- Intro to Programming
- Tech 1 (CompTIA Introduction to IT)
- Tech 2 (Apple Mac repair certification)
From CU Boulder a BS in Technology, Arts and Media combines an engineering education with creative practice, making, hacking, experimentation, research and design.
If you know students who are both technically and creatively inclined but are shying away from single-track engineering programs, BS–TAM might be just the right mix. If so, please share the attached flyer, our website or this short video.
From ATLAS’ hacker lab/makerspace, research labs and creative studios, to our performance and production spaces, TAM students make up a lively, diverse and talented interdisciplinary community of technical enthusiasts who invent, design and create with gusto!
Examples of where this degree leads:
- 3D modeling
- Game design
- Mobile apps
- Virtual reality
- Graphic design
- Data visualization
- Motion graphics
- Interactive technologies
- Physical computing
- User experience
The University of Wyoming STEP Summer Bridge program, is an unique opportunity for incoming freshman. STEP Summer Bridge is a four week program for entering freshman who wish to get a jump start on their college career. It is comprised of a self-directed math course, a first year seminar, as well as co-curricular activities aimed at exposing students to campus resources and the community of Laramie, WY at large. Students will live on campus and build a community with their fellow students.
The mission of STEP Summer Bridge is to prepare students for academic success by challenging them to engage with their studies in a supportive learning environment. Students will be empowered to grow academically as they work collaboratively with their fellow classmates and instructors. Students will also become connected to Laramie as a community outside of the university to create a sense of belonging that will make their transition to the University of Wyoming a positive and welcoming experience.
I have a Scholarship opportunity for you: Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) is offering a “Failure Fair” Scholarship. If you’re willing to be or are a risk-taker, then you should check this out.
Hey juniors! Here is a fun opportunity for your summer STEM dreams. UW is offering a summer engineering program (ESP) to learn about the field of engineering and many of the career opportunities available for engineering graduates.
The ESP will be on the University of Wyoming campus (Laramie, WY) June 21 through June 27. The application (found at the link above) is due on March 31, 2015 to this address:
ESP, University of Wyoming, College of Engineering and Applied Science, Dept 3295, 1000 E. University Avenue, Laramie, WY 82071
Hey all – I have an awesome summer camp opportunity for you. Check it out:
The Society of American Military Engineers, in collaboration with the Military Services, offers a series of engineering/STEM camps designed for High School students who excel in math, science and technology courses and are interested in pursuing engineering, architecture, or a related field in college. These one–week camps are high energy, hands–on events for students from across the country and around the world. The camps are led by a professional staff of engineers from both private industry and the uniformed military services.
Greeting from Colorado Northwestern Community College.
We are excited to announce that CNCC is now offering summer dinosaur digs. Our first excavation is planned for this summer, and we would like to invite you and your teachers and staff to work alongside professional paleontologist to uncover fossils that have been buried for over 65 million years.
Teachers from all disciplines and staff from every department can spend two weeks of their summer in the heart of dinosaur country learning about paleontology by digging, brushing and uncovering a unique fossilized specimen. CNCC’s Summer Paleontology Camp will offer two sessions on the Rangely Campus, each two weeks in duration. Teachers and staff can participate in the non-credit camp only or choose to earn three college credit hours by enrolling in GEY 229, Paleontology Field Studies. On-campus housing and food service are available. No prior experience is required to take advantage of this amazing opportunity.
I have attached an electronic copy of our brochure for distribution to your colleagues. Additional information and application materials can be found at www.cncc.edu/paleontology. Space is limited, so please pass this information along as quickly as possible.