Would you like to experience a day as an engineer? If so, you’re in luck… E-week is for you!
Registration for the 2016 Engineers Week High School Program is now open! Registration will be done via our website, deadline is Feb. 12, 2016. http://www.oregonengineersweek.org/
The event will be held on Thursday, February 25, 2016 at the Double Tree Hotel, Lloyd Center, in Portland.
Registration Coordinator: Keith Miller
Keith.Miller@harrisgroup.com | Cell: 971-255-9081
We invite your school/organization to select ten sophomore or junior students, who may be interested in science, technology, engineering, math, or design careers, to attend this event. Each student will be sponsored by an engineer. Two teachers/counselors from your school/organization are also invited to attend. The event is free for students and teachers/counselors. We hope you will be part of this great event in 2016!
Camas High School has started an exciting Career Exploration program that enables partnerships between our school and business communities. Our After school Career Exploration (ACE) program allows students to participant in tours that:
– Acquaint students with local businesses and employment possibilities
– Provide students with a real-world context for what they are learning
– Spark career interests in our students
Our next tour will be at Underwriter Laboratories. Important information can be found below:
When: Thursday, January 21st.
Time: 2:10 p.m. – 5:30pm
What to Wear: Business Attire, Closed-toe shoes are a must.
Phone Policy: Cell phones may not be used during the tour and should remain in pockets or purses.
Pick up your permission slip from Miss. Walcott in the Career Center!
CamTech SkillsUSA Links Post
The individual projects link can only be accessed by
CHS students while logged into our local network at school.
Local Student Sharing Page
Individual Projects Link
2015 Projects PDF Link
2016 Dates and Deadlines Link
Leadership Hosts Link
Registration form Link
Technical Hosts Link
CEP Document Link
NOTICE: All CamTech Computer Science Seminar, 2nd Year Robotics, and any other teacher directed students, the following link will open the weekly project log form you’ve been instructed to locate and complete on a weekly bases in your given class.
For those folks who made it to parent information night here is the link to give us feedback. This link will remain open until the evening of Tuesday October 6th.
Link to our DRAFT CamTech Handbook. Please review and offer feedback on the same feedback form. https://goo.gl/Y9cgk6 …. This draft Handbook link will remain “live” until its next version re-write, expected to occur mid-October. If you are interested in participating in a DTF to study closely the Handbook, please email Ron Wright … at ronald.wright (at) camas.wednet.edu
Here are a few interesting dates you may want to visit the U of W in Seattle …
10/2 – Computer AI -vs- Ken Jennings in Quiz Bowl, live and local
12/5 Computing Open House
12/12 PSCSTA Programming Contest for MS and HS students in teams of 3
September 18, 2015
Just a quick reminder that our annual Information Night is coming up on September 24. 6pm to 8pm, free parking, Engineering & Computer Science Building. We would love to share information about our program with your interested students and parents. …
Have a great weekend,
Erin L. Harty
Assessment & Internship Program Coordinator
School of Engineering & Computer Science, VECS 201Y.C2
Washington State University Vancouver
14204 NE Salmon Creek Avenue
Vancouver, WA 98686
Phone: 360-546-9160 FAX: 360-546-9438
If you are in CamTech and a contributing member of Team Mean Machine and you are interested in school credit for you time spent at the shop and at competitions – let your team mentors know. We are working on a way to make this happen. 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th graders this year.
FRC Mean Machine Open House at our Liberty MS Clubhouse and Workshop, Monday evening 7pm, September 21.
The CamTech ASB club is forming around the previous CHS Tech Club. Be thinking of folks you want to nominate to lead us. Officers nominations in the third week of school. There are many activity, field trip, and competition decisions to be made early this fall. And we need to complete the process of becoming a chapter of SkillsUSA – many excellent opportunities abound once we are connected.