State-based STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs

STEM Summer Camps

STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.


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We built this state-based listing of STEM summer camps and after school programs to help you find the STEM program that best fits your child.  The programs offered may change so please contact the organization for the most current information.  Besides the specific list for your state we suggest that you also consider the following options as well:

  • YMCA: Many YMCA branches across the country offer STEM summer camps.
  • City Recreation Centers: Many city recreation centers have STEM summer camps for kids.
  • Science Museums and Children’s Museums: Youth STEM summer camps are frequently offered by celebrated museums such as the American Museum of Natural History in New York City and The Tech Museum of Innovation in Silicon Valley, CA, just to name a few. There are also opportunities for interactive STEM experiences at some children’s museums. This past summer, my 5 year old son had a blast programming Dash & Dot Robots from Wonder Workshop at the Children’s Creativity Museum in San Francisco.
  • Universities and Colleges: During the summer quite a few local universities and colleges offer STEM programs. Some residential camps even offer the opportunities for kids to live on the campus like college students.
  • STEM Residential Camps: Each summer kids travel across the country to have great experiences attending premium STEM residential camps in another state.


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Alabama


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

Zero Robotics Middle School Summer Program

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics, Space engineering
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Alabama, California, Colorado, D.C. Metro/ Maryland, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, and West Virginia.

At the MIT Space Systems Lab’s five-week STEM camp, student participants compete to win a technically challenging game by programming their strategies into the SPHERES (Synchronized, Position, Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites). Students’ programs control the satellites’ speed, rotation, and direction of travel. Each year’s game is motivated by a problem of interest to NASA and MIT.


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Alaska


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Alaska Summer Research Academy (ASRA)

  • Grades: 6-12
  • Curriculum: STEM
  • Programs: summer residential camp
  • Locations: University of Alaska Fairbanks, Alaska

At ASRA STEM camp, you’ll spend two weeks on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus, working in small teams and participating in project-based learning. Some modules will take you to remote areas of Alaska for fieldwork.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Arizona


ASU Fulton Summer Academy

  • Grades: 4-12
  • Curriculum: Engineering, Robotics, Game design, App design, Computer science, Technology, Space science
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp

There are more than 20 camps offered covering broad STEM fields. Some are geared to girls. Scholarships are available.

Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Embry – Riddle Aeronautical University Summer Camps

  • Grades: 2-12
  • Curriculum: Flight, Engineering, Robotics, Space science, Athletics, Math, Computer Science
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: Arizona, Florida

Students from around the globe attended the popular camps at Embry – Riddle’s Arizona and Florida Campuses.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)

  • Grades: 9 -12
  • Curriculum: Science, Engineering
  • Programs: intern
  • Locations: 25 Department of Navy laboratories nationwide

SEAP provides competitive research internships to high school students who spend eight weeks during the summer doing research at Department of Navy (DoN) laboratories, which can lead to employment within the DoN.

University of Arizona Astronomy Camp

  • Grades: 8-Adults
  • Curriculum: Astronomy, Science, Engineering
  • Programs: summer residential camp

This camp is available internationally to both teenagers and adults.

University of Arizona Summer Engineering Academy

  • Grades: 9-12
  • Curriculum: Engineering, Science, Technology, Computer science
  • Programs: summer residential camp


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Arkansas


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

Experience Robotics

  • Grades: 3-8
  • Curriculum: Robotics
  • Programs: summer camp

The ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp (EMBHSSC)

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
  • Programs: two-week residential summer camp
  • Locations: college campuses nationwide

Designed to support under-served and under-represented middle school kids. Kids enhance their proficiency in STEM education while living on a college campus – all at no cost to the child or family.

University of Arkansas College of Engineering Summer Camps

  • Grades: 6-12
  • Curriculum: Robotics, Engineering
  • Programs: summer camp

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Outreach Programs

  • Grades: 9-12
  • Curriculum: Robotics, Engineering
  • Programs: summer residential camp

The High School Research Program (HSRP), Engineering Scholars Program, and National Summer Transportation Institute are three popular residential engineering camps.


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in California


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Black Girls Code

  • Grades: 2-12
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics
  • Programs: workshop, after school program
  • Locations: nationwide

Through community outreach programs, Black Girls Code introduces underprivileged girls to computer programming and LEGO Robotics. They offer a limited number of financial-need based scholarships.

Camp EdTech

  • Grades: preK-8
  • Curriculum: STEM, Robotics
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program
  • Location: N. California

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

CodeREV Kids

  • Grades: 2-12
  • Curriculum: Coding, Robotics, Web design, App design, Game design
  • Programs: camp, after school program
  • Location: S. California

CSUN Robotics Camp

  • Grades: 6-12
  • Curriculum: Robotics
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Location: S. California (California State University, Northridge)

Destination Science Camp

  • Grades: K-6
  • Curriculum: Science, Robotics, 3D animation, Digital music design, Technology, Engineering, Space science
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: California, New Jersey, New York, Texas, Washington, Florida

Digital Media Academy

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Game design, iPhone programming, Film making, 3D animation, Robotics, Photography & art, Music production, Sports, Courses for girls
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 10 states and over 20 campuses in the US, Canada

Digital Media Academy is a digital art and technology training company.

Education Unlimited®

  • Grades: 4-12 (residential camp); 1-6 (day camp)
  • Curriculum: Public speaking, College admissions and SAT prep, Science, Acting, Creative writing, Computer, Video production
  • Programs: summer residential camp, summer day camp (CA)
  • Locations: 11 locations in California and on the East Coast, including Stanford University, UC Berkeley, UCLA, Caltech, UC San Diego, Brown University, Yale University, Georgetown University, MIT and Tufts University.

Embark Labs

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Computer science
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program
  • Location: N. California

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

Engineering Possibilities in College

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Engineering
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo, California

Engineering Innovation

  • Grades: 9-12
  • Curriculum: Computer engineering, Chemical engineering, Electrical engineering, Material science, Civil engineering, Robotics, and Mechanical engineering
  • Programs: summer residential camp, summer day camp
  • Locations:  JHU Homewood campus in Baltimore, MD and other sites in California, the District of Columbia, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Washington

With curriculum developed by Johns Hopkins University,  the program runs four or five weeks depending on the location. Students are eligible to receive a John Hopkins University transcript with 3 college credits. Limited need-based financial assistance is available for partial and full scholarships.

The ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp (EMBHSSC)

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
  • Programs: two-week residential summer camp
  • Locations: college campuses nationwide

Designed to support under-served and under-represented middle school kids. Kids enhance their proficiency in STEM education while living on a college campus – all at no cost to the child or family.

Galileo

  • Grades:preK-8
  • Curriculum: Science, Art, Cooking, Fashion designs, Short films, Video games design
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Location: N. California, S. California

i2 Camp

  • Grades: 5-8
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Digital game design, Engineering design, Electronics, Kinetic sculpture, Robotics, Rocketry, Space science, Physics, Biology, Chemical engineering, Oceanography, 3D printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York

With camp-wide STEM activities, they introduce campers to scientists, astronauts, bioethicists, and entrepreneurs.

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

iSTEM Scholars Program

  • Grades: 9-12
  • Curriculum: STEM, Test preparation
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program
  • Location: N. California, S. California

The programs prepare high school kids compete effectively for college admission and careers in STEM fields. Students take test preparation and hands-on training through labs, lectures, and field-trips.

Kids Can Code

  • Grades: 2-9
  • Curriculum: Program with Python, Scratch, and Raspberry Pi
  • Programs: after school program
  • Location: S. California

Planet Bravo

  • Grades: preK-8
  • Curriculum: Computer Science, Technology, Robotics
  • Programs: after school program, summer camp
  • Location: S. California

PlanetBravo is currently the largest STEM summer camp in Los Angeles

Robotics and Things

  • Grades: K-8
  • Curriculum: Robotics
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program
  • Location: S. California (Simi Valley, CA)

San Francisco State University Summer Engineering Institute

  • Grades: 10-11
  • Curriculum: Civil, Computer, Electrical, and Mechanical engineering, Mathematics, Robotics, Computer programming, Renewable energy, and Computer-aided design
  • Programs: summer residential camp
  • Locations: San Francisco State University, CA

It’s a two-week residential summer camp.

Santa Clara University Summer Engineering Seminar (SES) program

  • Grades: 10-11
  • Curriculum: Bio, Civil, Computer Science, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering
  • Programs: summer residential camp
  • Locations: Santa Clara University, CA

This is a competitive free program.

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)

  • Grades: 9 -12
  • Curriculum: Science, Engineering
  • Programs: intern
  • Locations: 25 Department of Navy laboratories nationwide

SEAP provides competitive research internships to high school students who spend eight weeks during the summer doing research at Department of Navy (DoN) laboratories, which can lead to employment within the DoN.

SMaRT Education

  • Grades: K-6
  • Curriculum: STEM, Robotics
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program
  • Location: S. California

They serve over 3,500 students through eight counties in Southern California.

The Tech Summer Camp

  • Grades: 4-8
  • Curriculum: Engineering, Robotics, Programming, Medicine, Cooking.
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Location: N. California

Part of the Tech Museum in San Jose, California, the camp program offers both part- and full-day weeklong classes.

Tynker

  • Grades: 3-8
  • Curriculum: Computer science, Game design, Programming
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: N. California, Texas

UCLA Sci|Art NanoLab

  • Grades: 11-12
  • Curriculum: Science, Art
  • Programs: summer residential camp

Imagine the “Impossible”. The Sci|Art NanoLab is a highly competitive, 2-week summer program for high school juniors and seniors interested in collaborating with diverse and notable minds to challenge traditional, polarized perspectives of the arts and sciences. Earn 4 units of transferable UCLA College credits!

UCode

  • Grades: K-12
  • Curriculum: Coding, Apps Building, Website Design, 3D video game design , Robotics, Mod Minecraft, and more.
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program
  • Location: S. California

VisionTech

  • Grades: 2-12
  • Curriculum: Technology, Robotics
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program
  • Location: N. California

Zero Robotics Middle School Summer Program

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics, Space engineering
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Alabama, California, Colorado, D.C. Metro/ Maryland, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, and West Virginia.

At the MIT Space Systems Lab’s five-week STEM camp, student participants compete to win a technically challenging game by programming their strategies into the SPHERES (Synchronized, Position, Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites). Students’ programs control the satellites’ speed, rotation, and direction of travel. Each year’s game is motivated by a problem of interest to NASA and MIT.


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Colorado


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Challenger Learning Center of Colorado

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Aviation, Aerospace
  • Programs: summer camp

Colorado School of Mines Summer Camps

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: science, technology, engineering, math
  • Programs: summer camp

Digital Media Academy

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Game design, iPhone programming, Film making, 3D animation, Robotics, Photography & art, Music production, Sports, Courses for girls
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 10 states and over 20 campuses in the US, Canada

Digital Media Academy is a digital art and technology training company.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

The ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp (EMBHSSC)

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
  • Programs: two-week residential summer camp
  • Locations: college campuses nationwide

Designed to support under-served and under-represented middle school kids. Kids enhance their proficiency in STEM education while living on a college campus – all at no cost to the child or family.

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)

  • Grades: 9 -12
  • Curriculum: Science, Engineering
  • Programs: intern
  • Locations: 25 Department of Navy laboratories nationwide

SEAP provides competitive research internships to high school students who spend eight weeks during the summer doing research at Department of Navy (DoN) laboratories, which can lead to employment within the DoN.

STEM Cyber Security Summer Camp

  • Grades: 6-12
  • Curriculum: STEM
  • Programs: summer camp

Seven STEM content tracks are taught by Colorado State University and Northrop Grumman staff and student interns.

The Summer Science Program

  • Grades: 12
  • Curriculum: Science
  • Programs: summer residential camp
  • Locations: Colorado, New Mexico

One of the longest-running and most successful pre-college enrichment programs, SSP has been offering live-changing experience for young scientists for over 50 years.

Summer Study Pre-college summer programs

  • Grades: 12
  • Curriculum: STEM, Sports and more
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Colorado, Pennsylvania, New York, and Paris, France

From college credit pre-college summer programs to French immersion study abroad programs in Paris, their summer programs combine stimulating academics with sports, recreational, social and/or cultural activities.

University of Denver Engineering Summer Camp

  • Grades: 8-12
  • Curriculum: Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Robotics
  • Programs: summer camp

Zero Robotics Middle School Summer Program

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics, Space engineering
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Alabama, California, Colorado, D.C. Metro/ Maryland, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, and West Virginia.

At the MIT Space Systems Lab’s five-week STEM camp, student participants compete to win a technically challenging game by programming their strategies into the SPHERES (Synchronized, Position, Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites). Students’ programs control the satellites’ speed, rotation, and direction of travel. Each year’s game is motivated by a problem of interest to NASA and MIT.


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Connecticut


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Education Unlimited®

  • Grades: 4-12 (residential camp); 1-6 (day camp)
  • Curriculum: Public speaking, College admissions and SAT prep, Science, Acting, Creative writing, Computer, Video production
  • Programs: summer residential camp, summer day camp (CA)
  • Locations: 11 locations in California and on the East Coast, including Stanford University, UC Berkeley, UCLA, Caltech, UC San Diego, Brown University, Yale University, Georgetown University, MIT and Tufts University.

Emagination

  • Grades: 3-12
  • Curriculum: 3D animation, Website design, Programming and app design, Game design, Minecraft, Robotics, Engineering
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia and Bridgeport, Connecticut

Emagination was founded in Connecticut in 1982. Each summer children travel to their campus locations from all across America and several foreign countries.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

i2 Camp

  • Grades: 5-8
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Digital game design, Engineering design, Electronics, Kinetic sculpture, Robotics, Rocketry, Space science, Physics, Biology, Chemical engineering, Oceanography, 3D printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York

With camp-wide STEM activities, they introduce campers to scientists, astronauts, bioethicists, and entrepreneurs.

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science (IMACS)

  • Grades: 1 -12
  • Curriculum: Logic puzzles, Computer programming, Virtual robotics, Electronics
  • Programs: summer camp, after-school program, weekend program
  • Locations: South Florida, North Carolina, St. Louis, Connecticut

National Computer Camps

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Video game design, Computer languages, Web page design, 3D printing, Digital video production, Software applications, QR programming, Android App programming, Minecraft and Modding, Network+ certification, A+ hardware certification, PSAT and SAT math preparation
  • Programs: summer camp (residential, all day and morning only)
  • Locations: Connecticut, Atlanta, Cleveland

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)

  • Grades: 9 -12
  • Curriculum: Science, Engineering
  • Programs: intern
  • Locations: 25 Department of Navy laboratories nationwide

SEAP provides competitive research internships to high school students who spend eight weeks during the summer doing research at Department of Navy (DoN) laboratories, which can lead to employment within the DoN.

United States Coast Guard Academy AIM (Academy Introduction to Mission)

  • Grades: 12
  • Curriculum: Robotics, Engineering, Military and Physical Training
  • Programs: summer residential camp
  • Locations: New London, Connecticut

AIM is now widely regarded as the most realistic service academy summer orientation program in the country. Students experience the challenges and rewards of rigorous academics at an engineering school, and by military and physical training.

University of Connecticut Explore Engineering

  • Grades: 10-11
  • Curriculum: Engineering
  • Programs: summer residential camp
  • Locations: Storrs, Connecticut


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in District of Columbia


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Com-Star Learning

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming, Website design, Game design, Robotics, Mapping, Digital arts, Digital music, and more
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program
  • Locations: District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia

Digital Media Academy

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Game design, iPhone programming, Film making, 3D animation, Robotics, Photography & art, Music production, Sports, Courses for girls
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 10 states and over 20 campuses in the US, Canada

Digital Media Academy is a digital art and technology training company.

Education Unlimited®

  • Grades: 4-12 (residential camp); 1-6 (day camp)
  • Curriculum: Public speaking, College admissions and SAT prep, Science, Acting, Creative writing, Computer, Video production
  • Programs: summer residential camp, summer day camp (CA)
  • Locations: 11 locations in California and on the East Coast, including Stanford University, UC Berkeley, UCLA, Caltech, UC San Diego, Brown University, Yale University, Georgetown University, MIT and Tufts University.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

Engineering Innovation

  • Grades: 9-12
  • Curriculum: Computer engineering, Chemical engineering, Electrical engineering, Material science, Civil engineering, Robotics, and Mechanical engineering
  • Programs: summer residential camp, summer day camp
  • Locations:  JHU Homewood campus in Baltimore, MD and other sites in California, the District of Columbia, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Washington

With curriculum developed by Johns Hopkins University,  the program runs four or five weeks depending on the location. Students are eligible to receive a John Hopkins University transcript with 3 college credits. Limited need-based financial assistance is available for partial and full scholarships.

The Great Adventure Lab

  • Grades: K-6
  • Curriculum: Science, Engineering
  • Programs: summer camp

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

Mad Science

  • Grades: 1-6
  • Curriculum: Science, Physical activities
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: District of Columbia, Maryland

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)

  • Grades: 9 -12
  • Curriculum: Science, Engineering
  • Programs: intern
  • Locations: 25 Department of Navy laboratories nationwide

SEAP provides competitive research internships to high school students who spend eight weeks during the summer doing research at Department of Navy (DoN) laboratories, which can lead to employment within the DoN.

Zero Robotics Middle School Summer Program

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics, Space engineering
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Alabama, California, Colorado, D.C. Metro/ Maryland, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, and West Virginia.

At the MIT Space Systems Lab’s five-week STEM camp, student participants compete to win a technically challenging game by programming their strategies into the SPHERES (Synchronized, Position, Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites). Students’ programs control the satellites’ speed, rotation, and direction of travel. Each year’s game is motivated by a problem of interest to NASA and MIT.

STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Delaware


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Science Explorers

  • Grades: Prek -6
  • Curriculum: Space science, Chemistry, Marine science, Physics
  • Programs: summer camp. after school program
  • Locations: Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware

FAME/UD Summer Residential Program

  • Grades: 10-11
  • Curriculum: Mathematics, Science, English, Engineering
  • Programs: summer residential camp
  • Locations: University of Delaware, Delaware

The program seeks to increase the participation of African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American and other youth in engineering and other science professions.

Youth Digital Summer Camps

  • Grades: 3 -11
  • Curriculum: Java programming, 3D animation, 3D game design, App design, 3D printing, Fashion design
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Florida


Ambition Program at National Flight Academy

  • Grades: 7 – 12
  • Curriculum: Aerodynamics, Propulsion, Navigation, Communications, Flight physiology and Meteorology
  • Programs: summer residential camp
  • Locations: Pensacola, Florida

Kids are immersed in 6 days of innovative play and adventure in a theme-park setting camp to explore premier technology. Limited scholarships are available.

Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Black Girls Code

  • Grades: 2-12
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics
  • Programs: workshop, after school program
  • Locations: nationwide

Through community outreach programs, Black Girls Code introduces underprivileged girls to computer programming and LEGO Robotics. They offer a limited number of financial-need based scholarships.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Destination Science Camp

  • Grades: K-6
  • Curriculum: Science, Robotics, 3D animation, Digital music design, Technology, Engineering, Space science
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: California, New Jersey, New York, Texas, Washington, Florida

Embry – Riddle Aeronautical University Summer Camps

  • Grades: 2-12
  • Curriculum: Flight, Engineering, Robotics, Space science, Athletics, Math, Computer Science
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: Arizona, Florida

Students from around the globe attended the popular camps at Embry – Riddle’s Arizona and Florida Campuses.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

Engineering Minds Summer Workshops

  • Grades: 6-12
  • Curriculum: Physics, Artificial intelligence, Drones, Computing, Microprocessors, Gaming, and more
  • Programs: workshop
  • Locations: Tampa, Florida

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science (IMACS)

  • Grades: 1 -12
  • Curriculum: Logic puzzles, Computer programming, Virtual robotics, Electronics
  • Programs: summer camp, after-school program, weekend program
  • Locations: South Florida, North Carolina, St. Louis, Connecticut

MagLab Summer Camp

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: Physics
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Florida

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)

  • Grades: 9 -12
  • Curriculum: Science, Engineering
  • Programs: intern
  • Locations: 25 Department of Navy laboratories nationwide

SEAP provides competitive research internships to high school students who spend eight weeks during the summer doing research at Department of Navy (DoN) laboratories, which can lead to employment within the DoN.

University of Central Florida Summer Institute

  • Grades: 6-12
  • Curriculum: Biology, Computer Science and Programming Competitions
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Orlando, Florida

University of West Florida Explore Summer Camps

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Marine Science, Robotics, and more
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Pensacola, Florida

Youth Digital Summer Camps

  • Grades: 3 -11
  • Curriculum: Java programming, 3D animation, 3D game design, App design, 3D printing, Fashion design
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia

Zero Robotics Middle School Summer Program

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics, Space engineering
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Alabama, California, Colorado, D.C. Metro/ Maryland, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, and West Virginia.

At the MIT Space Systems Lab’s five-week STEM camp, student participants compete to win a technically challenging game by programming their strategies into the SPHERES (Synchronized, Position, Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites). Students’ programs control the satellites’ speed, rotation, and direction of travel. Each year’s game is motivated by a problem of interest to NASA and MIT.


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Georgia


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Basic Enhancements

  • Grades: K-12
  • Curriculum: STEM
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, professional workshop

Black Girls Code

  • Grades: 2-12
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics
  • Programs: workshop, after school program
  • Locations: nationwide

Through community outreach programs, Black Girls Code introduces underprivileged girls to computer programming and LEGO Robotics. They offer a limited number of financial-need based scholarships.

Brainy Bytes Tech 4 Kids (BBT4K)

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: STEM, Robotics
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

campMODA

  • Grades: 1-9
  • Curriculum: STEM, Robotics
  • Programs: summer camp

The campMODA is provided by Museum of Design Atlanta.

The Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing(CEISMC)

  • Grades: 1 – 12
  • Curriculum: STEM
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program

CEISMC (pronounced like “seismic”) is a partnership uniting the Georgia Institute of Technology with educational groups, schools, corporations, and opinion leaders throughout the state of Georgia.

Club Scientific

  • Grades: preK-9
  • Curriculum: STEM
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program

Club SciKidz

  • Grades: preK-10
  • Curriculum: STEM
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program

CoderDojo

  • Grades: 2-12
  • Subjects: App Development,  Website design, Game design, Robotics
  • Programs: social club
  • Locations: worldwide

CoderDojo is a fun and social club where young people can go to explore technology together and get advice and support from skilled mentors.

Emagination

  • Grades: 3-12
  • Curriculum: 3D animation, Website design, Programming and app design, Game design, Minecraft, Robotics, Engineering
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia and Bridgeport, Connecticut

Emagination was founded in Connecticut in 1982. Each summer children travel to their campus locations from all across America and several foreign countries.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) Tech Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Robotics, Game Design, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Programming
  • Programs: summer camp

Georgia Tech H.O.T Days Tech Camp

  • Grades: 10-11
  • Curriculum: Robotics, Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Programs: summer camp

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

Imagine That and Future Tech

  • Grades: preK-9
  • Curriculum: STEM, Robotics, Art
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program

National Computer Camps

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Video game design, Computer languages, Web page design, 3D printing, Digital video production, Software applications, QR programming, Android App programming, Minecraft and Modding, Network+ certification, A+ hardware certification, PSAT and SAT math preparation
  • Programs: summer camp (residential, all day and morning only)
  • Locations: Connecticut, Atlanta, Cleveland

Robotics Education & Competition Foundation

  • Grades: 1 -12
  • Curriculum: Robotics
  • Programs: competition, workshop, camp, conference
  • Locations: nationwide

Find your local event at robot events.

Robotic Explorers

  • Grades: preK-12
  • Curriculum: Robotics, Programming, Architecture, Technology
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, FIRST robotics team

Youth Digital Summer Camps

  • Grades: 3 -11
  • Curriculum: Java programming, 3D animation, 3D game design, App design, 3D printing, Fashion design
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia

Zero Robotics Middle School Summer Program

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics, Space engineering
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Alabama, California, Colorado, D.C. Metro/ Maryland, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, and West Virginia.

At the MIT Space Systems Lab’s five-week STEM camp, student participants compete to win a technically challenging game by programming their strategies into the SPHERES (Synchronized, Position, Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites). Students’ programs control the satellites’ speed, rotation, and direction of travel. Each year’s game is motivated by a problem of interest to NASA and MIT.

STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Hawaii


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)

  • Grades: 9 -12
  • Curriculum: Science, Engineering
  • Programs: intern
  • Locations: 25 Department of Navy laboratories nationwide

SEAP provides competitive research internships to high school students who spend eight weeks during the summer doing research at Department of Navy (DoN) laboratories, which can lead to employment within the DoN.


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Idaho


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Boise State University Summer Programs

  • Grades: 7-10
  • Curriculum: Engineering, Robotics
  • Programs: summer camp

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Zero Robotics Middle School Summer Program

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics, Space engineering
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Alabama, California, Colorado, D.C. Metro/ Maryland, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, and West Virginia.

At the MIT Space Systems Lab’s five-week STEM camp, student participants compete to win a technically challenging game by programming their strategies into the SPHERES (Synchronized, Position, Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites). Students’ programs control the satellites’ speed, rotation, and direction of travel. Each year’s game is motivated by a problem of interest to NASA and MIT.


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Illinois


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Digital Media Academy

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Game design, iPhone programming, Film making, 3D animation, Robotics, Photography & art, Music production, Sports, Courses for girls
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 10 states and over 20 campuses in the US, Canada

Digital Media Academy is a digital art and technology training company.

Emagination

  • Grades: 3-12
  • Curriculum: 3D animation, Website design, Programming and app design, Game design, Minecraft, Robotics, Engineering
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia and Bridgeport, Connecticut

Emagination was founded in Connecticut in 1982. Each summer children travel to their campus locations from all across America and several foreign countries.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

Girls’ Adventures in Mathematics, Engineering, and Science (G.A.M.E.S.)

  • Grades: 9-12 girls
  • Curriculum: Aerospace Engineering, Bioengineering, Chemical Engineering, Computer Science, Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  • Programs: residential summer camp
  • Locations: University of Illinois, IL

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

Northern Illinois University STEM Camps

  • Grades: 2-12
  • Curriculum: Art, Chemistry, Engineering,  Robotics, Waterbotics, Wild biology, Math, Science, Video game design
  • Programs: day and residential summer camp

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Summer Camps

  • Grades: 9-12
  • Curriculum: Engineering
  • Programs: summer residential camp


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Indiana


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

Physics Wonder Girls at Indiana Wesleyan University

  • Grades: 6-8 girls
  • Curriculum: Physics
  • Programs: summer camp

Funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation, it’s a free summer camp.

Purdue School of Engineering and Technology Summer Camps

  • Grades: 6-12
  • Curriculum: Technology, Engineering, Math
  • Programs: summer camp

Preparing Outstanding Women for Engineering Roles (POWER) and Women in Information Technology(winIT) are residential camps for girls. Minority Engineering Advancement Program (MEAP) is a non-residential camp designed for students that are underrepresented in engineering and technology careers.

Purdue Polytechnic Institute Summer Camps

  • Grades: 6-12
  • Curriculum: Technology, Engineering, Math
  • Programs: summer camp

There are various of free and low cost day or residential summer camps. DO iT! Camp, TAGS Camp, TEAM Camp, WOWiT Camp are designed for girls.

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)

  • Grades: 9 -12
  • Curriculum: Science, Engineering
  • Programs: intern
  • Locations: 25 Department of Navy laboratories nationwide

SEAP provides competitive research internships to high school students who spend eight weeks during the summer doing research at Department of Navy (DoN) laboratories, which can lead to employment within the DoN.

University of Evansville OPTIONS

  • Grades: 6-11
  • Curriculum: Engineering, Computer science
  • Programs: summer residential camp, summer day camp
  • Locations: Evansville, IN

The camps are for middle school boys, middle school girls and high school girls respectively. Participants in the high school girls camp receive UE college scholarships totaling $5,000.

University of Notre Dame Introduction to Engineering

  • Grades: 11
  • Curriculum: Engineering, Computer Programming
  • Programs: residential summer camp
  • Locations: Notre Dame, IN

Some partial scholarships are available for this competitive two-week camp.


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Iowa


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Iowa State Engineering Kids

  • Grades: 1-9
  • Curriculum: Robotics, Engineering, Science
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Ames, IA


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Kansas


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Camp KAOS

  • Grades: 2 – adult
  • Curriculum: Space science and Astronomy
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: Hutchinson, Kansas

kids discover the thrill of space at the Kansas Cosmosphere & Space Center, where they train kids just like astronauts in their camps since 1985. Scholarships are available.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Kentucky


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Louisiana


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

The ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp (EMBHSSC)

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
  • Programs: two-week residential summer camp
  • Locations: college campuses nationwide

Designed to support under-served and under-represented middle school kids. Kids enhance their proficiency in STEM education while living on a college campus – all at no cost to the child or family.


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Maine


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Maryland


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

The Clark School, School of Engineering at University of Maryland

  • Grades: 4-12
  • Curriculum: Robotics, Engineering
  • Programs: summer camp

Com-Star Learning

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming, Website design, Game design, Robotics, Mapping, Digital arts, Digital music, and more
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program
  • Locations: District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia

E2@UMD

  • Grades: 11-12 girls
  • Curriculum: Engineering
  • Programs: residential summer camp
  • Locations: University of Maryland, MD

While living on campus, girls explore the world of engineering through hands-on activities, laboratory experiments, informative workshops, team challenges and seminars with professional engineers.  Merit-based scholarships are available.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

Engineering Innovation

  • Grades: 9-12
  • Curriculum: Computer engineering, Chemical engineering, Electrical engineering, Material science, Civil engineering, Robotics, and Mechanical engineering
  • Programs: summer residential camp, summer day camp
  • Locations:  JHU Homewood campus in Baltimore, MD and other sites in California, the District of Columbia, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Washington

With curriculum developed by Johns Hopkins University,  the program runs four or five weeks depending on the location. Students are eligible to receive a John Hopkins University transcript with 3 college credits. Limited need-based financial assistance is available for partial and full scholarships.

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

Lavner Camps

  • Grades: 1-9
  • Curriculum: Technology, Sports, Arts and more.
  • Programs: summer camps
  • Locations: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Maryland

Mad Science

  • Grades: 1-6
  • Curriculum: Science, Physical activities
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: District of Columbia, Maryland

Robotics Engineering and Game Play At The Woods

  • Grades: 3-10
  • Curriculum: Robotics, Engineering, Game Play
  • Programs: summer camp

The small camp is taught by a certified science and robotics instructor.

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)

  • Grades: 9 -12
  • Curriculum: Science, Engineering
  • Programs: intern
  • Locations: 25 Department of Navy laboratories nationwide

SEAP provides competitive research internships to high school students who spend eight weeks during the summer doing research at Department of Navy (DoN) laboratories, which can lead to employment within the DoN.

Students with Potential and Interest, Considering Engineering (S.P.I.C.E.)

  • Grades: 9-10 girls
  • Curriculum: Engineering
  • Programs: residential summer camp
  • Locations: University of Maryland, MD

Youth Digital Summer Camps

  • Grades: 3 -11
  • Curriculum: Java programming, 3D animation, 3D game design, App design, 3D printing, Fashion design
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia

Zero Robotics Middle School Summer Program

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics, Space engineering
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Alabama, California, Colorado, D.C. Metro/ Maryland, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, and West Virginia.

At the MIT Space Systems Lab’s five-week STEM camp, student participants compete to win a technically challenging game by programming their strategies into the SPHERES (Synchronized, Position, Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites). Students’ programs control the satellites’ speed, rotation, and direction of travel. Each year’s game is motivated by a problem of interest to NASA and MIT.


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Massachusetts


Boston Leadership Institute

  • Grades: 8-12
  • Curriculum: Biological research, Applied physics research, Chemistry research, Neuroscience, Biomedical research, Marine biology, Clinical psychology and psychiatry, Engineering, and STEM entrepreneurship
  • Programs: summer camp

Boston University Summer Term

  • Grades: 12
  • Curriculum: Astronomy, Biology, Biomedical engineering, Chemistry, Electrical and computer engineering, Mechanical engineering, Medical laboratory research, Neuroscience, Physics, and Psychology
  • Programs: six week research internship
  • Locations: Boston, MA

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Camp Invention

  • Grades: 1-6
  • Curriculum: Robotics, Science, Engineering, Computer Programming, Invention
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program
  • Locations: nationwide

Created by the National Inventors Hall of Fame.  Camp Invention is a national summer STEM camp focusing on creativity, innovation, real-world problem solving and the spirit of invention.

Camp Reach

  • Grades: 7 girls
  • Curriculum: Engineering
  • Programs: residential summer camp
  • Locations: Worcester Polytechnic Institute, MA

This two-week hands-on summer camp emphasizes the social context of engineering design.  Girls work in teams with a community “customer” to create a plan for solving a real problem.

CoderDojo

  • Grades: 2-12
  • Subjects: App Development,  Website design, Game design, Robotics
  • Programs: social club
  • Locations: worldwide

CoderDojo is a fun and social club where young people can go to explore technology together and get advice and support from skilled mentors.

Digital Media Academy

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Game design, iPhone programming, Film making, 3D animation, Robotics, Photography & art, Music production, Sports, Courses for girls
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 10 states and over 20 campuses in the US, Canada

Digital Media Academy is a digital art and technology training company.

Education Unlimited®

  • Grades: 4-12 (residential camp); 1-6 (day camp)
  • Curriculum: Public speaking, College admissions and SAT prep, Science, Acting, Creative writing, Computer, Video production
  • Programs: summer residential camp, summer day camp (CA)
  • Locations: 11 locations in California and on the East Coast, including Stanford University, UC Berkeley, UCLA, Caltech, UC San Diego, Brown University, Yale University, Georgetown University, MIT and Tufts University.

Emagination

  • Grades: 3-12
  • Curriculum: 3D animation, Website design, Programming and app design, Game design, Minecraft, Robotics, Engineering
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia and Bridgeport, Connecticut

Emagination was founded in Connecticut in 1982. Each summer children travel to their campus locations from all across America and several foreign countries.

Empow Studios

  • Grades: 1-8
  • Curriculum: Robotics, Video game design, Animation, Design, Audio engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

The Experimentory at Deerfield Academy

  • Grades: 7-8
  • Curriculum: Technology, Coding, Composition, Design, Innovation
  • Programs: summer camps
  • Locations: Deerfield, MA

The ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp (EMBHSSC)

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
  • Programs: two-week residential summer camp
  • Locations: college campuses nationwide

Designed to support under-served and under-represented middle school kids. Kids enhance their proficiency in STEM education while living on a college campus – all at no cost to the child or family.

Harvard University Pre-College Program and Secondary School Program

  • Grades: 10-11
  • Curriculum: a choice of over 50 noncredit courses, workshops
  • Programs: two week summer residential program
  • Locations: Cambridge, MA

Harvard University Secondary School Program

  • Grades: 10-12
  • Curriculum:  a choice of over 200 college course, workshops
  • Programs: seven week program with the choice to live on campus, commute, or study online.
  • Locations: Cambridge, MA

Participant can transfer earned college credits to a college in the future.

i2 Camp

  • Grades: 5-8
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Digital game design, Engineering design, Electronics, Kinetic sculpture, Robotics, Rocketry, Space science, Physics, Biology, Chemical engineering, Oceanography, 3D printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York

With camp-wide STEM activities, they introduce campers to scientists, astronauts, bioethicists, and entrepreneurs.

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

KT Bytes

  • Grades: 6-12
  • Curriculum: Computer science
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop, online course, web conference lesson

MIT Women’s Technology Program (WTP)

  • Grades: 11 girls
  • Curriculum: Electrical Engineering, Computer science, Mechanical Engineering
  • Programs: 4-week summer residential camp
  • Locations: Cambridge, MA

WTP is claimed to be an intense academic experience rather than a “summer camp”. Every year, 60 girls will be admitted from about 400 applicants nationwide.

MIT Minority Introduction to Engineering, Entrepreneurship and Science (MITES)

  • Grades: 11
  • Curriculum: Calculus, Physics, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Entrepreneurship, Writing and Design
  • Programs: 6-week summer residential camp
  • Locations: Cambridge, MA

This rigorous program is free.

Robotics Education & Competition Foundation

  • Grades: 1 -12
  • Curriculum: Robotics
  • Programs: competition, workshop, camp, conference
  • Locations: nationwide

Find your local event at robot events.

The Smith Summer Science and Engineering Program (SSEP)

  • Grades: 9-12 girls
  • Curriculum: Science, Engineering
  • Programs: four-week residential summer camp
  • Locations: Smith College, MA

Established in 1990, approximately 100 girls attend SSEP each year. Since its inception, nearly 1,800 high school students have participated, representing 46 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and 53 other countries. More than half of these students have been awarded need-based financial aid.

STEM Summer Institute at MIT

  • Grades:  6-8 from Boston, Cambridge and Lawrence, Massachusetts
  • Curriculum: math, science, engineering, technology, robotics
  • Programs: five-week summer camp

It’s free!

Wolfram Tech Innovation Summer Camp

  • Grades: 9-12
  • Curriculum: Technology, Innovation
  • Programs: summer camp

Worcester Polytechnic Institute Summer STEM Camps

  • Grades: 4-12
  • Curriculum: STEM, Robotics
  • Programs: summer residential camp, summer day camp,
  • Locations: Worcester, MA

Residential camps are for grades 7-12 and include Camp Reach (for girls), Frontiers, Launch, Leadership Academy for Young Women. There are nine STEM and robotics day camps.

Zero Robotics Middle School Summer Program

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics, Space engineering
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Alabama, California, Colorado, D.C. Metro/ Maryland, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, and West Virginia.

At the MIT Space Systems Lab’s five-week STEM camp, student participants compete to win a technically challenging game by programming their strategies into the SPHERES (Synchronized, Position, Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites). Students’ programs control the satellites’ speed, rotation, and direction of travel. Each year’s game is motivated by a problem of interest to NASA and MIT.


STEM Summer Camps and After School Programs in Michigan


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Digital Media Academy

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Game design, iPhone programming, Film making, 3D animation, Robotics, Photography & art, Music production, Sports, Courses for girls
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 10 states and over 20 campuses in the US, Canada

Digital Media Academy is a digital art and technology training company.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.


STEM Camps and After School Programs in Minnesota


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.


STEM Camps and After School Programs in Mississippi


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

The ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp (EMBHSSC)

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
  • Programs: two-week residential summer camp
  • Locations: college campuses nationwide

Designed to support under-served and under-represented middle school kids. Kids enhance their proficiency in STEM education while living on a college campus – all at no cost to the child or family.

Kids-N-Technology

  • Grades: K-12
  • Curriculum: Computer programming,  Game design, Robotics, Hardware engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after-school program, weekend program, club, Girls Pursuing Science (GPS)
  • Locations: North Carolina, Tennessee, and Mississippi

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)

  • Grades: 9 -12
  • Curriculum: Science, Engineering
  • Programs: intern
  • Locations: 25 Department of Navy laboratories nationwide

SEAP provides competitive research internships to high school students who spend eight weeks during the summer doing research at Department of Navy (DoN) laboratories, which can lead to employment within the DoN.


STEM Camps and After School Programs in Missouri


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

DigiGirlz High Tech Camp

  • Grades: 9-12 girls
  • Curriculum: High Tech
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: worldwide

It is a career-based camp offered by Microsoft. Campers will listen to tech speakers, take tours, network and go to workshops to get hands-on experience.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science (IMACS)

  • Grades: 1 -12
  • Curriculum: Logic puzzles, Computer programming, Virtual robotics, Electronics
  • Programs: summer camp, after-school program, weekend program
  • Locations: South Florida, North Carolina, St. Louis, Connecticut


STEM Camps and After School Programs in Montana


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.


STEM Camps and After School Programs in Nebraska


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.


STEM Camps and After School Programs in Nevada


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Black Girls Code

  • Grades: 2-12
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics
  • Programs: workshop, after school program
  • Locations: nationwide

Through community outreach programs, Black Girls Code introduces underprivileged girls to computer programming and LEGO Robotics. They offer a limited number of financial-need based scholarships.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

DigiGirlz High Tech Camp

  • Grades: 9-12 girls
  • Curriculum: High Tech
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: worldwide

It is a career-based camp offered by Microsoft. Campers will listen to tech speakers, take tours, network and go to workshops to get hands-on experience.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.


STEM Camps and After School Programs in New Hampshire


Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.


STEM Camps and After School Programs in New Jersey


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Destination Science Camp

  • Grades: K-6
  • Curriculum: Science, Robotics, 3D animation, Digital music design, Technology, Engineering, Space science
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: California, New Jersey, New York, Texas, Washington, Florida

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

The ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp (EMBHSSC)

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
  • Programs: two-week residential summer camp
  • Locations: college campuses nationwide

Designed to support under-served and under-represented middle school kids. Kids enhance their proficiency in STEM education while living on a college campus – all at no cost to the child or family.

i2 Camp

  • Grades: 5-8
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Digital game design, Engineering design, Electronics, Kinetic sculpture, Robotics, Rocketry, Space science, Physics, Biology, Chemical engineering, Oceanography, 3D printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York

With camp-wide STEM activities, they introduce campers to scientists, astronauts, bioethicists, and entrepreneurs.

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

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Lavner Camps

  • Grades: 1-9
  • Curriculum: Technology, Sports, Arts and more.
  • Programs: summer camps
  • Locations: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Maryland

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)

  • Grades: 9 -12
  • Curriculum: Science, Engineering
  • Programs: intern
  • Locations: 25 Department of Navy laboratories nationwide

SEAP provides competitive research internships to high school students who spend eight weeks during the summer doing research at Department of Navy (DoN) laboratories, which can lead to employment within the DoN.

Science Explorers

  • Grades: Prek -6
  • Curriculum: Space science, Chemistry, Marine science, Physics
  • Programs: summer camp. after school program
  • Locations: Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware

Youth Digital Summer Camps

  • Grades: 3 -11
  • Curriculum: Java programming, 3D animation, 3D game design, App design, 3D printing, Fashion design
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia


STEM Camps and After School Programs in New Mexico


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

The Summer Science Program

  • Grades: 12
  • Curriculum: Science
  • Programs: summer residential camp
  • Locations: Colorado, New Mexico

One of the longest-running and most successful pre-college enrichment programs, SSP has been offering live-changing experience for young scientists for over 50 years.


STEM Camps and After School Programs in New York


Alfred University Summer Camps

  • Grades: 9-12
  • Curriculum: Technology, Science, Robotics, Art, Sports, and more
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp

Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Black Girls Code

  • Grades: 2-12
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics
  • Programs: workshop, after school program
  • Locations: nationwide

Through community outreach programs, Black Girls Code introduces underprivileged girls to computer programming and LEGO Robotics. They offer a limited number of financial-need based scholarships.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Cornell’s Adult University Youth Programs

  • Grades: Preschool-10
  • Curriculum: STEM, Outdoor Adventures, Sailing, Literature
  • Programs: summer residential camp, summer day camp
  • Locations: Ithaca, NY

Designed and led by Cornell faculty, the nationally acclaimed programs are for kids ages 3-15. Even the youngest campers can be in residence with a registered resident adult.

Cornell University Summer College

  • Grades: 10-12
  • Curriculum: Art, Business, English, STEM, Literature, Law, Medicine and more
  • Programs: summer residential camp
  • Locations: Ithaca, NY

The programs offer motivated students an great opportunity to take courses at a Ivy League university while earning college credit, working closely with internationally recognized faculty, exploring majors and career options, making friends from around the world, and enjoying great natural beauty of the region.

Destination Science Camp

  • Grades: K-6
  • Curriculum: Science, Robotics, 3D animation, Digital music design, Technology, Engineering, Space science
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: California, New Jersey, New York, Texas, Washington, Florida

The Digital Arts Experience

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Technology, Digital art, Programming, and more
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program

Digital Media Academy

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Game design, iPhone programming, Film making, 3D animation, Robotics, Photography & art, Music production, Sports, Courses for girls
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 10 states and over 20 campuses in the US, Canada

Digital Media Academy is a digital art and technology training company.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

The ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp (EMBHSSC)

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
  • Programs: two-week residential summer camp
  • Locations: college campuses nationwide

Designed to support under-served and under-represented middle school kids. Kids enhance their proficiency in STEM education while living on a college campus – all at no cost to the child or family.

The Flatiron School

  • Curriculum: Coding, Technology, Electronics, Web design, iOS/Android development, etc
  • Programs: summer camp, online or onsite courses

A cool school offered great summer camps. Check out what are new this summer.

Future Stars Summer Camps

  • Grades: K-12
  • Curriculum: STEM, Art, Sports
  • Programs: summer camp

Future Stars summer camps offer 23 different programs.

Girls Inc Long Island

  • Grades: 9-12 girls
  • Curriculum: Coding, Robotics , Sports
  • Programs: summer camp

i2 Camp

  • Grades: 5-8
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Digital game design, Engineering design, Electronics, Kinetic sculpture, Robotics, Rocketry, Space science, Physics, Biology, Chemical engineering, Oceanography, 3D printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York

With camp-wide STEM activities, they introduce campers to scientists, astronauts, bioethicists, and entrepreneurs.

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

Kids Tech College at Alfred State

  • Grades: Pre K-12
  • Curriculum: Technology, Science
  • Programs: summer camp

The summer programs fall under three categories: leadership, career exploration, and athletics. Kids become informed on technology and science professions, sustainability, and robotics in the career exploration programs.

Lavner Camps

  • Grades: 1-9
  • Curriculum: Technology, Sports, Arts and more.
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Maryland

New York Code + Design Academy

  • Grades: 3-12
  • Curriculum: Programming, Web design
  • Programs: after school workshop

NYCDA offers hands-on classes for students ranging from absolute beginner to advanced.

Rochester Institute of Technology RIT K-12 Academy

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: STEM, Robotics, Visual arts, Sports and more
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Rochester, NY

Various summer camps target different age/gender groups, including Kids on Campus, CBET Bioscience Camps, Everyday Engineering Summer Camp (girls only), RoboCamp, Lil Kids on Campus, Smash Experience for Girls, etc.

Summer@Rensselaer

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: STEM, Sports and more
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Troy, NY

Summer Study Pre-college summer programs

  • Grades: 12
  • Curriculum: STEM, Sports and more
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Colorado, Pennsylvania, New York, and Paris, France

From college credit pre-college summer programs to French immersion study abroad programs in Paris, their summer programs combine stimulating academics with sports, recreational, social and/or cultural activities.

SUNYIT SummerITeens

  • Grades: 4-12
  • Curriculum: Bioengineering, Alternative Energy, Robotics, STEAM,  Nanotechnology, and more
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Utica, NY

Syracuse University Project ENGAGE

  • Grades: 7-8 girls
  • Curriculum: Bioengineering, Alternative Energy
  • Programs: summer residential camp
  • Locations: Syracuse, NY

The program is highly selective with limited participation.

Syracuse University Summer College Programs

  • Grades: 9-12
  • Curriculum: Acting/musical theater, Architecture, Art and design, Engineering, Law, Fashion design, Liberal arts, Management, Public communications and more
  • Programs: summer residential camp
  • Locations: Syracuse, NY

Programs offer regular undergraduate level and special pre-professional courses, some of which are credit bearing, for either 2, 3 or 6 weeks in length.

TechBridges

  • Grades: 9-12
  • Curriculum: Technology, Design, Art
  • Programs: summer camp

2 week summer program is held at Columbia University in New York City for aspiring students in STE(A)M career. Campers are exposed to eye-opening on-site field trips and talks from successful professionals while working together with students all around the world.

Tech Kids Unlimited

  • For: kids ages 8 to 18 with special needs
  • Curriculum: Coding, Technology
  • Programs: after school workshop, weekend workshop

Union College EDGE

  • Grades: 10-11 girls
  • Curriculum: Robotics, Bioengineering, Communications
  • Programs: two-week summer residential camp
  • Locations: Schenectady, NY


STEM Camps and After School Programs in North Carolina


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

DigiGirlz High Tech Camp

  • Grades: 9-12 girls
  • Curriculum: High Tech
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: worldwide

It is a career-based camp offered by Microsoft. Campers will listen to tech speakers, take tours, network and go to workshops to get hands-on experience.

Duke University: Talent Identification Program (TIP)

  • Grades: 5-12
  • Curriculum: STEM, Art, Robotics, and more
  • Programs:  residential summer camp, online
  • Locations: Durham NC, nationwide and worldwide locations

TIP includes Summer Studies, eStudies and Field Studies. It is claimed as a global leader in identifying academically gifted students and providing them with opportunities to support their development.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

The ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp (EMBHSSC)

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
  • Programs: two-week residential summer camp
  • Locations: college campuses nationwide

Designed to support under-served and under-represented middle school kids. Kids enhance their proficiency in STEM education while living on a college campus – all at no cost to the child or family.

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science (IMACS)

  • Grades: 1 -12
  • Curriculum: Logic puzzles, Computer programming, Virtual robotics, Electronics
  • Programs: summer camp, after-school program, weekend program
  • Locations: South Florida, North Carolina, St. Louis, Connecticut

Kids-N-Technology

  • Grades: K-12
  • Curriculum: Computer programming,  Game design, Robotics, Hardware engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after-school program, weekend program, club, Girls Pursuing Science (GPS)
  • Locations: North Carolina, Tennessee, and Mississippi

Youth Digital Summer Camps

  • Grades: 3 -11
  • Curriculum: Java programming, 3D animation, 3D game design, App design, 3D printing, Fashion design
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia


STEM Camps and After School Programs in North Dakota


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

DigiGirlz High Tech Camp

  • Grades: 9-12 girls
  • Curriculum: High Tech
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: worldwide

It is a career-based camp offered by Microsoft. Campers will listen to tech speakers, take tours, network and go to workshops to get hands-on experience.


STEM Camps and After School Programs in Ohio


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

Engineering Innovation

  • Grades: 9-12
  • Curriculum: Computer engineering, Chemical engineering, Electrical engineering, Material science, Civil engineering, Robotics, and Mechanical engineering
  • Programs: summer residential camp, summer day camp
  • Locations:  JHU Homewood campus in Baltimore, MD and other sites in California, the District of Columbia, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Washington

With curriculum developed by Johns Hopkins University,  the program runs four or five weeks depending on the location. Students are eligible to receive a John Hopkins University transcript with 3 college credits. Limited need-based financial assistance is available for partial and full scholarships.

Girls Reaching to Achieve in Sports & Physics (GRASP)

  • Grades: 6-8 girls
  • Curriculum: Physics
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Ohio State University, OH

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

National Computer Camps

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Video game design, Computer languages, Web page design, 3D printing, Digital video production, Software applications, QR programming, Android App programming, Minecraft and Modding, Network+ certification, A+ hardware certification, PSAT and SAT math preparation
  • Programs: summer camp (residential, all day and morning only)
  • Locations: Connecticut, Atlanta, Cleveland

Zero Robotics Middle School Summer Program

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics, Space engineering
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Alabama, California, Colorado, D.C. Metro/ Maryland, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, and West Virginia.

At the MIT Space Systems Lab’s five-week STEM camp, student participants compete to win a technically challenging game by programming their strategies into the SPHERES (Synchronized, Position, Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites). Students’ programs control the satellites’ speed, rotation, and direction of travel. Each year’s game is motivated by a problem of interest to NASA and MIT.


STEM Camps and After School Programs in Oklahoma


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

The ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp (EMBHSSC)

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
  • Programs: two-week residential summer camp
  • Locations: college campuses nationwide

Designed to support under-served and under-represented middle school kids. Kids enhance their proficiency in STEM education while living on a college campus – all at no cost to the child or family.


STEM Camps and After School Programs in Oregon


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

Zero Robotics Middle School Summer Program

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics, Space engineering
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Alabama, California, Colorado, D.C. Metro/ Maryland, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, and West Virginia.

At the MIT Space Systems Lab’s five-week STEM camp, student participants compete to win a technically challenging game by programming their strategies into the SPHERES (Synchronized, Position, Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites). Students’ programs control the satellites’ speed, rotation, and direction of travel. Each year’s game is motivated by a problem of interest to NASA and MIT.


STEM Camps and After School Programs in Pennsylvania


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Black Girls Code

  • Grades: 2-12
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics
  • Programs: workshop, after school program
  • Locations: nationwide

Through community outreach programs, Black Girls Code introduces underprivileged girls to computer programming and LEGO Robotics. They offer a limited number of financial-need based scholarships.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Digital Media Academy

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Game design, iPhone programming, Film making, 3D animation, Robotics, Photography & art, Music production, Sports, Courses for girls
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 10 states and over 20 campuses in the US, Canada

Digital Media Academy is a digital art and technology training company.

Emagination

  • Grades: 3-12
  • Curriculum: 3D animation, Website design, Programming and app design, Game design, Minecraft, Robotics, Engineering
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia and Bridgeport, Connecticut

Emagination was founded in Connecticut in 1982. Each summer children travel to their campus locations from all across America and several foreign countries.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

Engineering Innovation

  • Grades: 9-12
  • Curriculum: Computer engineering, Chemical engineering, Electrical engineering, Material science, Civil engineering, Robotics, and Mechanical engineering
  • Programs: summer residential camp, summer day camp
  • Locations:  JHU Homewood campus in Baltimore, MD and other sites in California, the District of Columbia, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Washington

With curriculum developed by Johns Hopkins University,  the program runs four or five weeks depending on the location. Students are eligible to receive a John Hopkins University transcript with 3 college credits. Limited need-based financial assistance is available for partial and full scholarships.

The ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp (EMBHSSC)

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
  • Programs: two-week residential summer camp
  • Locations: college campuses nationwide

Designed to support under-served and under-represented middle school kids. Kids enhance their proficiency in STEM education while living on a college campus – all at no cost to the child or family.

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

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Lavner Camps

  • Grades: 1-9
  • Curriculum: Technology, Sports, Arts and more.
  • Programs: summer camps
  • Locations: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Maryland

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)

  • Grades: 9 -12
  • Curriculum: Science, Engineering
  • Programs: intern
  • Locations: 25 Department of Navy laboratories nationwide

SEAP provides competitive research internships to high school students who spend eight weeks during the summer doing research at Department of Navy (DoN) laboratories, which can lead to employment within the DoN.

Science Explorers

  • Grades: Prek -6
  • Curriculum: Space science, Chemistry, Marine science, Physics
  • Programs: summer camp. after school program
  • Locations: Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware

Summer Academy for Mathematics and Science (SAMS)

  • Grades: 12
  • Curriculum: Math, Science
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Carnegie Mellon University

Carnegie Mellon’s competitive STEM summer residential program is rigorous for promising students.  There’s no tuition, housing or dining fees if you’re selected. The goal of the program is to prepare students for admission to selective colleges and universities in engineering, science and other math-based majors.

Summer Study Pre-college summer programs

  • Grades: 12
  • Curriculum: STEM, Sports and more
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Colorado, Pennsylvania, New York, and Paris, France

From college credit pre-college summer programs to French immersion study abroad programs in Paris, their summer programs combine stimulating academics with sports, recreational, social and/or cultural activities.

Women in Natural Science (WINS)

  • Grades: 8 girls
  • Curriculum: Natural Science
  • Programs:  free after-school and summer camp
  • Locations: Drexel University, PE

Youth Digital Summer Camps

  • Grades: 3 -11
  • Curriculum: Java programming, 3D animation, 3D game design, App design, 3D printing, Fashion design
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia


STEM Camps and After School Programs in Rhode Island


Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Education Unlimited®

  • Grades: 4-12 (residential camp); 1-6 (day camp)
  • Curriculum: Public speaking, College admissions and SAT prep, Science, Acting, Creative writing, Computer, Video production
  • Programs: summer residential camp, summer day camp (CA)
  • Locations: 11 locations in California and on the East Coast, including Stanford University, UC Berkeley, UCLA, Caltech, UC San Diego, Brown University, Yale University, Georgetown University, MIT and Tufts University.


STEM Camps and After School Programs in South Carolina


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)

  • Grades: 9 -12
  • Curriculum: Science, Engineering
  • Programs: intern
  • Locations: 25 Department of Navy laboratories nationwide

SEAP provides competitive research internships to high school students who spend eight weeks during the summer doing research at Department of Navy (DoN) laboratories, which can lead to employment within the DoN.

Youth Digital Summer Camps

  • Grades: 3 -11
  • Curriculum: Java programming, 3D animation, 3D game design, App design, 3D printing, Fashion design
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia


STEM Camps and After School Programs in South Dakota


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.


STEM Camps and After School Programs in Tennessee


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Black Girls Code

  • Grades: 2-12
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics
  • Programs: workshop, after school program
  • Locations: nationwide

Through community outreach programs, Black Girls Code introduces underprivileged girls to computer programming and LEGO Robotics. They offer a limited number of financial-need based scholarships.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

Kids-N-Technology

  • Grades: K-12
  • Curriculum: Computer programming,  Game design, Robotics, Hardware engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after-school program, weekend program, club, Girls Pursuing Science (GPS)
  • Locations: North Carolina, Tennessee, and Mississippi


STEM Camps and After School Programs in Texas


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Black Girls Code

  • Grades: 2-12
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics
  • Programs: workshop, after school program
  • Locations: nationwide

Through community outreach programs, Black Girls Code introduces underprivileged girls to computer programming and LEGO Robotics. They offer a limited number of financial-need based scholarships.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Design-Connect-Create! Physics Camps for Young Women

  • Grades: 9-11 girls
  • Curriculum: Physics, Engineering
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Dallas, TX

Destination Science Camp

  • Grades: K-6
  • Curriculum: Science, Robotics, 3D animation, Digital music design, Technology, Engineering, Space science
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: California, New Jersey, New York, Texas, Washington, Florida

DigiGirlz High Tech Camp

  • Grades: 9-12 girls
  • Curriculum: High Tech
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: worldwide

It is a career-based camp offered by Microsoft. Campers will listen to tech speakers, take tours, network and go to workshops to get hands-on experience.

Digital Media Academy

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Game design, iPhone programming, Film making, 3D animation, Robotics, Photography & art, Music production, Sports, Courses for girls
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 10 states and over 20 campuses in the US, Canada

Digital Media Academy is a digital art and technology training company.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

The ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp (EMBHSSC)

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
  • Programs: two-week residential summer camp
  • Locations: college campuses nationwide

Designed to support under-served and under-represented middle school kids. Kids enhance their proficiency in STEM education while living on a college campus – all at no cost to the child or family.

Girlstart

  • Grades: K-10 girls
  • Curriculum: STEM
  • Programs: summer camp, Saturday STEM workshops, Science Extravaganzas
  • Locations: Austin, TX

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

Tynker

  • Grades: 3-8
  • Curriculum: Computer science, Game design, Programming
  • Programs: summer camps
  • Locations: California, Texas

Zero Robotics Middle School Summer Program

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics, Space engineering
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Alabama, California, Colorado, D.C. Metro/ Maryland, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, and West Virginia.

At the MIT Space Systems Lab’s five-week STEM camp, student participants compete to win a technically challenging game by programming their strategies into the SPHERES (Synchronized, Position, Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites). Students’ programs control the satellites’ speed, rotation, and direction of travel. Each year’s game is motivated by a problem of interest to NASA and MIT.


STEM Camps and After School Programs in Utah


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

DigiGirlz High Tech Camp

  • Grades: 9-12 girls
  • Curriculum: High Tech
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: worldwide

It is a career-based camp offered by Microsoft. Campers will listen to tech speakers, take tours, network and go to workshops to get hands-on experience.


STEM Camps and After School Programs in Vermont


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.


STEM Camps and After School Programs in Virginia


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Com-Star Learning

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming, Website design, Game design, Robotics, Mapping, Digital arts, Digital music, and more
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program
  • Locations: District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

The ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp (EMBHSSC)

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
  • Programs: two-week residential summer camp
  • Locations: college campuses nationwide

Designed to support under-served and under-represented middle school kids. Kids enhance their proficiency in STEM education while living on a college campus – all at no cost to the child or family.

Fun Bot Lab

  • Grades: K-8
  • Curriculum: Robotics, Engineering
  • Programs: summer camp

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.

Infamous Robotics

  • Grades: K-12
  • Curriculum: Robotics
  • Programs: robotics camp, after school program

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)

  • Grades: 9 -12
  • Curriculum: Science, Engineering
  • Programs: intern
  • Locations: 25 Department of Navy laboratories nationwide

SEAP provides competitive research internships to high school students who spend eight weeks during the summer doing research at Department of Navy (DoN) laboratories, which can lead to employment within the DoN.

Youth Digital Summer Camps

  • Grades: 3 -11
  • Curriculum: Java programming, 3D animation, 3D game design, App design, 3D printing, Fashion design
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia


STEM Camps and After School Programs in Washington


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Destination Science Camp

  • Grades: K-6
  • Curriculum: Science, Robotics, 3D animation, Digital music design, Technology, Engineering, Space science
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: California, New Jersey, New York, Texas, Washington, Florida

DigiGirlz High Tech Camp

  • Grades: 9-12 girls
  • Curriculum: High Tech
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: worldwide

It is a career-based camp offered by Microsoft. Campers will listen to tech speakers, take tours, network and go to workshops to get hands-on experience.

Digital Media Academy

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Game design, iPhone programming, Film making, 3D animation, Robotics, Photography & art, Music production, Sports, Courses for girls
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 10 states and over 20 campuses in the US, Canada

Digital Media Academy is a digital art and technology training company.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

Engineering Innovation

  • Grades: 9-12
  • Curriculum: Computer engineering, Chemical engineering, Electrical engineering, Material science, Civil engineering, Robotics, and Mechanical engineering
  • Programs: summer residential camp, summer day camp
  • Locations:  JHU Homewood campus in Baltimore, MD and other sites in California, the District of Columbia, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Washington

With curriculum developed by Johns Hopkins University,  the program runs four or five weeks depending on the location. Students are eligible to receive a John Hopkins University transcript with 3 college credits. Limited need-based financial assistance is available for partial and full scholarships.

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.


STEM Camps and After School Programs in West Virginia


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Zero Robotics Middle School Summer Program

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: Computer programming, Robotics, Space engineering
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: Alabama, California, Colorado, D.C. Metro/ Maryland, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, and West Virginia.

At the MIT Space Systems Lab’s five-week STEM camp, student participants compete to win a technically challenging game by programming their strategies into the SPHERES (Synchronized, Position, Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites). Students’ programs control the satellites’ speed, rotation, and direction of travel. Each year’s game is motivated by a problem of interest to NASA and MIT.


STEM Camps and After School Programs in Wisconsin


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

Engineering For Kids

  • Grades: K-9
  • Curriculum: Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental,  Hardware, Industrial, Marine, Mechanical, Software and Robotics engineering
  • Programs: summer camp, after school program, workshop
  • Locations: worldwide

iD Tech

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Curriculum: Programming & app development, Game design, Website design, Robotics, Film & video, 3D modeling & printing
  • Programs: summer camp
  • Locations: 150+ locations nationwide

They currently offer programs at over 100 university, college, high school, and elementary school locations throughout the United States, with the most distinguished campuses including Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, and MIT.


STEM Camps and After School Programs in Wyoming


Audubon Camps

  • Grades: 1-8 (day camps); teens – adults (residential camps)
  • Curriculum: Ornithology
  • Programs: summer day camp, summer residential camp
  • Locations: 30 Audubon Centers across the country

Kids have fun exploring the natural world. The Wild Birds Unlimited scholarship funds have helped almost 2,000 youth attend this camp since 2007.

Camp Euclid: A Mathematics Research Camp

  • Grades: 7-12
  • Curriculum: Math
  • Programs: six-week online summer camp
  • Locations: anywhere

Students mull over and grapple with tantalizingly difficult math problems within a circle of fellow researchers who meet and collaborate online.  The camp offers grants and scholarships.

The ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp (EMBHSSC)

  • Grades: 6-8
  • Curriculum: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
  • Programs: two-week residential summer camp
  • Locations: college campuses nationwide

Designed to support under-served and under-represented middle school kids. Kids enhance their proficiency in STEM education while living on a college campus – all at no cost to the child or family.