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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Are you interested in engineering, medicine, computers, science, and the human brain? BrainSTEM Camp is a one-week program led by Shattuck-St. Mary’s BioScience and Engineering program directors, Dr. Maren LaLiberty and Mike Boone. Students will discover the similarities and differences between computers and the human brain by studying basic circuits, dissecting a brain and spinal cord, testing their own reflexes and building a working circuit board to understand how information is transmitted by humans and computers. This year’s camp will be held June 14th – 19th and is open to rising 7th – 10th graders.
Contact: Kaylee Reese, 1-507-333-1649
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
Web site: www.iDTech.com
iD Tech Mini: Mini Camp. HUGE Fun!
It's never too early to dream BIG! iD Tech Mini offers weeklong, half day and full day camps for aspiring young techies ages 6-9. Come play and explore STEM concepts in coding, game design, robotics, and web design. With an emphasis on experiential creativity, friendship, and fun, you'll discover new tech skills in an energetic, kid-friendly learning environment.
iD Tech Mini is held at select campuses nationwide including Caltech, Benedictine University, and others.
iD Tech also offers iD Tech Camps (for ages 7-17), iD Programming Academy (for teens), iD Game Design & Development Academy (for teens), and Alexa Café (all-girls STEM program).
Web site: www.iDTechMini.com
Minnesota Academy of Science
Research, Engineering and Apprenticeship Program (REAP)
Offers student the opportunity to work with a college or university researcher for eight weeks during the summer in an area of interest to the student. The emphasis is on the student developing an independent research project which will be formally presented in early October.
Contact: Susan Kafka, Executive Director, Minnesota Academy of Science, Saint Paul, MN 55102-1119 (651-227-6361) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Web site: http://www.mnacadsci.org