• Feb 24, 2018 6:00 pm
  • 10:29 mins

There’s the saying: “Work’s more fun when it’s done with more than one!” This insight just happens to be a fundamental premise for most any learning camp devised for children. Today Rachel introduces us to Dr. Aaron Hawkins, professor in the BYU Electrical Engineering Department, who directs one such learning camp. He’s the founder/director of the BYU Chip Camp, offered to students in the 7th and 8th grades. Kids at Chip Camp dive into the field of Engineering, Electronics, and Circuitry participating in a special project done in teams. Sometimes their experience at Chip Camp inspires future career choices.

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