Free STEM Summer Program with DRONES


Free STEM Summer Program with DRONES

ESPAÑOLA – Northern New Mexico College has announced a new Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Summer Program focused on aerial analysis with drones.

The program aims to enhance 8th-12th grade student’s skills of observation and interpretation of the physical and social world. To empower them to look more closely, ask more questions and to express their conclusions and feelings. Also to have fun! The programs follows a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics based process from physical world, observation, and data collection to interpretation.

Using a drone equipped with a 360 degree 4K camera, students will explore sites in New Mexico. The program will explain to students how triangulation is the foundation of GPS technology and will use aerial surveys to create maps of the site. 

The program runs from July 13 – July 23, Monday thru Thursday at Northern New Mexico College located at 921 Paseo de Onate in Española. 

Weekly Schedule is as follows:

Monday: 9am-3pm with Lunch from 12pm-1pm

Tuesday: 9am-11am

Wednesday:9am-3pm with Lunch from 12pm-1pm

Thursday: 9am-11am

For more information or to sign up, please contact NRG STEM Col-Lab Coordinator Sandy Sanchez at or 505-747-2182