Contra Costa Environmental Sciences Summer Camp for high school students to be held July 25-29 at Cal State East Bay's Concord campus.
CSUEB Concord hosts 2011 environmental sciences summer camp
- June 30, 2011 2:30pm
Registration is now open for the Contra Costa Environmental Sciences Summer Camp for high school students to be held July 25-29 at Cal State East Bay's Concord campus.
Camp features a full variety of experiences and will explore a range of topics including:
— The Delta Eco System
— Invasive Species
— Renewable Energy
— Ocean Health & The Bay Delta
— Climate Change & Personal Decision-Making
— Student Teams will also engage in issues-oriented dialogue
Students will conduct research using the latest GPS technology, and working in teams, do a project which concludes in the delivery of a Public Service Announcement (PSA) delivered before a panel of industry.
Students successfully completing the camp will receive one unit of college credit.
The camp is being offered through a collaboration between Chevron and the Contra Costa Economic Partnership.
For more information or to register, go to http://www.cceconptnr.org/EnvSciCamp Contact: Liz Ritchie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 925-684-4994.
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