Typical Energy Day Breakdown:
8am-9am: Breakfast at North Dining Hall
9am-12pm: 2 Energy Events
12pm-2pm: Lunch with Camp Counsellors, Break
2pm-6pm: 2 Energy Events
8pm-10pm: Evening Activity
The first week of the camp will be in depth focus on their chosen field of energy: mechanical, thermoelectric, solar, or bioprocesses. The second week the students will be broken up into multidisciplinary teams to build mini-grids based on the expertise they acquired the previous week.
The evening activities available include movie nights, video games, rock climbing, bowling, swimming, volleyball, basketball, capture the flag, and tennis. The students will be able to choose every evening which activity they would prefer at University of Notre Dame just as if they were college students themselves with college camp counselors.
On the weekends, the scholars will also be able to participate in a range of other activities including (but not limited to): visiting the University Park Mall, bowling, iceskating in Compton Ice Arena, touring Notre Dame’s campus, and playing ultimate frisbee.