POWER SUMMER CAMP

Organization name: IUPUI

Program Type

Academic programs

Ages Served:

12-18 Years

Overview

Brief Program Summary: Preparing Outstanding Women for Engineering Roles (POWER) Summer Camp at the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology, IUPUI allows young women to: • Explore engineering through hands-on experiences- conduct experiments, innovate, and make cool stuff • Meet a diverse selection of professional women engineers and young college women aspiring to be engineers • Check out up-and-coming technology in engineering through innovation modules • Build relationships with other aspiring engineers • Live on a college campus for a week
Success Metrics: Education: Access for underrepresented populations, Information technology and computer literacy, K-12 education, Postsecondary education, School readiness, STEM education Social Issues: Equity, diversity, or inclusion Arts and Culture: , Environmental Sustainability: Science literacy of the public Community and Economic Development: Workforce development

Demographics

Number Served & Racial Distribution:

Total Number of Individuals Annually Served

50

Black or African Americans Annually Served

N/A

Hispanic or Latinos Annually Served

N/A

Geographic Scope:

− Central Indiana Counties: Marion
− Additional/Other Areas of Focus: N/A

Resources

Annual Operating Cost: $675/student
Initial Start-Up Cost: $0

Contact Information

Organization Name: IUPUI
Website: https://www.iupui.edu/
Respondents Name: Karen Dace
Email: kdace@iupui.edu

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