Lawrence Technological University will offer its first automotive design summer camp for high school juniors and seniors 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, June 25-29. The cost is $200, or $350 for students who live on campus for the week.
This camp is an opportunity for creative and talented students possessing drawing skills and a passion for styling cars in a highly competitive environment. Participants will be exposed to the design and development of concept cars resulting in ideation sketches and scale models. Professional demonstrations along with individual evaluations will be conducted.
The camp will be run by Vance Hanna and Keith Nagara, practicing automotive designers who are the co-directors of Lawrence Tech’s new bachelor of science degree program in transportation design.
“Top Camp” designers can receive scholarships for the transportation design degree program.