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University of Toronto – Jr. Deep Camp Scholarships

This summer the University of Toronto Jr. DEEP Science program is offering 25 fully-funded scholarships for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit grade 7/8 students.

Partnering with First Nations House on campus, the program offers 2 weeks of both engineering and cultural activities. Transportation and a breakfast/snack/lunch program can be provided upon request.

Unfortunately, residence cannot be provided at this time.

From the program flyer:

“Jr. DEEP is modeled after our daVinci Engineering Enrichment Program (DEEP) Summer Academy for high school students.  Jr. DEEP offers students the unique opportunity to learn about some of the most cutting-edge topics in science, technology, applied science and engineering. Instructors for Jr. DEEP are knowledgeable and enthusiastic undergraduate students in science and engineering who offer specialized knowledge and interest in the subject area they teach. Modeled after the extremely successful high school program daVinci Enrichment Program (DEEP), Jr. DEEP aims to engage students in grades 7 and 8 and encourage their interests through tons of hands-on and interactive activities!”

Each camp week of Jr. DEEP is 5 days in length (Monday to Friday). Supervised drop off begins at 8am and classes run from 9 am to 4 pm. Supervision is provided from 4 pm to 5 pm at no additional cost. The Aboriginal Program includes mornings for engineering activities and afternoons for cultural activities led by people in the community.

Deadline: First come first Serve – Please ignore the July 5th deadline on the Registration form

REGISTER at: www.outreach.enginerring.utoronto.ca

Find out more information by contacting Danielle Lobo (danielle.lobo@utoronto.ca) 416-978-5410

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