CANCELLED: 2020 | TRYEngineering Summer Institute – Powered By IEEE
(originally scheduled Multiple Locations)
2020 June 28 – Summer Sessions Star
The TryEngineering Summer Institute for the 2020 season is canceled.
The IEEE TryEngineering Summer Institute program provides the ideal atmosphere for exploring your academic interests, making new friends, introducing college life, and building a sense of confidence and independence. If you are looking at an engineering camp for your high school student, you should TryEngineering! Customized curriculum created by the geniuses at IEEE!
About TryEngineering Summer Institute | Our Engineering Summer Institute Goal
To spark enthusiasm in engineering and technology in the next generation of problem-solvers and difference-makers, and position these innovators for long-term success in academics and life.
How do we do it?
Organized in two-week sessions each summer, on university campuses across the United States, the TryEngineering Summer Institute unites students from around the world — co-ed, between 13-17 years old — to:
- engage in hands-on design challenges
- experience the work firsthand with behind-the-scenes tours with real-life engineers
- discover not just what’s happening today, but what’s coming tomorrow, through conversations with renowned guest speakers and incredible Summer Institute counselors
- create a future of possibility that is fully realized and present for every student
- build skills and conceptual knowledge through hands-on work doing design challenges and classwork building and creating projects of increasing difficulty
Give us two weeks, and we’ll give you a new definition of what it means to be an engineer.
No matter which of our campuses you choose, you can feel confident that your experience outside the classroom will be just as rich as your engineering camp experience in the classrooms and labs.
Each of our sites has its unique features. Click each campus name below to learn more about these sites.
“I feel like I know have a great understanding of what it’s like to attend a college and left with a spark in me to create more things with my own two hands after our classroom sessions.” – 2019 student