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MichiganEngineering Summer Engineering Academy (SEA)

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The Summer Engineering Academy (SEA) is a carefully structured series of enrichment programs that introduce middle school, high school and early college students to the disciplines, challenges and career opportunities of engineering. Beginning in grade 7, students are eligible to attend intensive summer sessions on the Michigan Engineering campus in Ann Arbor. Here, they learn about engineering from U-M faculty, solve challenging problems through team-building activities, and strengthen their skills in mathematics, computers, science, and communication. The Academy is comprised of six separate levels, each designed to meet the learning needs of specific age groups:

  • Levels I/II for Grades 8-9 - Summer Enrichment Program (SEP)
  • Level III for Grades 10-11 - Michigan Introduction to Technology and Engineering (MITE)
  • Level V for Grade 12 - Summer College Engineering Exposure Program (SCEEP)
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