Camp Features - University at Buffalo, NY
The National Summer Transportation Institute is a free, one-week non-residential program for high school students (rising 9th-12th graders) where they can learn about transportation engineering through awesome hands-on activities and group programs. Minority and underrepresented students are especially encouraged to apply.
Students participate in discussions, hands-on design competitions, and trips to study local and regional transportation hot spots. They also spend time with industry role models and a diverse group of students.
Transportation Camp scholarship funding for this year's program is provided by the Federal Highway Administration through New York State Department of Transportation.
Activities typically include:
Tour the regional traffic operation center and transit authority in Greater Niagara Falls and Buffalo region
Tour of Buffalo International Airport and Air Control Tower
Cruise along Erie Canal in Lockport
Demo of Olli - the Self-Driving Shuttle
Tour of the UB Motion Simulation Lab
Spend time with professionals from transportation authorities and industry
Projects focused on bridge design, railroad networking, and air transportation
Leadership and communication training
College preparation and learning about the admissions process
I have listed the the Direct Link to the application below;