After two years of virtual and hybrid youth camps, Missouri S&T’s in-person summer camps are back. From June 5th through July 28th, students in grades 5-through-12 will be able to immerse themselves in STEM-related subjects ranging from physics, computing, and robotics to aerospace and explosives. Fifteen camp sessions covering 10 STEM-related topic areas are currently scheduled. All camps are residential, with a minimum two-night stay at the S&T campus in Rolla; the camps for students at the older end of the age range will include a five-night stay.
A primary goal of the camps is to deliver an experience through which students become aware of new possibilities once they’re on campus. The camps are a collaboration between world-class faculty and young minds that are eager to learn, explore and discover. Camp costs because food and accommodations are included, and because equipment and supplies for many of the camps are expensive, range from $435 to $1,450. Funds have been raised to provide students an opportunity to engage with STEM regardless of their economic circumstances.
For more information, email [email protected] or call 573-341-6204.