Chip Camp is an opportunity for students entering the eighth and ninth grades to get hands on experience regarding electrical, and other types of Engineering. Brigham Young University's IMMERSE program has teamed up with Micron and IMFlash in order to help kids have the chance to participate in activities like Circuit Building, Rocket Launching, Chemical Deposition, and even program and customize their own LED Frisbee. Additionally, students are given a tour of BYU's C
leanroom as well as taught the basic process that go into making Computer and Memory Chips (hence, Chip Camp!). By the end of Chip Camp, we hope to be able to impress upon the students the importance of engineering within our society, as well as give them the chance to work on Engineering Projects of their own.