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Summer Camps

Launch a rocket. Build a robot. Learn about explosives.

You could do any of these things and more at a Missouri S&T summer camp. Explore your possibilities by attending one of the summer camps listed below. Who knows? Your summer at S&T could be the spark for your successful future. 

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Registrations/Applications typically open the first week in February. Some camps fill quickly, so register/apply early to guarantee your spot.

Aerospace Camp
July 14-16
Ages 10-13
Three days of action-packed adventure into the world of space flight and aeronautics.

Building Leaders for Tomorrow
June 21-25

Rising high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors
Explore the power of communication, hone your leadership skills and make new friends through group projects and presentations.

Camp Invention
July 6-10

Rising first- through sixth-graders
A day camp where future Miners can dig into science with fun, hands-on activities.

CyberMiner Camp
June 14-18

Rising high school juniors and seniors
Unleash your inner cyber-self! Learn about technologies such as robotics, machine intelligence, and information systems.

EcoGirl
July 13-17

Rising high school junior and senior girls
Love the earth? Engage your passion and learn about careers in environmental fields.

Explosives Camp *
June 14-19 | June 21-26
Rising high school juniors and seniors (must be 16 years of age)
Fire in the hole! Experience our one-of-a-kind explosives camp.

Formula SAE Electric Car Camp
July 19-23
Rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors
Get in gear! Design and model an Electric Formula SAE car.

It's A Girl Thing
June 1-5

Rising 7th and 8th grade girls
Explore STEM careers (science, technology, engineering and math) through group projects and design competitions.

 

 

Jackling Introduction to Engineering
June 7-11 | June 21-25 | July 5-9

Rising high school juniors and seniors
From iPads to interstates, engineers change the world. This intro course will show you how math and science relate to engineering. See first-hand what engineers actually do.

Materials Camp *
July 19-24
Rising high school juniors and seniors
From heavy metal to nano-particles, materials are all around us. Learn how engineers and scientists turn materials into things we use every day.

Minority Introduction to Technology & Engineering (MITE) *
May 31-June 5 | June 14-19
Rising minority high school juniors and seniors
This intro course, designed for underrepresented minorities, will show you how math and science relate to engineering.

NCSSS 2015 Summer Research Conference
July 12-15
This conference is for NCSSS high schools only. Registration is done at the school through the sponsoring teachers.
Present your research project and participate in poster sessions as you gain valuable insight from faculty, teachers and fellow students. Conference includes workshops, lab tours and hands-on activities.

Nuclear Engineering Camp
June 14-19
Rising high school juniors and seniors
Explore the power of the atom – and great career opportunities in this field – during this weeklong program.

Robotics Camp
June 3-5
Ages 12-15
Robots have moved beyond the realm of science fiction. Now you, too, can design your own robot – and learn programming techniques – in this hands-on program. 

Space - The Final Frontier
July 19-23
Rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors
Ever wonder what the edge of space looks
like? Learn hands-on how engineers design
and build satellites, while launching a microsatellite 100,000 feet in the air.

Sports Camps
Hone your skills in your favorite game, learning from S&T coaches and players in a variety of sports

Summer Research Academy *
June 7 - July 17
Rising high school seniors or graduating seniors
Work side-by-side with experts while conducting research in your favorite field.

Summer Solutions for Girls
June 15-19
Rising freshman and sophomore girls
It’s a woman’s world. Discover the possibilities of college life and careers in engineering and science.

* Students must apply for acceptance into these camps.