Imagine your child being able to build a guitar or develop apps for your tablet or mobile device.
Now, thanks to a handful of camps at Bakersfield College, specifically designed to enhance Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics education, students can learn those skills.
The summer STEM Academy Camps are taking place through July 17.
The classes and days they'll take place are as follows:
- Now through June 21 - Guitar Building: Students will learn how to build an electric guitar. Capacity is 10 students
- Now through June 14 - Mobile App. Development: Students will learn to how to develop a mobile app using Android Studio and Java Programming. Capacity is 22 students.
- June 18-21 - Engineering: Students will learn about different engineering fields. Capacity is 20 students.
- June 25-28 - Architecture & Design: Students will design and build a tiny house. Capacity is 22 students.
- June 25-28 - Automation Technology: Students will learn the electronics and robotics behind control systems. Capacity is 24 students.
- July 16-17 - Architecture & Design: Students will design and build a tiny house. Capacity is 22 students.
The camps are funded by a contribution from Chevron.
For more about the camps visit Chevron's STEM website.