The Center for Energy and Environmental Studies sponsors a Math, Science and Reading Summer Enrichment Camp. Entering its 9th year of Extreme Instruction in STEM areas, 4 weeks during the summer, students have an opportunity to participate in several projects that allow them to utilize green science "by , reducing carbon footprints and exploring alternative forms of energy." A key component of the science program study is engaging students in hands on activities that will help to recreate real-life experiences that occur in the environment using four key thrusts:
Renewable vs. Non-Renewable Energy
Utilization of Green Science
Power and Potential of Wind Energy
Exploring forms Bio Energy
Mathematics/Engineering applications to sustainable energy
In the newly created Science Zone, kids will explore ways to utilize Bioproducts to produce Energy. The Science Zone is supported by: The USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, through a collaborative with the LSU Ag Center.
For more information and to apply visit: www.campcees.com