology. The camp is limited to 40 students. Applicants are selected based on their essay and transcript

    Registration | The registration fee for TEC Camp is $350.00, which covers tuition, meals, materials and supplies. Please do not send the program fee until your daughter is accepted to TEC Camp.

    To Apply | Registration begins March 6, and the deadline to apply is April 12. An online application can be found at wie.gatech.edu/tec-camp


    TEC Camp 2020

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    When: May 26 – May 29 from  8:00am to 12:00pm
    Who: Current 6th, 7th, and 8th graders
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    School Counselor
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  • Bring In Your Box Tops

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    Thanks from the PTSA!

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