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UW-Milwaukee EnQuest Summer Camps Geared for High School Girls

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 camps, to inspire girls to consider engineering. It’s offered only at UWM’s College of Engineering & Applied Science.

  • Tackle a hands-on an engineering project with global impact 
  • Meet women engineers who are changing the world
  • Explore our labs and engineering classrooms
  • Make new friends and experience the fun of campus life
  • Discover why engineering is a great career for women
  • No prior engineering experience needed
  • NOTE: While this program is geared toward high school girls, registration is open to all qualified students regardless of their sex or gender identity.

2024 DAY Camp (July 8-12) 

will customize a solar power station for an off-grid community in Guatemala that UWM’s Engineers Without Borders student chapter will deliver, building on the experience of past EnQuest projects for other Guatemalan locations. 

The 2024 OVERNIGHT Camp Registration has closed. Be the first to know when 2025 registration opens by signing up here:

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Mahsa Dabagh, an assistant professor of biomedical engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, is pictured instructing students in the EnQuest program this past summer.

Highlights from the 2022 Overnight Camp

Highlights from the 2022 Day Camp

EnQuest in the News

Last summer EnQuest integrated simulation through the Ansys Academic Program to enable students to explore real-life patient case studies involving artery blood flow and aneurysms. Learn more in this blog.

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