Local high school students in the Ulju county region had time to explore a future career in engineering and science, and other STEM professions at UNIST.
UNIST Leadership Center held the ‘5th Ulju County Hi-Leader Camp‘ for three days from July 5 to 7, 2021. A total of 76 first-year high school students in the Ulju County region participated in the event, which was held in the form of a project-based learning camp.
The camp consists of 15 major-specific experimental projects, as well as special lectures on STEM career exploration. Students developed their interests by participating in various experiments and career counseling programs, and learning how to effectively study in college, and designing their future careers.
These students also had the opportunity to meet with university mentors, who are currently enrolled at UNIST, to discuss their academic progress and career perspectives with them.
Meanwhile, since 2017, Ulju County and UNIST have been conducting this three-day Hi-Leader Camp for local high school students who wish to pursue a career in science and engineering.