Lawrence Technological University Offer Stimulating Academic Camps

High schoolers interested in camps that focus on engineering, technology, design, business, science and more: Look no further than Lawrence Tech.

Learning doesn’t stop when the final class bell rings on the last day of school. In fact, summertime provides a perfect chance for teens to explore their academic interests. And if those interests include science, technology and engineering, to name a few, then Lawrence Technological University is the place to be this summer.

Through both day and overnight camp options for teens ages 14-18, Lawrence Tech’s expert professors introduce campers to the latest innovations in modern labs and studios on Lawrence Tech’s Southfield campus.

These stimulating academic camps for students interested in engineering, technology, design, business, science and more kick off on June 22, 2020 and continue through the week of July 20.

Each camp welcomes a maximum of 20 students, and some camps include the opportunity to venture off campus to local institutions such as the Detroit Institute of Arts and visit local design or architecture firms.

Parents don’t have to worry about sending their camper off with a ton of supplies. All materials are provided as part of the camp tuition.

Teens who opt to participate as day campers can expect to be in camp from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. If your camper is hoping for time away this summer, a residential camp gives him or her the chance to live in student housing, eat in the cafeteria and experience the fun of college life – while making new friends, too.

Campers must register to participate in Lawrence Tech’s camps by June 1, 2020.

For more information on Lawrence Technological University’s summer camps, visit ltu.edu/summer-camps.

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