The Lassonde School of Engineering is offering a new summer camp for students in Canada and beyond. Camp Lassonde, a four-week intensive summer learning program, will provide valuable learning opportunities for participants to strengthen their communication, presentation and technical skills.
The summer program brings together 3D printing, coding workshops, rocket launching, art classes, weekend tours and canoeing. It offers participants an opportunity to meet and work with Lassonde engineering students. Summer camp participants will have an opportunity to discover and explore their passions, try different technologies and make new friends.
Summer camp participants will spend four quality weeks learning how to use technology for social impact to solve some of tomorrow’s most complex problems today.
Camp Lassonde culminates with a sustainability grand challenge project, which is a team effort to tackle a current global issue while at the same time showcasing what they have learned over the four weeks.
Applications are now being accepted. The deadline to apply is April 30 and space is limited.
Camp Lassonde runs July 8 to August 4. Campers will have an opportunity to take advantage of Toronto’s wonderful summer weather an participate in a variety of tours. Camp Lassonde participants will stay in the Pond Road Residence, which is situated on the Keele Campus. Each weekend, campers will have an opportunity to explore the outdoors.
The Bergeron Centre for Engineering Excellence located on York University’s Keele campus is the home for Camp Lassonde activities. The Bergeron Centre is home to open collaborative spaces, creative tools, technical equipment and the resources to turn ideas into reality.
For more information on the camp, or to apply, visit http://camp.clublassonde.com/apply/.