NYIT's School of Engineering and Computing Sciences is proud to welcome a talented group of high school students from across the greater NY-metropolitan region for its first session of the Summer 2014 Technology and Engineering Experience. The program, which is run daily in a day-camp style format, is a fun and informative way to introduce high schoolers to engineering and technology by offering them a hands-on education in robotics, hacking, and game development.
The Manhattan camp, which takes place July 7 - 18, includes field trips to facilities in New York City such as the Time Warner Center and Lincoln Center to allow campers to explore state-of-the-art 21st century technologies in the heart of the city. The experience will serve as a career discovery opportunity for students with an interest in engineering, as NYIT faculty members, career service representatives, and distinguished industry leaders will speak with them about what they can expect if they choose to undertake studies and a career in the fields of engineering and computer science. Campers receive 2 college credits toward their degree at NYIT.
A second session of the camp will be held August 4-15 at the Old Westbury campus. To learn more, visit the Summer 2014 Technology and Engineering Experience webpage.
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