High School Students Can Win A FREE 6-Day Trip to:
Explore Natural Resources & Engineering at Michigan Technological University (Michigan Tech) in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan!!
Monday – Saturday, July 10-15, 2017
(includes free transportation, meals & lodging)
OPEN to all High School students in Genesee County who want to explore engineering forestry, water quality, fisheries, more!
**Up to 15 high school students from Genesee County will be selected to participate. Talk to your teacher!
What YOU will do …
- In the forest, investigate invasive species, ID trees, collect amphibian data.
- On the water, sample aquatic life & collect data aboard a research vessel in Lake Superior;
- In the lab, examine plankton, engineer a process to clean water;
- Tour a college campus, stay in a dorm, eat in the dining hall;
- Learn about engineering and natural resources majors and careers.
- Experience national and state parks, wildlife refuges, and nature sanctuaries with experts at Michigan Technological University and in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula!!
HOW TO APPLY
- Complete application form online 2017 Michigan Tech Trip – Genesee County
- Describe what you hope to gain from this experience and your past experience with natural resources, engineering and environmental stewardship;
- Email or mail ONE letter of recommendation (from non-family member, such as a teacher or community member) to: email@example.com
- Deadline extended to Friday, June 9!
A team of educators, university staff, and resource specialists will select participants in mid-May.
A mandatory Parent Meeting will be held in mid- June.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Leyla Sanker| Discovering Place | University of Michigan Flint | firstname.lastname@example.org | Tel: 248-892-9329
Joan Chadde | Michigan Technological University |email@example.com | Office: 906-487-3341
Coordinated by Michigan Tech Center for Science and Environmental Outreach with generous funding from GM and the Ride the Waves Program at Michigan Tech’s Great Lakes Research Center.
Additional funding from Michigan Tech School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science, College of Engineering, Departments of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Michigan Tech Transportation Institute, Admissions, Great Lakes Research Center.