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INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING — June 27-July 1; July 11-15; July 18-22; and/or July 25-29 — gr K-2 — $315 Campers will be introduced to what an engineer does and the many different problems engineers solve! Each activity begins with a story then campers solve a problem that the main character has using the Engineering Design Process and Engineering Habits of Mind. 

TEST FLIGHT — June 27-July 1 — gr 3-5; gr 6-8 — $415 A multitude of engineering disciplines go into making things fly, both within our atmosphere and beyond. Campers will use the Engineering Design Process to solve problems from rocket launches to wind power to aerodynamics and more! 

URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE CHALLENGE — July 11-15 — gr 3-5; gr 6-8 — $415 How do civil engineers create structures – buildings, roads, bridges, and more – to help our society function? Campers dive into the job of a civil engineer this week!  Each day campers will complete activities related to civil engineering and see how it connects to other disciplines.  If your child likes to build with anything they can get their hands on – then this week is for them! 

ENGINEERING ON THE SPEEDWAY — July 18-22 — gr 3-5; gr 6-8 — $415 Cars are more than just four wheels and a motor! Many types of engineers work on making cars more efficient, faster, and safer than ever before.  This week campers work on engineering challenges related to anything that moves on a road. They will focus on solving problems that not only are addressed by engineers now, but are going to be a focus in the future, too!

MECHANICAL MAYHEM — July 25-29 — gr 3-5; gr 6-8 — $415 Mechanical engineering is the focus during a week filled with motors, machines, and anything that moves. Campers will use the Engineering Design Process and Engineering Habits of Mind to address challenges related to mechanical engineering, as well as the disciplines that work closely with mechanical engineers the field. 

ENGINEERING IS EVERYWHERE — August 1-5 — gr 3-5; gr 6-8 — $415 Engineering is a wider reaching field than many think.  Campers will spend the week learning about all of the different types of engineers and explore how engineers solve problems and help people.  Kids will focus on using the Engineering Design Process and Engineering Habits of Mind and will be thinking like an engineer by the end of the week!

THE GRAND CHALLENGES — June 27-July 1; July 11-15; July 18-22; and/or July 25-29 — gr 3-5; gr 6-8 — $415 The ’14 Grand Challenges of Engineering’ is a focused collection of the greatest challenges humanity currently faces.  Campers will spend the week learning more about these challenges, learning about the engineering disciplines which are working to tackle these challenges, and begin to propose solutions of their own.

Summer program location: Queens University of Charlotte, McEwen Hall, 1900 Selwyn Avenue Charlotte NC 28207

Looking for an experience your children can enjoy now? Check out our AFTER SCHOOL program options!

ENGINEERING IS EVERYWHERE! — Mondays 1/10-2/14, 5:00-6:30 — grades K-2 — $125 Our popular Thursday curriculum comes to Monday! Fun stories about our friends who create, innovate, and problem solve! Design new ways of helping people and solving problems while learning about the many types of engineering there are!

LET’S ENGINEERING! — Mondays 1/10-2/14, 5:00-6:30 — grades 3-5 — $125 BRAND NEW ACTIVITIES! No engineering discipline works alone – teams of engineers work together on nearly everything we encounter every single day.  A great way to experience the many disciplines of engineering and how they all connect.

FUN WITH FLIGHT — Thursdays 1/13-2/17, 5:00-6:30 — grades K-2 — $135 Flying through the air, blasting off into space – read fun stories about all of the ways our feet leave the ground.  Students will then use their new aerospace engineering knowledge to complete exciting activities!

DESERT ISLAND ESCAPE — Thursdays 1/13-2/17, 5:00-6:30 — grades 3-5 — $135 How would you survive being stranded on a desert island? Would being an engineer make things easier and more fun? Use the skills of mechanical, civil, aerospace engineers and more to help you and your team survive and escape!

A GRAND CHALLENGE — Mondays 2/28-4/4, 5:00-6:30 — grades K-2 — $135 One of the “Grand Challenges of Engineering” is how we move people, products, and more around our country.  Join us as we read fun stories and use our creativity to solve problems like improving roadways, railways, bridges, and more!

NATURAL DISASTER PROTECTION — Mondays 2/28-4/4, 5:00-6:30 — grades 3-5 — $135 Hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes, mudslides – how do we protect our structures and ourselves from natural disasters? Learn how teams of engineers have designed ways to make our infrastructure stronger and our recoveries faster.

NATURAL ENGINEERS — Thursdays 3/3-4/7, 5:00-6:30 — grades K-2 — $135 Animals and plants are natural engineers! Learn how many of our engineering achievements have been inspired by the nature around us. Work in teams to learn through fun stories and engineering activities!

LET’S ENGINEER! — Thursdays 3/3-4/7, 5:00-6:30 — grades 3-5 — $135 BRAND NEW ACTIVITIES! No engineering discipline works alone – teams of engineers work together on nearly everything we encounter every single day.  A great way to experience the many disciplines of engineering and how they all connect.

Fall program location: Queens University Athletic and Conference Center, 2229 Tyvola Road Charlotte NC 28210

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