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Students experience Geekbus at Palo Alto College STEM summer camp

STEM camps held throughout summer

SAN ANTONIO Palo Alto College rolled out the Geekbus for summer camps to give students a glimpse into the world of science.

Students enrolled at the college’s summer camps got to explore 3-D printing, robotics and electronics.

The Geekbus visit is one of many special features provided at Palo Alton’s summer science, technology, engineering and mathematics camps.

During the STEM camp, students ages 11 to 18 perform hands-on activities in biology, chemistry, engineering and computer gaming.

“We stress 3-D printing because it’s such an important technology moving forward. A lot of advancements are happening with a different bunch of different interests, you know, of civil engineering,” said Justin Chapkl, STEM coordinator.

There are other summer camps available at the college throughout the summer.

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