Free space camp being offered to students
HOUSTON -- The Harris Foundation and ExxonMobil are teaming up to provide some free summer space camps for middle school aged children.
The camps are held at universities around the country. They are part of a free academic program of The Harris Foundation and ExxonMobil, which takes an active role in shaping education in students entering grades six, seven, and eight.
Former Astronaut Dr. Bernard Harris, the first African-American to walk in space, and the ExxonMobil Foundation are working together to increase the interest in current middle and high school students in science, technology, engineering and math to help America meet the need for expertise in those fields in the future.
To find out more about the program call the ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp at 713-877-1731.
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