Spring 2020 LEAD Academy *High School Students Only *
Our LEAD program is a one day experience held at our college designed to work in conjunction with the SC educational standards to provide students with hands-on experiences in a particular area of engineering and computing. Your students will be engaged in hands-on project based learning all day! This one day experience will be from 9am-3pm or 10am-4pm and our college will provide travel scholarships if needed! Lunch for the students is provided.

Our center’s mission is to enhance engineering and computer science related education through rigorous and relevant hands-on content. The center supports interdisciplinary approaches to solve challenges, promote higher level critical thinking skills, and to work collaboratively to solve complex problems! Our center wants to engage, empower and inspire students all while igniting a fire about STEM related fields.

The application must be received on December 16th or before. We have selected dates the LEAD Academy will be offered and listed the choices on the application. This application should be completed by a teacher or guidance counselor that would like to bring a group of 25 students or less for the LEAD Academy. Only ONE application per teacher is necessary.

We would love to have your class step into our LEAD Academy for the day and experience something they won’t forget!

Questions can be directed to Krystal DuBose, 803.777.2997, kddubose@cec.sc.edu
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LEAD Academy Topic Preference: Please RANK ( 5 being your top pick) *
Biomedical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Aerospace Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Dates of Availability: Dates will be determined on a school-by-school basis once all applications have been received and reviewed. Please indicate your top three(3) preferred dates below. All LEAD Academy's will run from 9am-3pm or 10am- 4pm with a 30 minute break for lunch. *
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