STEM camp for students with disabilities

The Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services has announced its first ever STEM camp for students with disabilities.

Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services logoThe camp, which is a partnership between DRS, Think Through Math, Tech-Now, Inc., and Ada and Cherokee Public Schools takes place this summer.

Students will take part in math activities in the morning and technology/engineering during the afternoon session. This camp is designed to develop skills needed to succeed in high school and beyond!

Lunch is provided and camp is FREE.

Students with disabilities (including students on IEPs, Section 504 Plans and other documented disabilities), ages 14-18, are eligible to participate.

Ada Junior High School

June 27 – July 1, 2016

Register for the Ada camp here.

Cherokee High School

July 18-22, 2016

Register for the Cherokee camp here.

Both camps will run from 8am-5pm during the week they are in session.

For more information, contact kosmani@okdrs.gov or (405) 635-2768.

Dale Rogers Training Center (DRTC) is the oldest and largest community vocational training and employment center for people with disabilities in Oklahoma. With multiple locations in Oklahoma, DRTC trains or employs more than 1,100 people with disabilities per year. Visit us online: DRTC.org

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