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UTEP ExciTES Hosting STEM Camps

The University of Texas at El Paso ExciTES program is hosting STEM summer camps for engineering, robotics, and coding.

Their purpose is to encourage 3rd to 11th graders in their use of "knowledge, creativity, and imagination" while creating an environment for career exploration in the engineering field. Each session is geared toward allowing students to learn about the different fields in engineering while encouraging them to attend college. They each allow for students to meet other students while being "engaged in inquiry-based and team-oriented projects activities".

ExciTES offers four different sessions for different age groups:

  • Robotics (rising 3rd thru 5th graders); $110/student/week; 

    • Robotics Session lV: July 15-19, 1pm-4pm

    ExciTES (the "original" for rising 6th thru 8th graders); $175/student/week; 

    • ExciTES Session III: July 15-19, 9am-4pm

    Sol y Agua Coding for Girls (rising 6th thru 8th graders); $175/student/week;

    • Sol y Agua Session II: June 17-21, 9am-4pm
    • Sol y Agua Session III: July 22-26, 9am-4pm

    Challenge (rising 9th thru 11th graders); $175/student/week; 

    • Challenge Session I: June 17-219am-4pm
    • Challenge Session II: July 22-26, 9am-4pm


ExciTEs flyer

ExciTES Flyer


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