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The Milwaukee School of Engineering

ME Summer Programs

Discover the Possibilities - Engineering
In this week long summer camp for high school students, discover the exciting field of engineering!  Experience hands-on activities and instruction from real-world engineering faculty at Milwaukee School of Engineering.  Specifically, students cover architectural engineering & building construction, biomedical, computer, software, electrical, industrial and mechanical engineering.  Recreational activites are in the evenings.  2005 date choices are July 10 - 15 or July 17 - 22. 
Program Cost: $650

Phone: (800) 332-6763

Deadline: 06/24/05

Focus on the Possibilities - Engineering
This week long summer camp for high school students gives you the opportunity to thoroughly explore one of the following career fields:

- architectural engineering & building construction

- biomedical engineering

- electrical engineering

- mechanical & industrial engineering

- computers

The day is spent conducting hands-on lab experiments and classroom interaction with experienced professors from Milwaukee School of Engineering.  Recreational activities are in the evenings.  Runs July 24 - 29, 2005. 
Program Cost: $650

Phone: (800) 332-6763

Deadline: 06/24/04

Focus on Nursing
Be a nurse for a week!  This week long summer camp for high school students will explore the exciting, rewarding field of nursing.  You will learn about:

- Basic CPR

- Computers & Nursing field

- Assessing patients

- History of Nursing

During the day is academic programming by experienced nursing faculty from MSOE's School of Nursing.  Evening is filled with fun activities.  Runs July 24 - 29. 

Program Cost: $650

Phone: (800) 332-6763

Deadline: 06/24/04

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