Looking for something STEMulating to do this summer? The County Library is partnering with Utah State University to offer a series of STEM camps through August. The camps encompass everything from Junk Drawer Robotics and Woodworking to Archaeology and an Aerospace Mission to Mars, and more.
“The USU Summer STEM camps offer teens exciting and innovative ways to get hands-on experience with important science, technology, and engineering concepts,” says Stephanie Anderson, youth outreach and programming librarian. “By offering these programs free of cost we are ensuring that teens have access to fun, educational programming.”
Registration is required. Teens may register at their local County Library location. The first camp, Woodworking, is June 5 at the Salt Lake County Library Hunter location from 1 to 4 pm.
See the full schedule of classes: slcolibrary.org/teen