Arizona Camps

The following camp directory lists some of the summer camps for K-12 students in engineering throughout the United States and Canada that are and were previously offered. The directory lists camps that have been hosted by Universities and research centers in the past. Please note that all camps may not be offered every year and that new camps and programs are currently being added. Old or unsuccessful programs are always being eliminated or modified. A substantial number of programs specifically target minorities, women, and other groups traditionally underrepresented in the sciences. The programs offered change frequently, and this database is not comprehensive. This is only meant to be a guide to aid your search for engineering education preparation tools. Many of the programs offer scholarships and may have application deadlines as early as January. If you are interested in a program, please email, call or write the organization listed for an application and the most current information available.


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Arizona State University
Camp Solaris Prime: Colonize a Planet with Renewable Energy Sources
Program Description: Your mission: Colonize the planet Solaris Prime using only renewable energy sources. In this project-based program, students learn the importance of developing renewable technologies while designing and creating an orbital descent vehicle, a solar-powered rover, a hydro-power plant, a wind turbine and a solar oven.
Target Group: Students entering 5th-8th grades
Application Fee: $250; scholarships available
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/camp-solaris-prime/


Arizona State University
Using 3D Imaging Technology for Change Detection of Buildings, Bridges, and Job Sites
Program Description: This camp will offer hands-on experiences of using a 3D laser scanner (like a 3D camera), 3D imageries of bridges/buildings and job sites for students to explore 3D imageries for understanding spatial changes of bridges, building facilities, and job sites. We have designed a 3-6 hour educational module for high school kids who are interested in imaging and civil engineering. That education module has two parts: 1) 2-3 hours of indoor introduction about 3D laser scanning and change analysis of buildings and bridges; 2) 1-3 hours of outdoor experiments with the laser scanner for imaging CAVC building on campus, and students compete with each other about the image quality and data collection time.
Target Group: Students entering 9th-12th grades
Application Fee: no cost
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 9:00 AM-3:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/using-3d-imaging-technology-for-change-detection-of-buildings-bridges-and-job-sites/


Arizona State University
Logic and Leadership Academy
Program Description:  The Logic & Leadership program teaches students successful principles from the most licensed engineering leadership technology out of Arizona State University. It is currently being taught in the Fulton graduate program and Barrett Honors College [#1 Honors College in the world]. In order to expose bright and hardworking high school students to advanced leadership college curriculum, the Leadership Society of Arizona has condensed it into an intense 1-week long leadership course. The technology students will be learning is based off a 24-year global research effort in the delivery of professional services, which has been found to increase efficiency up to 40% and cut cost by 10-30%.
Target Group: Students entering 9th-12th grades
Application Fee: $250
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 9:00 AM-2:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/2017-logic-and-leadership-academy/


Arizona State University
Get with the Program: Intermediate Coding
Program Description: Allow your student to expand upon their programming skills gained from Intro to Coding! This camp will further help children understand how technology works while teaching problem-solving, design and math skills valuable for creating games, engineering projects and master works of art. Intermediate Coding will focus on Python, with a few Scratch projects at a higher difficulty level than in the introductory camp. Pre-requisites: It is desired that participants will have taken Intro to Coding in a previous year. It is required that participants have strong typing skills and a basic understanding of computer programming languages such as Scratch. 
Target Group: Students entering 5th-7th grades
Application Fee: $250; scholarships available
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/2017-get-with-the-program-intermediate-coding/


Arizona State University
Get with the Program: Introduction to Coding
Program Description: Basic programming skills help children understand how technology works while teaching problem-solving, design and math skills valuable for creating games, engineering projects and master works of art. Whether your student’s long-term interest is game design or creating lifesaving biomedical devices, this camp offers beginners a fun, basic understanding of coding and how early introduction to computer science is an investment in the future.

Target Group: Students entering 4th-6th grades
Application Fee: $250; scholarships available
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/2016-get-with-the-program-coding-camp/


Arizona State University
To the Moon, Mars, and Beyond!
Program Description: Explore space for real! Join our team of scientists and engineers in the ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration as we explore missions, spacecraft and instruments used to find the largest canyons, deepest craters, and the highest volcanoes in our Solar System! Learn about past, current and future NASA missions as we visit science operations centers on ASU’s Tempe campus while designing and building your own spacecraft for a mission to a planetary body!
Target Group: Students entering 6th-8th grades
Application Fee: $250
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 9:00 AM-12:30 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/to-the-moon-mars-and-beyond/


Arizona State University
Physics in Motion: It Matters!
Program Description: This physics camp offers a science-packed week investigating the forces behind roller coasters, space travel and aerodynamics. You’ll collect and analyze data through hands-on projects that explore subjects like mass, velocity, gravitational acceleration, refraction and diffraction of light, the magnetic deflection of electrons and structural design.
Target Group: Students entering 6th-8th grades
Application Fee: $250; scholarships available
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/fun-with-physics/


Arizona State University
Solar Energy Camp
Program Description: ASU’s solar portfolio is the largest of any university in the U.S., making it the perfect location learn the basics of solar energy. You’ll get hands-on access to solar energy projects, learn how solar is integrated into the power supply, and tackle some troubleshooting challenges.
Target Group: Students entering 9th-12th grades
Application Fee: $200
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/2016-solar-energy/


Arizona State University
Ultimate Technology Bootcamp
Program Description: Do you have what it takes to spend 10 days hacking technology at ASU’s poly campus? Learn from award-winning faculty and instructors how to create mobile apps, develop cutting-edge games, design and build robots, and more. Work together in teams to learn design, development and content integration for gaming and app software. The camp is completely residential and tuition includes camp fees, room and board and exciting site visits.
Target Group: Students entering 9th-12th grades
Application Fee: $1,800
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/ultimate-technology-bootcamp/


Arizona State University
The Art of Invention: Chain Reaction STEAM Machines for High Schoolers
Program Description: This is exciting hands-on camp, students will be introduced to the engineering design process while they learn and use basic science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) concepts like simple machines, electric circuits, Arduino micro controller programming, music, and storytelling. The project-based approach will emphasize problem identification, brainstorming, problem solving, rapid prototyping, teamwork, and communication. The camp will culminate with the design and construction of giant thematic Rube Goldberg-style chain-reaction machine!
Target Group: Students entering 9th-12th grades
Application Fee: $300
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/2017-the-art-of-invention-chain-reaction-steam-machines-for-high-schoolers/


Arizona State University
The Art of Invention: Chain-Reaction STEAM Machines for Middle Schoolers
Program Description: This is exciting hands-on camp, students will be introduced to the engineering design process while they learn and use basic science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) concepts like simple machines, electric circuits, Arduino micro controller programming, music, and storytelling. The project-based approach will emphasize problem identification, brainstorming, problem solving, rapid prototyping, teamwork, and communication. The camp will culminate with the design and construction of giant thematic Rube Goldberg-style chain-reaction machine!
Target Group: Students entering 6th-8th grades
Application Fee: $300
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/2017-the-art-of-invention-chain-reaction-steam-machines-for-middle-schoolers/


Arizona State University
The Art of Invention: Design Thinking & Creative Problem Solving for Middle Schoolers
Program Description: How are inventions created? This session will introduce you to the steps that inventors and engineering designers use to imagine, create and quickly prototype innovative solutions to everyday problems. The hands-on approach emphasizes approaches to problem identification and problem solving, along with use of tools like need finding and empathy, brainstorming, synthesis, rapid prototyping, and visual communication. Your team will create and present an invention.
Target Group: Students entering 6th-9th grades
Application Fee: $300
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily,9 :00 AM-4:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/innovation-creative-problem-solving-through-design-thinking/


Arizona State University
The Art of Invention: Design Thinking and Creative Problem Solving for High Schoolers
Program Description: Students can create, tinker and imagine new ideas in unique week-long summer sessions. Students are introduced to building and prototyping from low-fidelity to using rapid prototyping tools (including limited use of an electronic paper cutter and a 3D printer) to make their ideas real. Hands-on learning offers students the chance to learn new making and building skills.
Target Group: Students entering 9th-12th grades
Application Fee: $300
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily,9 :00 AM-4:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/the-art-of-invention-design-thinking-and-creative-problem-solving/


Arizona State University
7UP Robotics Camp
Program Description: You’ll begin to learn virtual world programming using the Alice 3D programming environment for animation, movie and game development. Then, you’ll design and construct robots, learn EV3 robotics programming, and participate in a robotics challenge similar to FIRST Lego League (FLL) Robotics Competition.
Target Group: Students entering 7th-8th grades
Application Fee: $600
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 8:15 AM-5:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/asu-summer-7up-robotcamp/


Arizona State University
9UP Robotics Camp
Program Description: In this camp, you’ll learn robot construction, Visual Programming Language, C# programming, Web programming in Service-Oriented Computing, Phone app programming, and a robotics challenge. The camp is led by Professor Yinong Chen, a computing and robotics expert and ASU Robotics Team advisor, and his teaching assistants. 
Target Group: Students entering 9th-12th grades
Application Fee: $600
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 8:15 AM-5:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/asu-summer-9up-robotcamp/


Arizona State University
App Camp for Girls
Program Description: At App Camp For Girls, your creative powers are put to work designing and building apps while learning more about the business of software development — including building your own app from start-to-finish in one week. The camp, led by inspirational women in the field, addresses gender imbalance in technology professions and inspires middle-school-aged girls to pursue tech educations and careers. A broad introduction to the process of app development is provided. You’ll brainstorm design ideas, then build and market your app. App Camp For Girls also serves as a place for women in the tech community to network and provide support as they advance in the field of software development. Our volunteers are encouraged and supported to continue their own educations in programming and design.
Target Group: Students entering 8th-9th grades
Application Fee: $400
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/1382/


Arizona State University
Middle School Game Camp
Program Description: Game Camp is a unique, hands-on opportunity for middle-school students to learn intensive video game creation, visualization and production. You will use the latest software, hardware and development tools to create concepts and prototypes for 2-D video gaming. Hosted by the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, student-to-instructor ratios are very low in game camp. Professor Yoshihiro Kobayashi and a team of one TA for every 6-7 students creates a focused, individual experience.
Target Group: Students entering 7th-9th grades
Application Fee: $650
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 8:30 AM-4:30 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/middle-school-game-camp/


Arizona State University
High School Game Camp
Program Description: Game Camp is a unique, hands-on opportunity for high-school students to learn intensive video game creation, visualization and production. You will use the latest software, hardware and development tools to create concepts and prototypes for 2- and 3-D video gaming. Hosted by the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, student-to-instructor ratios are very low in game camp. Professor Yoshihiro Kobayashi and a team of one TA for every 6-7 students creates a focused, individual experience. 
Target Group: Students entering 9th-12th grades
Application Fee: $650
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 8:30 AM-4:30 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/high-school-game-camp/


Arizona State University
Innovation: Introduction to Making and Tinkering for Middle Schoolers
Program Description: Students can create, tinker and imagine new ideas in unique week-long summer sessions. Students learn to be introduced to building and prototyping from low-fidelity to using rapid prototyping tools (including limited use of an electronic paper cutter and a 3D printer) to make their ideas real. Hands-on learning offers students the chance to learn new making and building skills.
Target Group: Students entering 6th-8th grades
Application Fee: $300
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/innovation-introduction-to-making-and-tinkering/


Arizona State University
Innovation: Introduction to Making and Tinkering for High Schoolers
Program Description: Create, tinker and imagine new ideas in a unique, week-long summer session. You’ll get hands-on experience building and prototyping from low-fidelity to using rapid prototyping tools (including limited use of an electronic paper cutter and a 3D printer) and turn your ideas into reality.
Target Group: Students entering 9th-12th grades
Application Fee: $300
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/innovation-introduction-to-making-and-tinkering-2/


Arizona State University
National Summer Transportation Institute
Program Description: Are you an Arizona high school student interested in learning more about engineers and the ways in which they impact our world and society? The Summer Transportation Institute will engage you in projects and field trips that demonstrate how all types of engineers (from aerospace to software) plan and maintain our systems of transportation around the state of Arizona. Spend five nights and five days living on the Arizona State University Polytechnic campus and learn how all types of engineers (from aerospace to software) plan and maintain our systems of transportation around the state. This program is funded by the National Summer Transportation Institute and is FREE of charge to participants. 
Target Group: Students entering 10th-12th grades
Application Fee: NA
Camp Type: Residential
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/summer-transportation-institute/


Arizona State University
SEE @ ASU
Program Description: Get a taste of the university experience this summer: visit labs, meet faculty and work on teams solving real problems. You can play a major role in shaping the world of tomorrow—find out how at the Fulton Schools of Engineering at ASU.
Target Group: Students entering 12th grade
Application Fee: $650/$350
Camp Type: Residential/Non- residentail
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/seeasu/


Arizona State University
FIRST LEGO League Jr.
Program Description: It’s never too early to discover STEM! This half day camp is an introduction to the world of engineering. You’ll will learn to design, engineer and make things move — all with LEGOS! Teams explore a real-world scientific problem and construct a motorized model of what they learned. Teamwork, the wonders of science and technology, and core values including respect, sharing, and critical thinking are elements of the program.
Target Group: Students entering 1st-3rd grades
Application Fee: $150; scholarships available
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/2016-first-lego-league-jr/


Arizona State University
FIRST LEGO League Introduction
Program Description: During this week-long, full-day camp, you’ll learn the basics of robotic programming and mechanical design. Then, you and your team will build and program an autonomous LEGO EV3 robot to complete a variety of tasks ranging from simple movement to those involving logic and sensors. You don’t need prior experience with either LEGOs or robotic programming. The week will culminate with a poster session and robot showcase.
Target Group: Students entering 4th-6th grades
Application Fee: $250; scholarships available
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/2016-first-lego-league-introduction/


Arizona State University
FIRST LEGO League Introduction for Girls
Program Description: During this week-long, full-day camp for girls, you’ll learn the basics of robotic programming and mechanical design. Then, you and your team will build and program an autonomous LEGO EV3 robot to complete a variety of tasks ranging from simple movement to those involving logic and sensors. You don’t need prior experience with either LEGOs or robotic programming. The week will culminate with a poster session and robot showcase.
Target Group: Students entering 4th-6th grades
Application Fee: $250; scholarships available
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/2016-introduction-to-first-lego-league-girls/


Arizona State University
FIRST LEGO League Intermediate
Program Description: During this week-long, full-day camp for experienced students, you and your team will learn more advanced techniques in both robotic programming and mechanical design. Topics include digital/analog sensors, mechanical sensors, subroutines, and advanced logic. Your team will build, program, and design robots to complete tasks similar to those found in the FIRST LEGO League competitions. The week will culminate with a poster session and robot showcase. Campers must have experience building and programming LEGO Mindstorms (EV3 or NXT) robots to enroll.
Target Group: Students entering 5th-7th grades
Application Fee: $250; scholarships available
Camp Type: Non-residential students must be picked up and dropped off daily, 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Contact: Arizona State University, Fulton Schools Engineering Education Outreach, P.O. Box 878106, Tempe, AZ 85287-8106 (tel: 480.965.0100) (fax:480-965-8394)
Email: engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
Web site: https://outreach.engineering.asu.edu/project/first-lego-league-camp-4/


iD Tech Camps: Code, Game, Create!
Develop real-world tech skills and experience firsthand how interests can turn into a college degree and future career. Led by hip, tech-savvy instructors, ages 7-17 code apps, design video games, mod with Minecraft, engineer robots, build websites, produce films, and more. Curriculum is delivered in small clusters of just 8 students per instructor for personalized learning. Optional Accredited Continuing Education Units issued by Villanova are available.
These weeklong, day and overnight STEM summer programs are held at 100+ campuses nationwide including Stanford, Princeton, Yale, and others.
iD Tech also offers iD Programming Academy (for teens), iD Game Design & Development Academy (for teens), Alexa Café (all-girls STEM program), and iD Tech Mini (half/full day for ages 6-9).
Questions? We’d be happy to help! Call: 1-888-709-8324
Email: info@iDTech.com
Web site:  www.iDTech.com


University of Arizona
Astronomy Camps-Teens

Offers a unique opportunity to use research telescopes (40-61 inch apertures) at the Mount Lemmon Observatory and learn first-hand about astronomy, physics, mathematics, and engineering. Includes daytime lectures on modern astronomical topics and space art, field trips, group research projects. Advanced Camp emphasizes group research with modern astronomical instruments. Career opportunities modeled. No prior knowledge of astronomy necessary.
Contact: Dr. Donald McCarthy, Astronomer, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721-0065 (520-621-4079)
Email: dmccarthy@as.arizona.edu
Web site: http://www.astronomycamp.org/


University of Arizona
Summer Engineering Academy (SEA)

The College of Engineering at the University of Arizona (UA) will offer a Summer Engineering Academy (SEA) to attract qualified high school students to consider engineering as a career option. The fundamental idea behind the SEA program is to show prospective engineers exactly how an idea becomes reality. In this program, student teams will design aerodynamic cars and devices under the theme of Technology in Service of Society, make models that will be tested in a specially built wind tunnel. Students will be trained to use SolidWorks™, Powder Injection 3-D Printing and for Computer Aided Design (CAD) and rapid prototyping (RP), respectively. Additionally, the program has Major Specific programs designed to give High School Students and Graduating Seniors an in-depth look at specific Engineering programs. These camps include Mining Engineering (June 23-28), Chemical and Biochemical Engineering (July 7-12), Electrical, Computer, and Optical Engineering (July 14-19), and lastly Aerospace, Mechanical and Civil Engineering (July 21-26). The SEA program has won numerous grants and awards
Contact: Cecilia Gaxiola, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721-0065 (520-621-4018)
Email: gaxiola@engr.arizona.edu
Web site: http://dev.engr.arizona.edu/future/sea


University of Arizona
Summer Engineering Robotics Camp (SERC)
The University of Arizona's Summer Engineering Robotics camp is a Day Camp for Students in 7th to 8th grade to learn about the importance of Math and Science in a fun and educational way. The fundamental idea behind the Summer Engineering Robotics Camp is to show prospective engineers exactly how an idea becomes reality. Students will build robots from Lego Mindstorm kits and compete in design team challenges testing their models for speed, endurance, and other technological abilities. Students will also be exposed to computer programming. Classroom lectures will cover topics ranging from fundamentals of mathematics and physics to engineering design and project management. Prizes will be awarded to the best overall designs. Students will also be able to experience engineering around campus with guest lectures from student clubs and design teams as well as from industry.
Contact: Cecilia Gaxiola, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721-0065 (520-621-4018)
Email: gaxiola@engr.arizona.edu
Web site: http://dev.engr.arizona.edu/future/pre-college