To provide middle school students of color with activities, field trips, and skills in the Arts and S.T.E.M. fields, necessary to be productive citizens in
the 21st century workforce.
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Cost: Free ** Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Breakfast, lunch, and
afternoon snack provided.
July 6th - July 8th
July 10th - July 14th
July 17th - 21nd
July 24th - 28th
9am - 3pm each day
Location: Chapel of the Cross
304 E Franklin Street
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 Cost: Free
What happens at E3 Camp?
Students will be exposed to the work (current and historical) of black scientists, inventors, and artists through hands-on experiences of electricity, solar power, coding, forensics, poetry/spoken word, engineering design, math, music, aerodynamics, and videography that engage curiosity, observation and imagination. We explore science/technology on a local level through the variety of ways they’re used by community workers.
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Anissa McLendon's highlighted in the Annual Women's Issue of the Chapel Hill Magazine. Check out page 88 on the online issue!
The Local Reporter's Article about Anissa McLendon's work to close the achievement gap for black students
Summary Booklets of Past E3 Camps
2020 Thank you letter
E3 Camp Amazon Registry
How to Register for E3 Camp:
Open registration starts March 27th for E3 Camp. Please read over the materials. Your child will need to be committed to ALL or at least 15 days of camps. Filled camp application and harmless form as soon as possible send back via email (email@example.com).
A confirmation email will be sent by April 27th. Thanks for considering. Anissa
2023 E3 Camp Registration is closed.
Please click the link below to read this letter before the first day of camp.