Students spend the week working in teams, conducting authentic laboratory experiments aligned with “in the field” studies, and hearing from keynote speakers. Field visits to the wetlands and water/waste water public agencies contribute to information used to create a public service announcement to be shared with a panel of industry representatives. Aspects of Environmental Engineering are emphasized throughout the camp.
Please carefully read the following registration information.
Register with Diablo Valley College AFTER APRIL 1 to get a student ID. You MUST have a student ID number to proceed with the registration process, and it is required for this camp.
If you are already enrolled at DVC and have a valid student ID number, you may skip this step.
After completing the DVC registration process (it can take 24 hours for you to get your student ID number), return to this page and click on the link below which will take you to the online registration. PLEASE NOTE: A number assigned to you that starts with three letters is NOT your student ID number. You will need to wait for the email to come with your ID number. It will be ALL numbers, and no letters.
After completing your registration with DVC and receiving your student ID, register for the camp.
NOTE: The location for this camp is CSU East Bay, Concord, 4700 Ygnacio Valley Rd., Concord
Bay Area LEEDS Summer Camp Questions:
Please contact Janice Fujii at email@example.com (e-mail preferred) or call 925-890-2624.
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