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SciTech Institute


SciTech is a community enrichment program in science, math, and technology for middle school students in Winston Salem and Forsyth County sponsored by Wake Forest Innovations.

All right all you Science Maniacs!!!

It’s that time again. Mark your calendars for SciTech’s Spring North Carolina Science Festival Mini-Camp on April 11, 2015 from 9:00am – 2:00pm. We have an awesome selection of activities that will blow your mind! Our Mini-Camp sessions will include a daily dose of activities in the following areas:

  • Lights, Camera, Reaction – Lab Science
  • CSI – Forensic Science
  • Fast and Curious – Speed and Motion
  • Weird Wired Science – Building Circuits
  • Rock-em Sock em Robots – LEGO Robotics
  • Extreme Physics – Construction and design challenge

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The event is FREE, but registration is required. Please follow the link below and fill out the application completely to be registered. Each activity section has a limited number of spaces available and is on a first come first serve basis, so register now! Lunch is provided.

Thank you so much, and we look forward to seeing you!
SciTech Staff

COMING SUMMER 2015

2015 SciTech Summer Camp
June 15, 2015 – June 26, 2015 (dates subject to change)
$10 Registration Fee; will open Registration March 2015.

Register and Pay for this Summer Camp

“Our students returned to school eager to learn more about Science and sharing with others about their experience on Friday. Thank you for making a difference in the lives of students at Cook Elementary!”
Angela Claudio, EC Resource Teacher at Cook Elementary

Participants in this program will receive age and grade-appropriate classroom exposure to science and math in a fun and hands-on environment. Students will do their “exploring” on the campuses of local colleges and universities and science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) businesses and industries. Sessions will be led by business professionals and faculty from Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, Winston Salem State University, and Wake Forest University School of Medicine. There will also be guest speakers from area technology companies as well as field trips to local businesses, museums, colleges, and more!

Community Advisory Committee

The Community Advisory Committee provides guidance and direction in developing inclusive and welcoming workplaces rich with well-trained employees and supporting businesses that demonstrate a commitment to diversity. One of its key goals is to develop secondary educational models that assist with career awareness via the SciTech Summer Technology Institute.

Advisory Committee Chair:
Denise Johnson
+1.336.750.2708
johnsondt@wssu.edu
Co-chair: Shannon Thompson