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CCMS Science/Technology

International Space Station - CCMS Apprentice Program
Purpose: To prepare and train our future space engineers by providing them a mentor and hands-on experience with the space team
Program Coordinator: Ms. Mel Kuebler: HS Science teacher, CCS Science Department Lead, International Space Station Program Coordinator
Contact info: [email protected]
Who can join: Middle School Students
What you will do: Support our space team members by
  • Attending one or more Saturday meetings of your choice
  • Attending a weekly after-school class where you will work with your mentor(s) on program-specific projects
  • Creating circuits        
  • Writing code
  • 3D printing
  • Engineering prototypes
  • Marketing/Social Media
  • Materials / Chemical Awareness
What you will get from the program:
  • Assigned  high school student mentor to work with and learn from
  • Mentorship from STEAM staff members
  • Experience to be prepared to join the space program immediately upon entry to high school - no recommendations required!
  • Team T-shirt
  • Materials needed (soldering kits, circuit boards, etc.)
  • Exposure to industry professionals
  • Involvement in an exciting STEAM team community
  • Launch information/opportunity to view the launch with the team
Cost of the program: $125.00 per 5-week session. All proceeds go directly to the space team and materials used during the program.
Program dates: Four 5-week sessions from January 9th thru May 26th (20 weeks total)
  • Session 1: Jan 9 - Feb 3
  • Session 3: Mar 6 - Mar 31
  • Session 2: Feb 6 - Mar 3
  • Session 4: April 3 - May 5    
How to join: Fill out the Google Form by clicking the button below and you will be sent additional information