Educational Summer Technology Program
Summer camps that emphasize
- technology including computers, robotics, engineering, kite-building, inventing and more are also known as Cybercamps and are available for kids ages 7-18.
- Life Skills
Air Camp USA
Dayton Regional STEM Center and the Montgomery County Educational Services CenterThe purpose of Air Camp is to inspire students to new heights of scholarship, leadership and citizenship, as they experience the wonders of flight and study the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) of aviation.
Allen's Guide to Summer Science Camps
This guide lists summer camps focused on science and cultural enrichment.
University of ArizonaAt this camp, teenagers will gain a cosmic perspective of the earth and themselves, examine career alternatives, and reinforce school lessons through real scientific and engineering applications.
Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp
The Harris Foundation-ExxonMobilThis camp is a free, academic program for students entering grades 6, 7, or 8 in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Cyber Camps AcademyThis summer computer camp uses research-proven teaching methods at 50 locations nationwide.
Destination ScienceDestination Science combines innovative science projects, creativity challenges, outdoor games, character development and unsurpassed customer service.
Three camps provide exploration and adventures in marine biology.
Engineering Summer Camp Directory
Engineering Education Service CenterThe camp directory lists some of the summer camps for high school students in science, mathematics, and engineering throughout the United States that are and were previously offered
Explore High-Tech Camps
SME Education Foundation STEPS camps inspire students' interest in STEM by showing them real-world, problem-solving applications as well as exposing them to fascinating technologies they might not otherwise encounter.
ID Tech Computer Camps
iD Tech CampsiD Tech Camps offers cutting-edge computer camp courses for kids and teens using the lastest in hardware and software.
National Computer Camp
National Computer CampsNCC provides age-appropriate instruction in video game design, digital video production, a variety of software applications, computer languages and certification.
Engineering Education Service CenterThis directory lists some of the summer camps for high school students in science, mathematics and engineering throughout the United States.
SAME Engineering and Construction Camps
US Navy SeabeesThe Society of American Military Engineers offers a very unique series of engineering camps designed for High School students who excel in math, science and technical courses and are interested in pursuing engineering in college. These one–week camps are high energy, hands–on events for students from across the country and around the world. The camps are led by a professional staff of engineers from both private industry and the military services.
Robotics engineering summer camp at George Mason University
DigiGirlz is a day camp focused on girls in grades 9 - 12; you must be at least 13 years of age to apply. Young high school age women with disabilities who are interested in technology camps should go to DigiGirlz, Microsoft's high tech camp for girls. Microsoft is working to keep girls interested in technology by exposing them to future careers in this area. Their summer camps are in seven locations: D.C., Ill, NC, ND, NY, TX and WA. Kids can Learn Computers at Technology Camps. Computer Camps are also the place where kids can find out and learn about gaming. Find Highly qualified, specially trained teachers guide children's learning experiences using lesson plans specifically designed by educational technology.
UT Arlington Engineering offers a wide variety of summer engineering activities for elementary, middle and high school students. From one-day Saturday events to one-week residential and day camps there are learning opportunities from students from 4th grade through graduating seniors. Teacher participants join in all of the activities with the campers, have food (and housing in the residence camps) paid for, and receive a stipend for attending. The teachers then get to take all the cool things they learn about back to their classrooms to share with future students.
Learning Animation for Young Kids
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September - May: 1301 Henry Street, Berkeley CA 94709 (510) 525-4304, FAX (510) 528-8775
June - August: PO Box 1359, Laytonville CA 95454 (707) 984-6507, FAX (707) 984-8087
Wavy Gravy Crown Prince of Woodstock
Hippie icon Wavy Gravy is 71-years-old, but as Jon Kalish reports, he is still going strong with a slew of educational and social projects delivered in his trademark off-beat style.
Oneida Music Camp offers children between ages 6 and 14 the opportunity to learn and perform traditional Native American music styles, such as Iroquois social and folk music. The camp was created by the Music for Oneida Children program, which introduces children to music and culture of the Oneida Tribe of Indians as well as other world cultures. The day camp will be held from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Monday through Friday, June 14 to 25, in the program's Arts Cottage, 1270-B Packerland Drive Green Bay.To register on line, go to oneida nation arts , look under Programs and find the Kids Camp registration material.
Grammy Camp - Grammyintheschools.com
Grammy camp https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0CRMJ2yvL8