E2 participants are typically students who are interested in pursuing an education/career in engineering. Some of them know exactly what discipline they would like to pursue, and want to learn more about that area. Others have a general idea, and a number of students are unsure of which discipline is right for them. Our program provides them with the opportunity to explore the field of engineering and learn what each discipline entails in order for them to make an informed decision regarding their future.
In 2020, virtual camp enrollment is restricted to 200 students.
We are planning 102 hours of online programming to take place over the course of two weeks (July 20 – 31, 2020).
Deadline to Apply: Monday June 15, 2020
*Depending on availability we may accept students after the deadline on a rolling basis*
There will be five modules that focus on interdisciplinary engineering fields for participants to explore throughout the camp. Each module spans two days.
During these modules, participants will engage with other participants, and our staff in the following ways:
In total, we are offering 17 hours of direct instruction
Choose Your Adventure
After the morning live class/workshop, participants can work at their own pace and desired interaction levels with the following options:
In total, we are offering 55 hours of available programming, independent project-work, and assistance
Every weekday evening, we offer optional engagement, networking, and social connectedness. Some activities may include:
In total, we are offering 18 hours of optional fun activities
*all times listed are in Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Student Ratios During the Program
During Live Class in the Mornings:
During Chose Your Adventure Time:
During YESS Program:
This two-week online engineering program will provide an opportunity to learn what engineers do in twelve different fields. Additionally, students will dive in to one major over the entire course of the camp during the Young Engineering Science Scholars Program (YESS) activities. In the application process, each student will rank their preferred major choice.
The UConn School of Engineering offers twelve programs leading to a Bachelor of Science in the fields of: