The popular STEM Kids Camp offered by the NDSU College of Engineering is returning to campus this summer.
The fun, hands-on learning camps are for students in grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12 and are offered mornings and afternoons two different weeks during July.
• Session 1 – Monday, July 12 – Thursday, July 15
• Session 2 – Monday, July 19 – Thursday, July 22
The STEM Kids Camp is designed to stimulate children’s interest in science, technology, engineering and math (known as STEM) through exploration of topics not usually covered in their regular school classes.
"We are excited to welcome students in grades K-8 back to campus for our summer STEM Kids program, and we are happy to announce the expansion of the program to include students in grades 9-12 as well,” said Lauren Singelmann, outreach coordinator for the College of Engineering. “Our summer camps allow students to experience STEM in hands-on ways, explore new careers and pathways, and gain curiosity and confidence – all while having fun."
Camp topics this year include everything from computer coding, robotics and crime scene science to the science of music and a mission to Mars.
Registration is now open online and camps are expected to fill quickly.
Registration before June 15 costs $100 per course for K-8 and $200 per course for 9-12. NDSU STEM Kids Camp is sponsored by the College of Engineering.
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