UW-Milwaukee’s College of Engineering and Applied Science is pleased to offer EnQuest, the all-girl engineering summer camp for high school students. The camp centers on a hands-on engineering project. The campers will also spend time with women engineers, take field trips and experience life on a college campus.
The camp will be held July 31 – August 4, 2016. It is open to girls who are currently completing 9th, 10th and 11th grade.
Watch this site for 2016 registration materials or register on on our mailing list and we’ll let you know when they are available. Girls may register until June 15.
If the fee is a barrier, please inquire about your eligibility for assistance by contacting Christine Beimborn.
EnQuest is an engineering camp for high school girls. Camp-goers live on campus for a week, explore engineering careers, build skills, learn scientific theory and apply knowledge to a real-world project. Campers meet professional women engineers and tour local companies looking for future engineers. For information about next year’s program, contact Christine Beimborn.
EnQuest is made possible in part through generous support from Johnson Controls.
To see more photos from last year’s EnQuest visit the UW-Milwaukee EnQuest Facebook page.