NSU to offer STEM camps in June


Northwestern State University’s Office of Electronic and Continuing Education will host  STEM camps this summer in partnership with Young Scholars, a Shreveport education company that specializes in STEM programs. Classes will include leadership development, forensic science and engineering design challenge.

The program is designed to provide students with exposure to a variety of STEM subjects while exercising problem solving skills, working in groups to complete hands-on projects and learning about career options in these fields.

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“Classes are led by highly skilled STEM professionals or educators with expertise in the given field, so students are sure to gain applicable skills in a specialized environment,” said Christina Washington, founder and executive director of Young Scholars. “Classes are designed to be fun and engaging so that students have a quality experience.”

Washington is an electrical engineer, physicist and author whose goal is to increase participation in STEM fields.

The program schedule is leadership development on June 4-8, forensic science on June 11-15 and engineering design challenge on June 25-29.  Visit checkout.nsula.edu for more information about the summer program or to register.  You may also find out more information by visiting YoungScholarsEC.com/nsu.