The EcoLogik Project is a unique fusion of ecology, nature, and technology; EcoLogik connects the next generation of science stewards to the natural resources and science at Cabrillo National Monument. In collaboration with the San Diego Downtown Library’s Innovation Lab and the non-profit Treobytes, this multidisciplinary approach fosters a learning platform making technology more accessible to students while inspiring them to choose careers in STEM fields. The goal of the EcoLogik Project is to provide education tools and context empowering the 21st century of park stewards in meaningful and relevant ways with science.
August 3-14, 2020
EcoLogik is a free 2-week STEM summer day camp for underrepresented female and female identifying youth, ages 9 – 16. This unique program fuses ecology and technology to connect youth to the natural resources and science of America’s National Parks. Registration for this free adventure opens on Monday, April 6th – there are 30 slots available, and they will fill up fast, so don’t delay!
Where: Cabrillo National Monument and SD Central Library
When: August 3rd – 14th (excepting the 8th and 9th) with the student exhibition on August 15th
Registration Opens on Monday, April 6th at 12:00 PM! Don’t miss it!