Scholarships and Camps

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Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science Engineering Summer Camp

Registration opens: We are now accepting applications for the 2014 Engineering Summer Camp.

Camp takes place: 9:00 am to 4:50 pm Monday through Friday, July 14-18, 2014.

Cost:  The total cost of camp will be $300.This includes all lunches, materials and supplies. 

We are able to offer a limited number of partial scholarships. Simply identify your need within the application.

Description: In this program, 8th to 12th grade students will be on the beautiful University of Denver campus with adult supervision, hands on learning, and the opportunity to explore the development of future technologies.

Participants will gain insight about the fundamentals of computer, electrical, and mechanical engineering through the design and building of engineering robotic systems.

The schedule of activities can be downloaded here.

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Contact Us

Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science   
Department of Mechanical & Materials Engineering
2390 S. York St., Rm 200
Denver, CO 80208
Phone 303.871.2107 303.871.2107 FREE  end_of_the_skype_highlighting
Fax 303.871.4450



Lockheed Martin Engineering Explorers Program

Registration opens:  Summer 2014

Camp takes place:  2 semester program at Lockheed Martin Waterton Campus in Littleton, Colorado.  September 2014- May 2015

Cost:  $65 per student

Description:  Lockheed Martin's Engineering Explorer Post is designed to give area high school students a behind-the-scenes, and first hand experience with engineering and technology. The Engineering Explorers Post is open to all area High School students. Student participants meet every other week for 8 months and will hear from industry experts on various space programs including JUNO, Mars Science Lander, MAVEN, and Orion. Student participant will also complete a number of hands-on engineering activities and will compete in three project design competitions. As a final project, student teams will design and build a capstone project with an aerospace-related objective. Engineer advisors mentor students throughout the program, and student participants will also have the opportunity to tour Lockheed Martin's Waterton facility, University of Colorado's Engineering School and Colorado School of Mines.