Western Illinois University’s Office of Study Abroad and Outreach is offering virtual and face-to-face youth programs for Summer 2021.

This year’s class list includes:

Wednesday, July 7, TechVenturing Virtual Workshop

Enrollment Spots Still Available for Western Illinois University Summer Youth ProgramThis one day workshop is available only for students in grades 9-12. Program times are 10 a.m. – noon and 1 – 3 p.m.

Rafael Obregon, interim chair of the WIU Department of Engineering Technology

July 12-16, WIU’s STEM Virtual Camp

Class is available for students in grades 7-12. Program cost is $100.

Physics Professor Esteban Araya Astronomy/Astrophysics
Physics Chair Kishor Kapale-Quantum World
Microbiology student Hillery Hartwig
Ecology student Erik Harms
College of Arts and Sciences Assistant Dean Jim Rabchuk – Chemistry
Associate Nursing Instructor Lindsay White
Psychology Professor Colin Harbke
Interim Chair/Associate Professor Engineering Technology Rafael Obregon
Mathematics Professor Fedor Andreev

July 19-23, Art: Colorful Minds and Creative Hands

This week-long face-to-face program is available for students in grades 4-8. Program cost is $100.

Instructors: Robert Johnson (retired WIU faculty), Steve Larimer (retired Macomb High School, art teacher) and Leigh Grotts (Macomb School District art teacher).

To register, or for additional program information, visit wiu.edu/sao/outreach/youth_enrichment/youthmain.php.

Questions can be directed to Sally Adams at sa-adams2@wiu.edu.


Enrollment Spots Still Available for Western Illinois University Summer Youth Program
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