Program 2018


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Technical Talks: “I’m a Professional”

The students will hear from a variety of scientists and engineers who will talk about their work, why they chose this profession and how they find it rewarding.


The students will participate in everyday activities of working men and women in STEM.  SLAC professionals will spend time with small groups of students showing them what their daily life is like.

Team Projects:

Working in teams will offer a memorable experience and allow students to gain technical skills while working hands-on on SLAC related technologies.


Students will tour the SLAC accelerators and laboratories, spend an evening at the Stanford Observatory for star gazing, and visit the Stanford University campus.

Evening Activities:

Summer camp includes fun time to experience science and engineering in a relaxed environment as well as time to bond and make new friends with high school students across the bay area as well as with SLAC scientists and engineers.

Professional Growth:

The students will acquire skills necessary to enter and stay in STEM fields, as well as learn tools that help with developing confidence and effective communication.