STEM camps held at Fayette campus

Chevron STEM campus students.

Students participating in week two of the Chevron STEM camps at Penn State Fayette are, front row, from left: Abigail Cloutier, Marissa Pritts, Brianna Pritts, Garrett Pritts and Brianna Rychtarsky. Seated in the middle row, from left, are: Isabell Kudyba, Erin Trainer, Haleigh Shultz, Haley Miller, Macie Nance and Erin Rychtarsky. Seated in the back row, from left, are: David Stephenson, Luke Smearcheck, James Brown, Hunter Craig, James Baur, Caleb Skirpan and Michael Cavanagh. Standing are instructors Bernadette Trainer, Lynne Roy and Theresa Frick, along with Joseph Segilia, director of outreach and continuing education.

Credit: Penn State

LEMONT FURNACE, Pa. — Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus hosted two groups of local high school students for STEM career exploration camps in July. Held in partnership with Chevron, these weeklong camps featured hands-on educational programming focused on the practical application of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in everyday life. Students had the opportunity to collaborate on academic exploration with Penn State Fayette faculty and industry professionals in project-based activities that fostered creativity, problem-solving, and critical thinking.

Local high school students who attended the first of two Chevron STEM career exploration camps held in July at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus.
Credit: Penn State