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  • eCamp 2012 Building Rockets
    eCamp Building Rockets

  • eDay 2012 Building a Catapult
    eDay Building a Catapult

  • eGirls 2012 Welding
    eGirls Welding

  • eGirls 2012 Tie Die
    eGirls Tie Dye

  • eCamp 2012 Campers
    eCamp Campers

e-Day – Grades 7-10

April 2, 2016
Discover Engineering at a FREE One Day Camp
Hosted by SOCIETY OF HISPANIC PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS, STUDENT CHAPTER at Boise State University
Application Deadline is March 25
Limited to 50 participants
Some activities may include:

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e-Camp – Grades 8-9

June 5-7, 2016
Students who are currently in 8th or 9th grade can use hands-on activities and projects involving self discovery, cooperative learning, critical thinking, and problem solving while living on campus in a college dormitory. All food, housing and recreational activities are provided. Cost – $250 ($300 after May 1) (scholarships available). Application deadline is May 1st.
Limited to 40 participants

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e-Girls – Grades 9-10

June 10-11, 2016
e-Girls is a free overnight program for girls currently in 9th and 10th grade. Enrollment is limited to 40 girls. Workshops led by Society of Women Engineers professionals and college students may include: Biomechanics of Footwear, Packaging and the Environment, Virtual Worlds with Alice, Solving Forensic Mysteries, Physics of Rock Climbing/Rope Walking, A World of Career Choices, and more!
Application deadline is May 1st.
Limited to 50 participants

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e-Girls – Where are they now?
e-Girls, hosted by the College of Engineering at Boise State , a two-day adventure camp for high school girls exploring careers in engineering and computer science. e-Girls has been hosted annually at Boise State since 2005, and hosted 409 girls so far! Tracking the girls after graduation – 50% of the participants pursue a STEM career in college. Click here to view Where are they now?