STEM Cubs is a free engineering day camp that serves students in grades K-5 on the University of Missouri’s campus at the College of Engineering. The program emphasizes the importance of exploratory and experiential learning. Most importantly, STEM Cubs seeks to engage elementary-aged students from underrepresented and low-income backgrounds in activities related to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. A collaboration between the College of Engineering, College of Education, and the Division of Inclusion, Diversity & Equity’s Access and Leadership Development unit STEM Cubs takes place three times a year: summer, fall, and spring. Space is limited, applications available a month before each camp.
Stay tuned for our next STEM Cubs in the Fall of 2020.
For any questions, please contact the Director of Diversity and Outreach, Hilary Mueller.
For more information, you can read STEM Cubs gets boost from local chapter of construction organization.