The programs are educational and exciting ways to learn new things.
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|STEM||6/24-6/27||$25||St. Paul College. Transportation Provided if needed.|
|IHCC Summer Acad.||Environment, Food, Ag||7/15-7/19||$75 (Scholarships)|
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|Carleton Liberal Arts Experience||College prep/STEM||7/27-8/3||Free||April 5|
|ProCSI. UW-Madison||Computer Science, Engineering||7/21-7/26||Free||March 29|
|(ESP) UW-Madison||Engineering||6/15-7/29||Free||April 1|
|(ETC) UW-Madison||Engineering||6/16-6/21||$250 (Scholarships)||April 1|
|PAN (Physics of Atomic Nuclei)||Physics||6/24-6/28||Free||March 29|
|Summer Mathematics Research Training High School Camp||Math||6/16-6/29||Free||March 20|
|Sci. Museum Game Design||Game Design||6/24-6/29||$188|
|Sci. Museum Design an App.||App Development||7/15-7/29||$188|
|Science Museum 3D Worlds||3D design||8/5-8/9||$188|
|Leonardo’s Basement.||Arduinos, circuits, etc||Multiple camps||$200|
Hamline University Numbers Count Boot Camp: June 10 – 14: Do you like money? This camp is the place for you! The Numbers Rule Boot Camp is a week-long, all-day, hands-on learning experience for students entering grades 10 to 12. We use fun, interactive activities to grasp the skills of finance and accounting. You will have the opportunity to tour different off-campus companies, meet young professionals in numerous fields, and learn from experts to help build a successful career. Cost: Free! Space is very limited, so apply early. Learn more and apply HERE.Priority application deadline: April 30, 2019.
Summer Academy For Environmental, Food & Agricultural Sciences. For Students entering grades 10, 11, 12.Explore environmental, food and agricultural sciences: practice hands-on wildlife & forestry management, create your own plantings for pollinator health, learn small animal care, make cheese & discover food science, experiment with sustainable practices for clean water, soil & air…wear waders, catch frogs, play in the dirt! When: July 15-19 8 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Where: Inver Hills Community College. $75 all inclusive (need based scholarships available). Register: www.inverhills.edu/agriculture/. Photos: https://flic.kr/s/aHskec1fEQ
Dunwoody STEM Camp: June 24 – 27 from 8:30 am – 4:00 pm. Design and build a programmable 3D-printed flashlight as you explore topics in STEM-related fields. Personalize your flashlight by first using CAD software, then soldering and assembling the electronic components, and finally programing an onboard microcomputer. Hands-on activities are led by expert faculty. Cost: $150.00. Learn more HERE.
U of M Discover STEM 2019 – Day camps on the University of Minnesota campus for juniors and seniors. Monday, June 17–Friday, June 21, 2019 or
Monday, July 29–Friday, Aug, 2, 2019 or Monday, Aug. 5–Friday, Aug, 9, 2019 9 a.m.–4 p.m. During your week on the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities campus, you will experience campus life, learn more about academic programs, and explore potential careers through activities such as: lab experiments, science and technology demonstrations, campus, residential life, and lab tours, as well as lectures and career panel discussions. Discover STEM to admitted students for only a $100 enrollment fee, and full scholarships are available. Applications Due APRIL 19. Learn more here and Apply.
Camp College: St. Mary’s of MN in Winona. July 15 – 17. Through the support of the Minnesota Association for College Admission Counseling (MACAC) and the host college campus, Camp College is a free opportunity for rising seniors to learn about aspects of the college search and application process from college and high school counselors. Students will have the opportunity to live on campus and will be provided food and lodging free of cost. Open to current Juniors. Application due April 1. Learn more and apply HERE.
First Step Institute: June 17 – 20. St. Catherine’s University. Preparing young women of color and/or Indigenous women for higher education, the First Step Summer Institute is a free and unique college immersion experience on our St. Paul campus. Free. Open to students in grades 10 & 11. Learn more & apply HERE.
Youth Career Awareness Program (YCAP) College Prep Summer Camp: YCAP Summer Camp is a four-and-a-half-week camp that helps prepare high school juniors for college. June 10 – July 12, 2019. 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. Cost: FREE.Receive $100 weekly stipend, free bus pass, and free lunch for the duration of the camp. Learn more and apply HERE by May 1.
Carleton Liberal Arts Experience: Saturday, July 27 to Saturday, August 3. Carleton College is honored to host an inspiring summer program designed for the best and brightest college-bound students representing high schools across the country. The Carleton Liberal Arts Experience (CLAE) will select 52 high school students who have just completed their sophomore year and bring them to Carleton, all expenses paid, for a one-week summer program. The CLAE program introduces the strengths of a liberal arts education through an array of courses in science, art, social sciences, and technology. Eligibility: Students of African American descent or students who have an interest in African American culture are encouraged to apply. Applicants must be college-bound high school students who are current sophomores. CLAE APPLICATIONS AND ALL SUPPORTING MATERIALS ARE DUE BY APRIL 5, 2019. Learn more HERE and apply.
ProCSI. UW-Wisconsin.For current freshman, sophomores, and juniors, we have a FREE, six-day, residential program called ProCSI (pronounced “proxy”) here in Madison that runs from July 21 – 26, 2019. At ProCSI, students get to have fun discovering how important computer science and engineering are to modern research. Activities include Computer Aided Design of physical objects, problem solving activities using computer simulation software, and tours of engineering laboratories where cutting-edge research takes place! Learn more at https://sbel.wisc.edu/procsi-2019/.
Engineering Tomorrow’s Careers (ETC) UW-Madison: For female sophomore and juniors interested in engineering, the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) puts on a six-day camp from June 16 – 21, 2019 called Engineering Tomorrow’s Careers (ETC). This entirely student-led camp gives girls the opportunity to explore various disciplines within engineering, meet other young women with similar interests, and learn about college-life. The week is structured with different activities including lectures, labs, and tours of UW-Madison engineering facilities. Lectures are given by UW staff members or engineers from local labs or companies. Learn more at https://swe.slc.engr.wisc.edu/engineering-tomorrows-careers-camp/. APPLICATION: Now Open! The application deadline has been extended to April 1, 2019.
Children’s Hospital Observer Program – Observe Children’s staff in order to learn more about their field and fulfill personal career exploration objectives. Must be 16 and have finished junior year.
Children’s Healthcare Information Sessions – These seminars provide interactive learning opportunities designed to help individuals learn about specific health care fields, including educational requirements,day-to-day activities, etc.