Andrean Faculty and Administration encourage continual growth in mind, body, and spirit. We recommend and encourage our Andrean students to engage in the following summer camps, classes and experiences in the community.
GenCyber Summer Camp: June 12-16 or June 19-23
The Department of Computer Information Technology and Graphics at Purdue University Northwest is offering a 1-week FREE GenCyber Summer Camp for high school students. GenCyber Summer Camp: Inspiring the Next Generation of Cyber Stars. GenCyber Summer Camp will immerse students in learner-centered, hands-on labs and gameplay activities, including cyber security awareness education gameplay, VR game customization, robot game design, ethical-hacking labs and cyber-forensics cases. Let’s have fun with this five-day summer camp, and learn cyber security first principles, cyber security awareness, and explore the possibilities of a higher education and a career in cyber security.
Engineering Summer Camp, Purdue University Northwest/Enbridge June 12-16
Purdue University Northwest/Enbridge June 12-16: Join the Department of Engineering and Enbridge for an exciting hands-on engineering experience. You will be exposed to lab and classroom experiences in civil, mechanical, electrical, and computer engineering. All of these subject areas are degree programs offered at Purdue University Northwest. Interaction with current students and faculty will allow you to ask questions, get answers, and be prepared for college.
For more information visit pnw.edu/enbridge-camp
College credit at PNW
PNW is inviting Andrean students to apply for enrollment in college credit classes during the summer. This opportunity for application is open to incoming junior and senior students.
Valparaiso University College of Nursing and Health Professions
Valparaiso University is hosting a one-day interactive summer camp for high school students. This camp will allow students to explore the role and activities of several different health care professions: nursing, healthcare leadership, physician assistant, and public health. The cost is only $20 per student. We have a maximum capacity of 20 students per day. Choose Monday, June 5 or Friday, June 16. Direct any questions to Dr. Kim Genovese at Valparaiso University. email@example.com (219) 464-5063.
Indiana State Police Summer Camp Program at Ancilla College
Ancilla College is hosting the 2017 Indiana State Police Career Camp on July 16th – 21st. This co-ed camp gives high school students (grades 9th – 12th) an in-depth look at law enforcement. Campers conduct their own crime scene investigations, hear from defense attorneys, K-9 units, bomb squad demonstrations, SWAT, and other experts in the criminal justice field. To register or for further information, visit the websites below or contact the number provided: http://www.trooper.org, http://www.in.gov.isp/2329.htm or call 317-899-8293.