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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Keeping children busy is key to keeping them out of trouble. Here’s a free program, that will do just that.

Multiple organizations are teaming up to offer a “STEM camp” for Memphis high school students.

Students will get the chance to explore science, technology, engineering and math.

There are four different camps, all at different libraries across the area.

To register, go to the Memphis Public Library website, email (subject line: AutoZone STEM Camp) or call (901) 415-2700.

Applications are due June 10.