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Fernbank Science Center

Fernbank Science Center

Aviation Camp

Lockheed Martin Aviation Camp

Get ready for takeoff at the 2020 Lockheed Martin Aviation Camp! A week-long STEM based camp that provides hands-on aviation experience for rising 4th through 6th grade students. The camp is packed with activities that help future aviator’s understand science, mathematics, engineering, and technology. More importantly, it will cultivate students’ sense of wonder, imagination and creativity. Students will be exposed to careers in aviation through several field trips to airports and other aviation facilities, including component testing and assembly. The culminating experience will be a team build-off competition, in which the students will be challenged to build and fly an aircraft of their own design. Engineers from Lockheed Martin Aviation will mentor the teams.

Location: Fernbank Science Center
Dates: June 15-19 and June 22-26, 2020
Cost: $200 per camper

Apply Online and Pay by Credit Card

To apply online and pay by credit card, click the online appliction button below and fill out the information.  After completing the application, download the Credit Card Authorization Form.  Complete the form and fax it to 678-874-7110 or email the form to audrey_poole@dekalbschoolsga.org within 24 hours of completing the online application.

Apply by Mail and Pay by Check

To apply by mail, download the application from the button below.  Complete the application and include a check made out to Fernbank Science Center.  Mail the completed application and check to:

Fernbank Science Center
ATTN: Audrey Poole
156 Heaton Park Drive
Atlanta, GA 30307

Application Deadline is May 29, 2020

Scholarships

Thanks to Lockheed Martin, a number of full and partial scholarships are available. To apply for a scholarship please submit the following items (all must be received by May 2, 2020):

- Completed Registration Form;

- Letter requesting the amount of the scholarship;

- Letter of recommendation (on letterhead) from a teacher, youth group leader, minister, etc. explaining why the student would benefit from the camp;

- Letter (on school letterhead) for the student's home school stating that the child qualifies for the free and reduced lunch program.