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UD Summer Program June 17-29, 2019
Currently Accepting Applications!
During this one-week, residential learning experience high school junior, seniors and incoming college freshman will learn about the specific behaviors and actions of exemplary leadership; how to develop, lead, and participate in highly effective teams; and examine how critical skills such as communication, self-awareness, and conflict resolution impact leadership and your ability to lead others.
For more information go.udayton.edu/leadership101
1. Minority Engineering and Technology Camp for Young Men (METEC) Registration to come! June 16-June 22, 2019. Minority high school males who will be seniors in the fall are invited to this weeklong program: Live on campus, conduct experiments, network with professional engineers, and visit engineering and science laboratories on campus and at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Plus, work with a coach to build the skills you need to ace your ACT and SAT and apply for college. Minimum GPA 3.0. Email: email@example.com. Summer Honors Engineering Camp (SHEC) Registration open! June 23-June 28, 2019. Explore engineering through hands-on experiments showcasing different engineering disciplines and use your creativity to solve real-world engineering problems. You’ll get an inside look at what it’s like to choose engineering as a career from our faculty. Plus, you’ll have time to hang out with fellow campers, enjoy our fitness complex and explore campus. Open to students entering 11th–12th grade in the fall. Minimum GPA 3.5. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Women in Engineering Camp (WIE) Registration open! July 7-July 12, 2019. During this camp for women entering 10th–12th grade in the fall, you’ll gain experience in different engineering disciplines through cooperative hands-on experiences. You’ll also meet female engineering students, learn about life at UD, take a field trip to visit a local engineering company and meet local women engineering professionals.Email: email@example.com
Local college-bound students can attend this FREE event and learn everything they need to know about college, get entered to win a $1,000 scholarship, and chat with over 60 colleges/universities from all over the country. It’s a great way for students to gather tons of information – all in one spot! MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 (6PM – 8PM) Students must pre-register and attend this event in order to have the chance to win the scholarship provided by Fifth Third Bank, although they do not have to be present to win. Students can now officially register for this event at www.daytondragons.com/collegeprep.
MFG Day 2018 on October 5! MFG DAY provides a great opportunity for students to imagine themselves in exciting, high-tech manufacturing careers. Put teaching and learning in context by discovering more about employer expectations and about the wide range of high-skill, high-pay career opportunities available in contemporary manufacturing facilities.
Manufacturers across the Dayton Region, and throughout the entire country, are holding open houses designed to showcase manufacturing in action and to highlight manufacturing’s vital role in regional and national economies. You and your students are invited!
Register to attend one or more open houses by visiting www.mfgday.com. Be sure to search on “Ohio” to see all the open houses in the Dayton Region. Check this list often as new open houses are added daily. Please register to attend online AND contact the company directly to set up a time to attend. Or, if you need help finding an open house, contact DRMA at Info@DaytonRMA.org or (937) 949-4000. Students under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult or participate as part of a school group.