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CNM Offering Free Summer Camp for Middle, High School Students June 16

May 23, 2017 -- Workshops ranging from healthy snack making to isolating DNA from your own cells and from building a robot from a Raspberry Pi computer to writing and producing a movie script will be part of CNM’s Summer Camp for middle and high school students on June 16. Full- and half-day workshops will be available.
CNM Offering Free Summer Camp for Middle, High School Students June 16

Apr 11, 2017

Registration is now underway for the workshops.

“Summer camp is a great way to introduce young students to college and get them excited.” said Amanda Martinez, who is coordinating this year’s camp. “We have several new workshop choices for students this year, which is really exciting.”

CNM Summer Camp aims to introduce teens to science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The goal is to familiarize students to STEM majors while fueling the creativity and wonder leading to the next generation of innovators and entrepreneurs.

To see a list of workshops and to register, click here. There is a $20 refundable fee to hold your student’s spot. The registration fee will be refunded upon the student’s attendance at their session.

The Summer Camp is sponsored by Sandia National Laboratories.

Students need to bring a sack lunch, snack, water bottle and sunscreen.