The Lassonde School of Engineering at York University is offering an innovative new summer camp program for students interested in expanding their understanding of leading edge engineering trends.
The camps are open to secondary school students. There are three summer program options covering a variety of skills, including 3D printing, sustainability, coding workshops, game development, design thinking and engineering for human needs.
Participants can connect with a diverse group of engaged students and practice the skills necessary to plan, design, communicate and implement ideas.
This summer camp is an opportunity to explore the diverse array of program options available at York University and more specifically, the Lassonde School of Engineering. As well, the camps offer many different options, give camp participants an opportunity to test start-up ideas, and have fun building and breaking things this summer.
The following camps are now accepting registrations:
- Game Development: July 9 to 13
- Design Thinking: July 16 to 27
- Engineering for People: August 7 to 10
All camps will take place in the Bergeron Centre for Engineering Excellence on York University’s Keele Campus, which offers open collaborative spaces, creative tools, technical equipment and the resources to turn ideas into reality.
Members of the York University community can register using a Discount Code: “cmplse18” for 10 per cent off the camp fee.
For more information or to register, visit: http://camp.clublassonde.com/program-information/.