EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) — New Mexico State University’s computer science department is collaborating with the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship to host a free Verizon Innovative Learning STEM enrichment summer camp for 100 middle school boys.
The program is also inclusive of all genders and non-binary students.
The three-week summer program begins July 12 and runs through July 30. Students will learn design thinking, 3D printing, augmented reality and social entrepreneurship skills. Students will also participated in one session per month on Saturday’s throughout the school year to continue learning.
Current NMSU computer science students and previous camp teachers will be teaching students in the program.
“Opportunities like this are very important for students who do not get access to camps like this,” said Adan Delval, director of…