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Join us for Camp Badger!

July 13–19, 2014 at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh!

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Camp Badger 2014Join the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and the University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Engineering for a one-week experiential learning camp.

This program is for students who will be enrolling in 8th grade for fall 2014.

The University of Wisconsin–Madison College of Engineering founded Camp Badger Exploring Engineering™ in 1998. 

Camp Badger believes that the best way to help young people understand engineering is through a combination of field trips, job site visits, hands-on activities, and small group discussions. Each day, campers will have the opportunity to speak with engineering students and professionals about their experiences.  

Campers are fully supervised. They will eat their meals in the university’s cafeteria and stay in an undergraduate residence hall on campus. We have adult counselors in the residence hall all night long, and during the day our program counselors supervise campers and share in their educational experiences. From the time your camper arrives on Sunday afternoon until they leave the following Saturday morning, we keep them very busy!

Above all, our participants have a lot of fun and learn how engineers contribute to the world!

To find out more or register online, visit the UW-Madison Camp Badger website at campbadger.engr.wisc.edu

 

 

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