Organizers of Chattanooga Engineers Week, or E-Week, are reaching out to Cleveland State Community College by providing a gift to help purchase two new robotic lego kits for campers who register for the 2020 STEAM Camps at CSCC.
“We have one week each year to celebrate engineers and engineering,” said Lulu Copeland, Chattanooga E-Week organizer. “But year-round, the E-Week Committee promotes STEM activities developing future engineers, including robotics camps and competitions.” During E-Week, scholarships are presented to educational institutions and students for engineering and engineering technology programs.
E-Week was held in Chattanooga on Feb. 20-22.
“We appreciate how the E-Week organizers have played a role in helping with the education of students throughout the year,” said Dr. Bill Seymour, Cleveland State Community College president. “Watching our STEAM Camps grow over the years has been energizing.” STEAM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math.
The Summer STEAM enrichment program at Cleveland State Community College hosts camps in Cleveland, Athens, and Monroe County, Tennessee. The current Cleveland State STEAM Camps on the schedule for Summer 2020 are Multi-Media Camp, Musical Theater Camp, Balsa Bridge Camp, Jr. Naturalists Camp, Coding Camp, Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced Lego Robotics Camps.