Project DIY

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Project "Do it Yourself" (DIY) is an Advanced Manufacturing Camp for Denver incoming 10th & 11th grade high school females funded by The Women's Foundation of Colorado and hosted by Community College of Denver. The CCD academic programs the students will participate in during the 2017 camps are Architectural Technologies, Engineering Graphics, Fabrication Welding, and Machine Technologies.

Questions?

Contact Janet Colvin

2017 Camp Details

June 5 - 9, 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. each day

Available for incoming female 10th and 11th graders at Martin Luther King Jr. Early College and CEC Early College. Students from other schools should contact Ezzard_Gadson@dpsk12.org before applying. A light breakfast, snacks, and lunch will be included each day. Gifts for girls who complete the week!

Registration Is Now Closed

Explore college and career pathways in advanced manufacturing! During the camp, you’ll:

  • Gain hands-on training/experience at CCD’s Advanced Manufacturing Center in architecture, engineering graphics, welding, and machining.  
  • Design and build a project made by you, for you.
  • Learn more about manufacturing career pathways.
  • Go on industry tours at area manufacturing facilities and meet with women working in advanced manufacturing careers.

Application Deadline: May 24, 2017

For more details on the camp, please contact Janet Colvin or you may read more details of 2016 Project DIY Camp.

Camp Orientation

Learn more about this camp at orientation and information session. Bring your parents/guardians on May 24th, 6 - 7:00 p.m. | Light Dinner Will Be Served at the AMC - RSVP number of attendees to janet.colvin@ccd.edu

To learn more about advanced manufacturing programs or tour the Advanced Manufacturing Center, contact Janet Colvin, manufacturing pathways campus coordinator.

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