The Webb Institute Summer Engineering Academy (SEA) is designed to introduce middle and high school students to the field of engineering through classroom learning, challenging team oriented hands-on activities, and a local field trip to an engineering-related site.
Registration for the 2017 Summer Engineering Academy is now closed.
Summer Engineering Academy Details
Session 1: July 5 – July 14
Duration: 8 days
7th to 11th grade
Introduce middle and high school students the the field of engineering and design through classroom learning and challenging team oriented hands-on laboratory activities and projects.
Classroom lectures, hands-on laboratory activities, hands-on design-build-test experiences, local field trip to an engineering related site. Program participant must be able to function in laboratory environments, and safely use hand and power tools under supervision.
Session 1: $1,100
- Sibling Discount is $100.00
Meal Plan (Optional): $60.00/session
Early Drop Off (Optional): $120.00/session
Late Pick-Up (Optional): $120.00/session
Option plan payments due by the start of the session
Payment can be made by cash, check, or credit card.
*Please note that this is a daily program and on-campus housing is not available for those interested from outside of the New York area.
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7th – 11th Graders (7-9th Group, 10-11th Group)
Maximum 20 students per session.
As a result of the seasonal nature of the program, the commitment to staff, and the limited space for participants, no refund shall be provided for changes, withdrawals, or dismissal for cause. A 5-day deductible tuition refund is in effect for absence due to illness. Refunds will be made only after 5 consecutive days of absence. This must be verified in writing by a physician. No refunds will be made for any non-consecutive absences.
Transportation is not provided by the program.
Program participants must be signed in and out of the program each day. Program participants will be under the supervision of Program Instructors at all times. Program staff are trained in first aid and the use of AEDs. In the event of emergencies the services of the Glen Cove Police, Fire, and EMS will be used.
For the general welfare of all of the program participants and staff, Webb Institute reserves the unrestricted right to dismiss any participant whose conduct or influence, in the opinion of the director, is detrimental to the program or the health and safety of any of the program participants or staff.