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Spark your student’s interest in science, math and engineering through a class on music production, drones, esports, and even Minecraft.
On Saturdays during the school year, and in camp format during the summer, DAPCEP motivates, exposes, and prepares Detroit-area students for futures in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. Taking STEM classes at an early age provides the first step to bright futures and successful careers.
DAPCEP is offering 46 classes this fall in STEM – available in person and online.
Spark your student’s interest in science, math and engineering through classes that are designed around the topics kids and teens are passionate about – from moneymaking and computer programming to filmmaking and robotics.
Kids aren’t just having fun – they are developing school and life readiness skills.
Watch your student improve their critical thinking, creativity, confidence, communication and collaboration in just a few short weeks. DAPCEP’s STEM Saturdays Series courses are hands-on, foundational, and prepare pre-K to 12th grade students to pursue advanced STEM educational pathways.
Join the 74,000 DAPCEP alumni since 1976 – including Michigan Lieutenant Governor Garlin Gilchrist – and register for DAPCEP today.
Explorers Pre K- 3rd grade starts Oct 1.
Pathfinders’ 4th – 12 grade starts Oct 15.
Visit www.dapcep.org to learn more and sign up!
DAPCEP’s mission is to increase the number of historically underrepresented students who are motivated and academically prepared to pursue degrees leading to STEM careers. We achieve this with supplemental academic programs for Pre-K to 12th grade students by partnering with schools and universities to develop and facilitate engaging curriculum. We are driven to increase the number of students who graduate from high school and pursue degrees and/or careers in STEM fields and serve 11,000 students annually. Visit dapcep.org to learn more and get involved.
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