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Clark State Community College offers Engineering Innovation, a youth STEM outreach program created by Johns Hopkins University’s Whiting School of Engineering. The Johns Hopkins University program is free and open to students who attend high school in Ohio. 

Engineering Innovation (EI) is an intensive four-week summer course that offers students in grades 9-12 rigorous opportunities to think and problem solve like an engineer. Engineering Innovation involves research, labs, quizzes, writing assignments and a final exam. Students who complete the course and earn an A or B on lab and final exams will be awarded three Johns Hopkins University credits. Engineering Innovation also amounts to 240 internship hours for students interested in accumulating such experience.

Engineering Innovation takes place annually during June and July on Clark State's Leffel Lane campus. Classes in 2019 will run June 24-July 19.

Scholarship
Applications are being accepted into Engineering Innovation program at Clark State will be free, however space is limited. If interested in applying, you will need to contact STEM programming manager to waive associated fees.

College Credits and Internship
Students who complete the course and earn an A or B on lab and final exams will be awarded three Johns Hopkins University credits. Engineering Innovation also amounts to 240 internship hours for students interested in accumulating such experience.

Apply to Engineering Innovation
The application for Engineering Innovation is available online now. Once 24 students have been accepted, the application will close. Apply Now! 

Students with applications meeting requirements will be notified within 2-3 weeks after application submission by a representative of Johns Hopkins University.

Transportation to Campus
The parent or guardian, or student if permitted to legally drive, is responsible for transportation of the student to and from the campus. The student is expected to arrive at the classroom no more than ten minutes before the stated class start time.

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