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Student Programs

Camp Connect offers broad exposure to a variety of engineering disciplines, including: electrical, industrial, mechanical, civil, environmental, aerospace, and computer science. Camp Connect immerses students in engineering integrated activities and provides tips on how to prepare for a college degree! For more information, visit: http://stem.ucf.edu/camp-connect/

CyberCamp, offered in collaboration with the Florida Cyber Alliance, focuses on teaching beginner and intermediate computer security techniques and preparation for cyber competitions to students entering grades 9-12. The computer and information security curriculum includes hands-on labs, daily challenges and an all-day culminating challenge activity that tests the students beyond a simple lesson plan! For more information, visit: http://cybercamp.cs.ucf.edu

GLAMPing (Girls Leading and Making Program) offers rising 6th and 7th grade girls the opportunity to engage in the hands-on experiences of an engineering makerspace while leadership lessons provide them with the skills necessary to be STEM leaders of tomorrow. For more information, visit: http://stem.ucf.edu/glamping

Summer Institutes are intensive programs for gifted and high-achieving students who have interest in learning the foundations of Computer Science, Biology, Physics, or advancing skills in Competitive Programming. The programs offer a mix of activities designed to maximize learning through hands-on, individualized instruction with outstanding instructors. For more information, visit: http://siucf.cs.ucf.edu

Teacher Programs

NSF RET Site in GIS at UCF will take place this summer virtually through Citizen Science GIS at University of Central Florida. We are pleased to host the fifth year of our National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates & Teachers (REU/RET) Site “Preparing the Next Generation of Scholars through Community GIS and Citizen Science.” Our virtual program (due to COVID) offers fully funded summer research experiences for eight undergraduate students and two K-12 teachers. Participants will also be invited to a fully funded ten-day fieldwork experience to Belize in early 2022 as COVID conditions improve. For more information, visit: https://www.citizensciencegis.org/nsf-reuret-site