Annual Construction Combine NO CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! This 2-Day Event will include training in various construction skills, and the opportunity to demonstrate your skills to local employers while building sheds that will be donated to local disabled veterans. Training includes: Framing • Plumbing • Drywall • Roofing • Flooring • Electrical • Cabinetry
Framing • Plumbing • Drywall • Roofing • Flooring • Electrical • Cabinetry
Participants must be at least 15 years old. The event is open to high school students and adults. Space is limited.
Center for Career and Technical Education Parking Lot 450 E Street, Idaho Falls, ID 83402
For more information visit: https://constructioncombine.org/
Category: High School Stem
Registration opens April 1, 2022.
Join us for a 5-day summer day camp and learn the basics of computing and cybersecurity. This program is designed for high school students as an introduction to cybersecurity through hands-on activities and direct interaction with industry experts. Campers will receive their own Raspberry Pi and learn the basics of programming, circuit design, and cyber-physical systems.
This program is designed for high school students who have a working knowledge of computing and basic programming with a Raspberry Pi. Bring your own Pi and work on new skills with a Pi expansion kit of sensors, motors, lights, and other circuit elements to build interesting and useful cyber-physical systems. Learn more advanced programming and tackle bigger challenges in cryptography, web development, and network hacking and defense.
One Week Camps Start:
June 13th, 20th, 27th, July 11th
Morning or Afternoon Sessions:
9am - 12pm and 1pm-4pm
Registration Opens April 15
The Summer Science Camp program at the College of Eastern Idaho provides eight, half day weeklong summer camp sessions for student K-8th grade, with program themes focused on STEAM activities – Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. Each of the weeklong camps are arranged so students may participate in up to three different camps for their age groups. Each class has no more than 10 students per instructor ratio. Classes are taught by licensed elementary/middle school educators, under the supervision of a licensed educator and feature enriched instruction with a hands-on, “minds-in” approach.
This program was designed to make learning mathematics, science, and technology fun and interesting to promote greater interest in these educational endeavors. Our goal is to provide students with an exciting experience that encourages the pursuit of additional science courses in junior and senior high school and ultimately a STEM based career.Download Printable Flyer