Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

"SLICK" Science Summer Youth Camp

Salt Lake Community College, Taylorsville Campus
4600 Redwood Road, SLC 84123

The School of Science, Mathematics & Engineering each summer sponsors the Slick Science Camp for students entering sixth through ninth grades. They build and program remote-controlled vehicles and learn basic programming commands, physics, robotics, engineering, GPS and more. They use 3D printers to fabricate some components of their vehicles and learn about electricity and manufacturing techniques. On the final day, students demonstrate all they’ve learned by putting their cars through a designated course. There are three, one-week sessions offered each year.

Please contact Jan Rogers at 801-957-5181 / for more information. You can also register for the session of your choice.

Expanding Your Horizons (EYH)

Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) is a one-day event that encourages girls in grades 6-10 to explore their interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and provides positive female role models in STEM careers. We are hosting the seventh-annual SLCC EYH conference on Saturday, March 9th, at the South City Campus. Each year between 300 and 400 girls participate in hands-on workshops, interacted with female role models and explored a college campus.

February and March

SLCC Center for Arts & Media
1575 S. State Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84115

MATHCOUNTS is an annual math competition held in conjunction with the national MATHCOUNTS organization and hosted by SLCC’s mathematics department for students in grades 6th through 10th. There is a regional and state competition held annually – competitions are held on a Saturday. While competitions are held and run by SLCC staff, registration takes place in individual middle school and high schools.

Bytes of Brilliance

Salt Lake Community College, Taylorsville Campus
4600 Redwood Road, SLC 84123

SLCC’s Computer Sciences and Information Systems Division hosts Bytes of Brilliance, a four-day summer camp for girls ages 10–17. They learn to write computer code and create graphic animations. With their parents, they tour top technology facilities and receive awards, prizes and pizza.

Information for Bytes of Brilliance is announced in April or May of each calendar year. For more information, contact 801–957-5152.