Take part in our free, two week summer engineering program where you will be able to design and build a custom audio FX sound board and enclosure. Learn about the different fields of engineering, education planning and much more! Get ahead of the curve by joining the Engineering Summer Cohort (ESC) at Mt. SAC!
Program: August 8th-18th (Monday through Thursday - 10:00 am to 12:00 pm).
Location: Mt. SAC Campus (exact rooms TBD, but will include the Mountie Makerspace)
One-on-one advising (obtain a course plan/schedule and a specialized STEM counselor for the rest of your time at Mt. SAC)--Jason Hayward
Develop industry based skills
Expand your resume
Meet new people and make connections
Create an audio FX sound board with engineering Prof. Brandon Saller
Message For Students Who Do Not Meet Eligibilty:
If you do not meet the eligibility criteria below, don’t worry! We still want to see you at Mt. SAC and you are still a valuable addition to our department. Either way, please still contact Prof. Saller @ firstname.lastname@example.org to check for availability as we may be able to squeeze you in. At the moment, our Engineering Summer Cohort (ESC) program is in its second year and therefore spots are limited. If you have the desire, dream or are curious about engineering, we highly recommend enrolling in our Fall 2021 ENGR 1: Introduction to Engineering course. We will help you outline your career and educational goals and get you right into project-based learning. Thanks for considering our program!
Currently a high school senior who will be entering their 1
year at Mt. SAC.
Completion of at least trigonometry (Mathetmatics - Math 150).
Minimum cumulative high school GPA of 2.5.
Available for synchronous, real-time intruction during the full class-time period for two weeks.
Desire to potentially be an engineer and learn more about the engineering educational path.
Enrolled in a Physics/Engineering class for the Fall Semester at Mt. SAC (this will allow you to take advantage of IT resources/laptop loan, receive $$$, etc.).
How to Apply:
Please read and follow all directions carefully. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered.
Completely fill out all application sections.
Ensure all the required information is provided including.
Unofficial High School Transcript
At least one Letter of Recommendation
Applications must be submitted no later than Friday
, July 22nd, 2022.
Only applications submitted by this deadline are assured full consideration.
Students will be notified of status of acceptance by Tuesday
, July 26th, 2022
Applications submitted earlier may be notified of a decision earlier, so it is beneficial to submit an application as early as possible if interested.
Please email either professor if you have any questions and/or concerns.
Dr. Brandon Saller email: email@example.com
Jason Hayward email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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