Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is launching a summer science and engineering camp for incoming high school juniors. Project Select is a week-long, hands-on STEM camp modeled in part after Rose-Hulman’s longstanding Operation Catapult summer program for high school seniors.
Rose-Hulman professors will mentor students in specially-designed programs and with projects showcasing how science and engineering can solve demanding problems.
Students interested in registering will need a recommendation from a high school counselor or teacher and a transcript including first-semester grades from sophomore year. Project Select will be held from June 23-29 at Rose-Hulman with a cost of $1,450 per student. Program information and how to register can be found here.