July 8-12 is the free summer camp in which rising 10th and 11th grade students explore issues related to energy, climate change, and the environment. Organized and run by PhD students in the Department of Engineering & Public Policy (EPP), there are activities, presentations, field trips, and a final project. We provide breakfast, lunch, and snacks to all students, and we can also offer students Port Authority bus passes for the week for transport to and from campus.
July 15&16 is the two-day workshop for educators. Teachers who attend receive lunch as well as a stipend of $200, and Pennsylvania teachers can receive 12 hours of Act 48 credit. Organized by faculty in EPP, these sessions include background material on energy and climate and discussions on how to incorporate these materials into course curricula.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Applications be completed online at http://cedmcenter.org/succeed/.