Summer Programs for Youth


The STEM Young Scholars Summer Program is a free four-week summer program designed for high school students who are interested in learning more about STEM careers and majors. Presentations, field trips, activities, workshops, and guest speakers from science, technology, engineering, and math are part of the program. The START (STEM Training and Robotics Technology) Program is a four-week program designed to develop critical, creative and innovative reasoning skills through hands-on projects. Students will build a VEX robot for classroom competition, participate in three electric building projects, and join college and industry tours, in addition to other activities. The Summer Math Academy is geared toward current or incoming ECC students, offering an opportunity to study math for three weeks in a friendly, stress-free environment. Students will learn how to study efficiently and become prepared for college placement testing. Math courses cover basic skills, algebra and precalculus. Students must be enrolled in a math course for fall 2015.