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College to Host Free Engineering Technologies Summer Camp


The School of Industrial and Engineering Technologies will host afree summer camp from Wednesday, June 11-Friday, June 13. This three-day camp will introduce students entering ninth and 10th grades to a variety of engineering technology careers. Participants will explore civil engineering and surveying technology, drafting and CAD technology, electronics and computer engineering technology, manufacturing engineering technology, plastics and polymer engineering technology, and welding technology. Participants can register until Friday, May 30. For more information, please visit the camp Web siteor contact Stacey Hampton.

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