CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION CAMP
Did you ever wonder if the techniques that you see on shows like CSI are real?
Now you will have the opportunity to find out for yourself!
Dates for the CSI Camp 2012: June 24- June 29, 2012
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The purpose of this camp is to allow students interested in forensic science to obtain hands-on training from certified experts in various disciplines of forensic science. These students will interact with experts in a small group setting designed for question and answer sessions. The training provided will enhance the student's understanding of forensic topics as well as allow them to make valuable connections with professionals and fellow peers in the field.
Who can attend?
Students entering 11th grade, 12th grade, or Spring 2012 high school graduates are eligible to attend the camp.
What can I expect?
During the 6-day, 5-night CSI camp at Waynesburg University, you will study with experts in the fields of Crime Scene Investigation, Fingerprints, Blood Spatter, Trace Evidence, Expert Testimony, and other aspects of forensic science.
Schedule includes surveillance techniques, forensic canine presentation, wrongful convictions, and the role of forensic evidence in cases.
The registration fee is $600. Housing, meals, and expenses for materials used for the camp are included. At the time of registration, a $200 non-refundable deposit or the entire fee is required to hold your space. There will only be 50 spaces available.
What do I do after I register?
In order to hold your space at the CSI Camp, you must send a $200, non-refundable deposit to:
Waynesburg University, Admissions Office/CSI Camp
51 West College St.
Waynesburg, PA 15370
At the time of receipt of both the registration form (will not be available until after January 2012) and the deposit, you will receive a confirmation phone call notifying you of your confirmed space in the CSI Camp. The remainder of your fee should be submitted by May 7, 2012, to prevent your space from being granted to someone on the waiting list. The deposit is non-refundable.