Ages Our STEM Summer Programs serve middle school students, high school students and graduating high school seniors
Calendar STEM Middle School Summer Program (rising 7th & 8th graders); Summer STEM Sampler Workshops for High School Students (all high school students and graduating seniors); iCREAT Summer Program (rising high school juniors, seniors and graduating seniors)
50 Oakland Street,
Wellesley Hills, MA 02481-5307
STEM SUMMER PROGRAMS AT MASSBAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE:
STEM Summer at MassBay Community College is a one week program that allows rising 7th and 8th grade students to explore a common theme through a hands-on academic setting where students are taught by professionals. Students work in groups and independently, engaging in a series of activities designed to be fun, explorative and something students would unlikely encounter in a traditional school setting. Summer 2018 dates are to be determined. Contact Liz Watson @ firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Summer STEM Sampler Workshops for high school students is a one week program from July 16-20, Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM on our Wellesley Hills Campus. The program is open to all high school students and graduating seniors. Our STEM Sampler Workshops are a five day exploratory in:
• Science (Biotechnology Lab Work)
• Technology (Robotics and Web Design)
• Engineering (Engineering Design)
• Math (interactive, contextualized in STEM)
iCREAT is an introduction to Coding, Robotics, Electronics, And Technology. iCREAT I and II will be offered from June 25 -July 19, 2018, Monday-Thursday, 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM on our Wellesley Hills campus. High school students who will be rising juniors, seniors and just-graduated seniors are eligible to apply. iCREAT I is a prerequisite for taking iCREAT II. In this multi-disciplinary project-based series of two 3-credit college courses, students learn to apply engineering and programming concepts to create a robot.
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, and life sciences.