Project CASE STEM Camp, Big Sandy CTC, Pikeville, KY Video
View a video of STEM Camp activities happening at the Pikeville Campus of Big Sandy Community and Technical College with high school students from Shelby Valley, East Ridge, Belfry, and Pikeville Independent High Schools (3/2/18). Over 60 Students atteneded this Camp.
( 12 Students proudly display their certificates after a day of learning about I.T careers.)
Project CASE partners with high schools and community
technical colleges, as well as employers and workforce partners to provide
students with disabilities a day of hands-on learning. These events focus on
programs of study available through the Kentucky Community and Technical
College System, and align with the grant objectives of promoting STEM career
pathways within healthcare, information technology, and advanced manufacturing
Growing Numbers and Camps:
STEM Events 2017-2018
February 24th 2017- Computer Coding and Website Design, taught by employees of
software company Interapt, Big Sandy Community & Technical
College-Prestonsburg Campus. 25 students participated in this camp.
March 17, 2017 -Computer
Aided Drafting and catapult model building, taught by faculty at Big Sandy
Community & Technical College-Prestonsburg Campus. 25 students have
participated in this camp.
October 2017 Nursing/
Respiratory Therapy/Electrical/ Advanced Manufacturing/ Automotive/Graphic
Design/ Computer Aided Design/Information Technology, taught by faculty at Big
Sandy Community & Technical College-Mayo Campus. Over 150 students have
participated in Next Step Camp at the Mayo Campus.
November 9, 2017 Drone
Technology, new certificate program, taught by USA Drone Port staff and faculty
at Hazard Community & Technical College. 19 students participated in
November 9, 2017
Telemedicine, new certificate program, taught by faculty at Hazard Community
& Technical College. 18 students participated.
March 2, 2018 Next STEP Camp at Pikeville Community
& Technical College. College instructors provided hands-on learning
opportunities in the labs and classrooms of Nursing/ Respiratory Therapy/Electrical/ Advanced Manufacturing/
Automotive/Graphic Design/ Computer Aided Design/Information Technology 60
March 12-16 2018 Carl D Perkins Vocational Training Center Transition “Parties” included tours and
hands-on learning activities to give prospective students an understanding of
the careers they could prepare for through short-term training programs. Taught
by staff instructors, 198
April 17 2018 Multisession STEM Camp Construction, CAD Survey and
Drafting, Welding, Cosmetology, Drones taught by the college instructors and
current students. Students were able to
fly drones, via the state of the art simulators, designed graphics, and built
3D pen they were able to keep. 46 students participated in this camp.
July 10-12, 2018 University
Of Kentucky Healthcare Careers Summer Camp served 6 students. Students learned about healthcare topics from
researchers and practitioners, toured many areas of the campus, and met with
undergraduate students who shared their personal journey through UK. The camp
also included a thorough tour of the UK Hospital.
October 16, 2018
Multisession camp at HCTCS. Students
drove a “big rig” via a simulator, experienced welding close-up and learned about
tools and instruments used in
healthcare fields. 79 students
October 23, 2018
SCRUBS camp at Appalachian Regional
Medical Center, Prestonsburg. Students learned about scrubbing in and
gowning up for the ER, they practiced suturing techniques, viewed X-rays, and
learned how surgical tools are sterilized. They also heard from staff in the Radiology, Infection
Control, and Surgery departments.
12 students participated.
November 8, 2018
Telemedicine and Drones camp. USA Drone
Port staff instructed students on how to fly drones via simulators and Big Sandy Community & Technical
College, Hazard discussed current market growth in telemedicine. Students
viewed the technology used in telemedicine, and recorded blood pressures and
body temperatures. 26 students participated.
(Big Sandy instructor shows High School student (High School Students practice giving an injection to a
how to give an injection to a Manikin. ) Manikin. Student is dressed in scrubs.)
(student learns the technique for intubating an infant) ( High School student dressed in scrubs injects an
at Big Sandy Community and Technical College)
(High School student controls a robotic arm with a keypad (Big Sandy Community and Technical College instructor
at KCTCS. ) shows students a wiring system.)
(Two High School students piece together electical Controls)
(Student watching Instructor)
(Group picture of students holding their birdhouses) (High School Students learning how to make a birdhouse)
Project Case got to spend time with the PATH Program this summer 2018! The
campers participated in fun activities around teamwork, problem-solving, and
communication. This three-week camp for high school students with visual
impairments took place in Louisville at the Mcdowell Center.
(Project CASE staff pose with 6 PATH campers at the McDowell Center)
(3 PATH campers pose with Firefighter and truck ) (PATH campers locate Braille instructor Abby during scavenger hunt)
(Using balloons and tape to see which team can build the tallest “tower of air”)
View a video of STEM Camp activities happening at HCTC Tech camus in Hazard, KY. Students were able to gain hands on expereince while leanring about different career paths.
Project CASE STEM camp Video (Hazard KY)
"We get to experience new things, and learn about and jobs we never knew about"
(Owsley County High School Reverse Job Fair-
Student shows off her display 101 board)
Behind The Scenes Tour with VR staff at Big Sandy !