Qualcomm Collaborates with Schools, Libraries and Non-Profits to Provide More Students Free, Hands-on STEM Camps this Summer

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Qualcomm Collaborates with Schools, Libraries and Non-Profits to Provide More Students Free, Hands-on STEM Camps this Summer

Qualcomm Welcomes Participants from American Association of University Women’s Summer Camp TechTrek

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Thursday, July 27, 2017 - 9:15am

CAMPAIGN: STEM Education

CONTENT: Press Release

Building on three years of successful hands-on STEM camps, this summer the Qualcomm® Thinkabit Lab™ continues to grow, with a total of 10 one-week-long camps in San Diego, the DC Metro Area and China. These programs are designed to introduce, inspire and encourage middle school students’ interest in STEM.

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The annual summer program from Qualcomm – Qcamp™ – began in 2014 with a collaboration between Qualcomm and the Institute of International Education (IIE) on the Women Enhancing Technology (WeTech) program. Qualcomm has been a lead partner in this initiative since its inception, and it is a part of the Company’s ongoing commitment to increasing and supporting girls and women in STEM. Qcamp is a free-of-charge, intensive summer camp that provides students from all cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds with hands-on learning and engineering activities in a part maker-space, part lab environment. For more on Qcamp, view the videos here.

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Keywords: Education | American Association of University Women | Education | Education for Women/Girls | Events, Media & Communications | Higher Education Access | Improving Education Quality | Innovation & Technology | Lawrence Hall of Science | Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives | QCamp

CAMPAIGN: STEM Education

CONTENT: Press Release