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Chester, Pa. (November 7, 2016) — Aspiring engineers are encouraged to get a glimpse into their futures at Widener University’s Engineering Mini-Camp. In just one day, participants will design a bridge, launch a rocket, explore computer modeling and better the environment through hands-on laboratories simulating life as a Widener engineering student.

Open to all high school students, the Engineering Mini-Camp will run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, November 11 at Widener’s Kirkbride Hall.

Over 100 participants will have opportunities to interact with School of Engineering faculty and students in addition to engineering professionals. Topics of discussion will range from the different specialties within the engineering field to career options and salary expectations.

An optional parent program will run simultaneously to address the topics of admissions and financial aid.

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