Students Entering Grades 6–8
July 12–15, July 19–22
Equinor and UH teachHOUSTON are partnering to bring camp opportunities to students entering grades 6–8 in the fall.
This initiative is a free program for underserved and at-risk students who would otherwise not be able to attend a camp. All campers have been selected by their district to participate. Each camp has been limited to 20 campers in order to implement high-level support for summer STEM learning in response to COVID.
Virtual Camp via Zoom
Each week, camp will be offered live via Zoom from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Week One Camps - July 12–15
Data Analysis Adventure
Students will gain valuable experience creating and analyzing data by playing a series of online games!
Welcome to Jurassic Camp
If rocks could talk, what would they say? In this geology camp, students will travel through geologic time as they explore Earth’s layers, plate tectonics, and ancient climates!
Students will be able to write equations/expressions that are disguised as riddles!
Week Two Camps - July 19–22
Students will explore the exciting world of computer science using the Scratch programming language, accumulating the tools needed to ultimately create their own mini video game!
Students will explore how the genetic code influences what we see and what we don't see, using a variety of organisms from pigeons to people!
Students will learn several different methods to organize and represent sets of data!