Ages STEM Middle School Summer Program (rising 7th & 8th graders); STEM Summer Bridge Program for High School Students (all high school students and graduating seniors); iCREAT Summer Program (rising high school juniors, seniors and graduating seniors)
Calendar Summer programs
50 Oakland Street,
Wellesley Hills, MA
STEM Middle School Summer Program: Students explore a common theme through Chemistry, Biology, Math, Physics, Computer Science and Engineering. (Examples of past themes include space, the human body, cities.) The morning is spent in a hands-on academic setting; in the afternoon students work in groups to create a three-dimensional project applying the concepts learned in the morning. 2017 program dates/times: July 10-21, 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM.
STEM Summer Bridge Program: Four, 2 day workshops over a two week period for all high school students. Possible workshop topics include: Artbotics, Coding with Scratch and Raspberry Pi, Wearables, Design and Create with a 3D printer. 2017 program dates/times: July 10-20, M-TH, 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM.
iCREAT Summer Program: 3 credit college-level, interdisciplinary, robotic-based course where students engage in project-based work and learn about Coding, Robotics, Electronics and Technology. Students will build a functional robotic-based system as their final team project. 2017 program dates/times: June 26-July 20, M-TH, 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM.
Massachusetts Bay Community College is a comprehensive, open-access community college, offering associate degrees and certificate programs. The College is dedicated to student learning and achievement through academically rigorous courses and programs. The College enriches student experience and encourages civic engagement through academic and co-curricular activities, student services, and partnerships with local businesses, civic organizations, and schools. The STEM Division is one of four Divisions at the College located on our Wellesley Hills Campus. STEM offers programs that cover a wide-range of exciting technical areas such as mathematics and computer science, engineering technology, biotechnology, life sciences, and automotive technology.