The Summer Biomedical Engineering Experience (SBEE)

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Push your creativity, teamwork, and problem solving skills in this fun and engaging college level program!

The Summer Biomedical Electronics Experience is a two-week program designed to provide high school students with the knowledge and skills needed to make an informed decision about a career in the growing field of biomedical engineering. Students can expect full immersion in an academic biomedical engineering environment surrounded by peers, instructors, and researchers. Hands-on activities and guided instruction will give a clear understanding of the fundamentals of this exciting field.

$850 tuition – contact the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas for information about any scholarships or discounts.

Curriculum Includes:
  • Engineering Project Management
  • Electronic Sensor Design and Calibration
  • Biopotential Signals of the Human Body
  • Microcontroller Programming
  • Electro-mechanical Control Systems
  • Mechanical Computer Aided Design (CAD)
  • 3D Printing Technologies
  • And Much More!

Space is very limited. See session details below!

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M – F   •   July 7 – July 19   •   9am to 4pm
Female applicants only. Discount available for active Girl Scouts.

6010 Whispering Cedars Drive, Dallas, TX 75236

This is a residential camp. Contact GSNETX for details.

Apply for SBEE 2019

Applications are being accepted until July 1st, 2019. However, space is very limited and is likely to fill far in advance of that deadline. Submit your application materials early to secure your seat!

Applications are received by the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas through an application portal provided by Girl Scouts USA. For more details and to complete your registration, please click the button below.

To request financial aid, please visit this link.