L.E.T.T.I.E. is designed for Hispanic girls entering grades 6-10. The camp helps participants see career options in various Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) programs.
L.E.T.T.I.E.'s five-day camp offers academic improvement, career exploration, and personal enrichment in order to close the achievement gap between Hispanic girls and their peers. L.E.T.T.I.E. camp gives these girls and their parents the necessary information, knowledge, and confidence to envision college after high school. Participants' families are invited to participate in the full program, which includes tours of the college, sessions on financial aid, and a graduation ceremony that recognizes the students' efforts.
Date: June 19-23
Time: 12:30-4:30 p.m.
Location: Appleton Main Campus – Room HS301 (use entrance 16)
Please note: This camp is made possible at no charge to families, thanks to DPI grant funding. In order for this camp to qualify for DPI grant funding, additional paperwork is required from each family after submitting the initial registration. This information will be emailed to families and must be submitted prior to children attending camp. Please watch your email for additional information.