Thank you so much for making such an amazing experience possible through C-Tech^2 camp. I thoroughly enjoyed all the activities and learned so much. My time at C-Tech^2 not only helped me to understand so much about engineering but also about myself. I also loved the fact that during these two weeks I made more friends than I ever thought was possible in such a short span of time. 


C-Tech2 campers working in lab

I hope this e-mail finds you well. I really miss C-Tech^2! I made amazing friendships, learned so many things about engineering, have decided that I want to become an engineer, have decided that I want VT to teach me how to become one, and have started to learn how to professionally network. Those two weeks have truly changed the way I think and act. It was and still is a blessing! 


I cannot begin to express how grateful I am that I was able to attend C-Tech^2 this summer.  It was an amazing experience that helped me grow as an engineer.  Beyond being able to meet and talk to so many advisors and professors, I was able to meet so many new friends that I will continue to stay in touch with.  Being around so many girls who have the same passions and aspirations as I do was valuable to me.  The RAs, PAs, and staff were so welcoming and always made sure we were having fun.  I have only positive things to say about C-Tech^2 and I will always remember these past two weeks in such a positive way. 


Thank you so much for organizing and overseeing the Ctech^2 camp. I value the opportunity, and appreciate being selected for the program. I really enjoyed the camp, and I learned a lot about engineering. I also enjoyed getting a chance to build relationships with girls also interested in engineering, and having opportunities to network. I really liked the activities that we did during the day; they really opened my eyes to the world of engineering. I also loved the Blue Ridge parkway trip and the RA activities that took place at night. I found it very helpful that the camp showed us a wide variety of types of engineering in addition to showing us what life at Virginia Tech is like. It made me want to pursue a degree in engineering at Virginia Tech.