2017 Scrubs Camp
Marine Engine Technology: Small Block Engine Build
Tuesday, March 13 | 9:30-2:30 (Lunch included!)
In this short course we will have 5 groups of 3, each building a 5.7Ltr Chevrolet/MerCruiser inboard engine. By the end of the day each group will have completed the assembly and running of their engine. Topics will include proper installation and torque procedures, important sealing points of the engine, some basic performance tips when building an engine and how to install the distributor to get the engine to fire up right away. This will be a fun, fast paced course on building the one of the most popular engines of all time.
12 students max. First come, first served.
Health Sciences: Surgical Technology and Nursing
Tuesday, April 10th | 9:30-2pm (Lunch included!)
This surgical technology demonstration is aimed at explaining the surgical technology profession to students interested in working in the operating room.
During this session we will explore the various surgical specialty areas. We will identify personal protective equipment and have a brief overview and practice of surgical asepsis wearing a gown and glove. We will handle some basic surgical instruments, learn their names, what they are used for, and how to hand them correctly.
20 students max cap. First come, first served.
Architectural Drafting & Design
Thursday, April 12th | 9:30-2pm (Lunch included!)
M State would like to invite a select group of 11th and 12th grade students from your school to participate in our Bridges Workshop. Do you have some students who are interested in the exciting construction and design field? Are there students that you feel might enjoy working in this Field? Your students will have the opportunity to work alongside our current Architectural Design students, as we introduce them to CAD (AutoCAD), BIM (Revit) and blueprint reading.
M State's Architectural Drafting and Design program teaches the principles of residential and commercial building technology and equips students with the drafting skills to put these principles to work.
20 students cap. First come, first served!
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