The Earth-Wind-Fire-Water Summer Camp at Santa Fe College is looking for rising ninth graders for this year’s program. Students interested in science and technology and how the world works are invited to apply. The camp will be held June 20-24 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily at the Perry Center for Emerging Technologies in Alachua.
This free, one-week environmental summer camp will focus on Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM). Students will have fun with hands-on activities in toxicology, earth and water sciences, DNA sciences, energy resources, and computer gaming. The last day of camp features a field trip to the Dolphin Conservation Center at Marineland near St. Augustine. The deadline to receive applications has been extended to Friday, May 20.
Teacher recommendation form is linked here
Application form is linked here
For more information contact Mable Baker at 395-7346 or email Linda Nichols at email@example.com.