New biomedical STEM camp for middle schoolers launches in North Carolina
, a non-profit from Atlanta, is expanding its weekend and summer programs to the Raleigh-Durham area. Camps are open to middle school students and are taught by PhD students who have expertise in the camps topics.
BioIgnite was founded by Georgia Tech BioEngineering graduate students who have a passion for sharing their knowledge of biomedical engineering with their local community. Camps are developed and taught by young scientists and engineers who are involved in cutting-edge biomedical research. These instructors bring energy, knowledge, and experience directly to the students to spark interest and curiosity in BioSTEM. Our camps are currently targeted towards middle school aged students.
BioIgnite Design Summer Camp
(Topics include: neural engineering, regenerative medicine, biomechanics, biomedical imaging, engineering design studio, and careers): June 18th-22nd and June 25-29th, Duke University.
Need-based scholarships are available, so please share with any students you feel could benefit from this camp. "Need" is determined by qualification for free and reduced lunch. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
We're looking for an experienced and energetic teacher to be our camp coordinator for the events above and possibly future events. Visit our indeed page for full job description and to apply.