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In 2018, TRSA is once again offering “The Summer Academy,” a series of camps designed to engage, educate, and inspire students by using their interests to teach STEM concepts.

 

2018 Summer Academy Review

Explore photos and reports for the 2018 Summer Academy Camps!

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Application Process:

  • Students must complete the wait list application in order to be considered for a camp. Students will be contacted the first week of April regarding their application status.
  • Within the wait list application, the students will have to answer the following questions:
    • Why do you wish to participate in the selected camps?
    • What are your interests and achievements in math and science?
    • What aspect of STEM interests you most?
    • What are your future job aspirations?
  • Within the wait list application, the students will have the option to choose their first, second, and third camp preferences.
  • Paper applications are also available.

TRSA Camps

 

When: June 11-15, 2018 from 8am – 4pm

Where: AIA of Eastern Oklahoma

Who: Middle & high school students

Details: Camp T-Square is an experience in architecture that will give students a new perspective of their city. Students will meet in the mornings at the AIA Eastern Oklahoma office and then travel via bus to different locations around Tulsa to study the STEM aspects of designing and building structures.

Funded by the Home Builders Association Charitable Foundation.

When: June 18-22, 2018 from 8am – 4:30pm

Where: University of Tulsa

Who: Middle & high school girls

Details:  In this camp sponsored by TDW Community Relations, Girls will learn to code in Java and Greenfoot while exploring the many real-world applications of those coding skills through robotics, manufacturing, augmented reality, virtual reality and entrepreneurship.

In partnership with Redflight Mobile and the City of Tulsa. Facilitated by Robinne Burrell. Click here to read her bio. 

 

When: June 25-29 from 9am – 1pm

Where: Global Gardens

Who: 4th-6th grade students

Details: Through garden-based projects, activities and experiments, as well as cooking activities and field trips, participants will explore the interconnected ecosystem of the garden, the relationship between garden and gardener, and the connections that tie us together as a community.

More information on Global Gardens can be found at Global-Gardens.org

When: July 9-13 from 8am – 5pm

Where: Tulsa Technology Center – Lemley Campus

Who: Middle & high school students

Details: Students will discover explore the vast world of engineering through shadowing opportunities at local higher eds and companies

 

When: July 25-27 from 9am – noon

Where: Central Library

Who: 4th-6th grade students

Details: Students will conduct hands-on science experiments using the latest tools & technology.

When: July 30 – August 3 from 8:30am – 12:30pm, Friday from 8:30am – 1:30pm

Where: Fab Lab Tulsa

Who: Middle & high school students

Details: Use engineering as a force for good! In this camp, students will explore the real needs of individuals, brainstorm solutions, and design tools to assist individuals’ needs.

When: August 6 – 10

Session 1: 4th-6th grade students from 9am-noon

Session 2: 7th-8th grade students from 1-4pm

Where: Conquer Fitness

Who: Elementary & middle school students

Details: Don’t just compete; CREATE! In this camp, students will design a new challenge for the 2018 Conquer the Gauntlet obstacle course race!

 

Use the calendar to plan out your summer. While you’re there, explore the camps that our partners are hosting around Tulsa!

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Partner Camps

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