EcoLogik Summer Program - Registration Open!


Attention Educators and Community Partners!

Cabrillo National Monument's Science Education Team is excited to announce that they have opened registration for their EcoLogik Summer Experience. In their second year, Cabrillo will be holding two camps for young women in science (ages 9-16) this summer will be focused on the fusion of nature and technology. In partnership with the San Diego Central Library and Treobytes, EcoLogik will cover topics from 3D printing to natural resource monitoring!

Check-out The EcoLogik Project Website

The main goal of EcoLogik is to provide a platform for underrepresented young ladies to engage in science in a real and meaningful way. This program is free to students who can commit to full attendance. Transportation and Food are provided.

Help spread the word to the students you think would be a good fit for this program (flier attached). Thank-you for your commitment to our community and increasing science literacy.

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