Do you like to solve problems? Create things? Want to tackle some of the big issues facing the world? Could engineering be a field for you? Find out at EnQuest—UWM’s engineering summer camp for high school girls, offered only at UWM’s College of Engineering & Applied Science.
You begin with a challenge. This year, participants will design and build a renewable power station for people living in Guatemala with no electrical grid access. You’ll meet women engineers who are changing the world, learn new skills, tour engineering workplaces, explore Milwaukee, make friends and experience life on a college campus. EnQuest camp will take over a floor of a UWM Residence Hall tower for overnight accommodations—so you’ll get to know your fellow campers and get a taste of college life.
No prior engineering experience needed.
What do campers say about EnQuest?
“EnQuest made me realize that I am going to love engineering and it was a great feeling to be surrounded by people with similar interests.”
“It made me more excited for a future in engineering.”
EnQuest Dates: July 30 – August 4, 2017
Camp fee: $325
Registration: Download the EnQuest 2017 registration form here.
Girls may register until June 1 or until the camp reaches its attendance limit.
Questions? Contact Chris Beimborn, EnQuest Coordinator – firstname.lastname@example.org
Take a look at the slideshow below to view last year’s EnQuest journey.