Outreach

An important part of the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering’s mission is to cultivate and engage our communities. Our outreach staff works with students of all ages to provide support for STEM activities, learning, and partnerships across Colorado.

Claudia Hernandez
Outreach and Equity Coordinator 

Claudia.Hernandez@colostate.edu
720-383-4825

Claudia works with current students, student organizations, summer program initiatives, and outreach

Source News: Five questions with Claudia Hernandez

Please note:

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, summer camps featured through the college have been cancelled for this summer. For the latest updates about COVID-19, visit safety.colostate.edu/coronavirus.

We're here to answer your questions!

Please contact us with specific questions about summer programs as needed at Claudia.Hernandez@colostate.edu.

Summer Camps

The College provides support for summer camps throughout Colorado. The summer camps listed below feature STEM-related experiences for middle and high school participants, often including current faculty and students from the College.

Campos EPC ENvision

Cancelled for summer 2020 due to Coronavirus outbreak

WSCOE/Campos EPC

Campos EPC ENvision is a six day residential program for rising seniors, juniors, and sophomores in the Denver Public School system. The camp provides students with hands on experiences in a variety of engineering fields.

Participants will learn from current students and faculty about different types of engineering used in teaching and research labs during the academic year. Mentors will help students learn about college, engineering, and what it takes to succeed.

“I would recommend it because I want my friends to be able to access the resources and experiences I gained here at ENvision.”

-2017 Participant

Aurora STEM Cybersecurity Camp

Cancelled for summer 2020 due to Coronavirus outbreak

2018 Aurora STEM sponsors

Students in middle and high school are invited to the Aurora STEM Cybersecurity Camp. Participants can choose one of six hands-on learning experiences:

  • Clean energy technologies
  • Introduction to machine learning
  • Programming games in Python
  • Fundamentals of cybersecurity
  • Advanced cybersecurity concepts/ techniques
  • Programming with Arduino

In the news: Aurora cybersecurity camp adds STEM focus to summer learning​