Every year, high school students come from near and far to attend the ECE Electrify Tech Camps held on the Ann Arbor campus that give them hands-on experience in electrical and computer engineering. This year, ECE added a fourth camp that’s held in downtown Detroit at the Michigan Engineering Zone (MEZ).
“One of our program’s goals is to make Electrify accessible to as many students as possible so they can learn more about electrical and computer engineering,” said John Feldkamp, ECE’s Student Recruiter who managed the program. “By hosting a program at the Michigan Engineering Zone in Detroit, we were able to bring the Electrify experience to a new location and help students and families connect with Michigan ECE.”
The MEZ is a University of Michigan facility and program of the Office of Student Affairs at the College of Engineering. Its goal is to give Detroit-area students the opportunity to engage with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
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