GCC offers high school sustainable technologies clinic

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GCC offers high school sustainable technologies clinic

by: Guam Community College | .
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published: December 01, 2015

Guam Community College is offering an exciting Sustainable Technologies Clinic over Christmas break for high school students 15-17 years old. Students will design and build marine robotics and compete with other teams. They’ll assemble small-scale solar and wind energy systems. They’ll learn about renewable energy and other sustainable technologies, and how these technologies can help our island and the planet to be more sustainable.

The cost for the six-day clinic, which will include a light breakfast and lunch, and sustainable technology equipment such as robotics, solar panels, and other exciting hands-on technology, is $200. Twenty slots at the clinic are being reserved for College Access Challenge Grant Program students. Register by Friday, December 11th.

Clinic information is as follows:
Dates: Dec. 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, & 30
GCC Student Center Training Room (Rm. 5108)
Cost: $200 per person (breakfast & lunch included
 
To register, contact Francisco "Kiko" Palacios at francisco.palacios1@guamcc.edu or call 735-5501/777-8087.
 
For more information, log onto www.guamcc.edu under Events, or check the Guam Community College Facebook page.

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