Michigan Tech is offering Summer Science Camps for students entering grades 1st through 6th.
Each three day session explores a variety of topics, including nature, chemistry, physics, and engineering.
The cost is $120 per student for each session and classes are limited to 20 students.
The camps begin mid-June and registration is due by June 5th.
Cost: $120 per student for each session. Limited to 20 students per class. Please register by June 5th
Pay online: Payment Link or MTU Cashier @ 487-2247. Space not reserved until payment received.
Students bring their own lunch & snacks Questions? Call 487-3341
June 2019 Summer Camp ~ 3 Sessions: Dates & Locations
Session 1: Tues-Th, June 11-13
Gr. 1-2 Keweenaw Nature Nerds! ~ Nara Nature Park
Children will immerse themselves in the natural phenomena of the Keweenaw through a series of hands-on, creative activities and nature walks. Explore native plants, wildlife, patterns in nature and what makes the Keweenaw a special place to live! Instructor: Erika Vye
Grade 3-5: Excited about Environmental Engineering ~ 104 GLRC
Put on your thinking cap and lab coat and help solve environmental problems through experiments, investigations and games. Explore the role of water, plants and animals in the world around us. Instructor:Brian Doughty
Session 2: Tues-Th, June 18-20
Grade 1-2: Making & Tinkering in Nature ~ Nara Nature Park
Design a boat from nature and watch it sail away! Make the perfect home for a toad. Can you keep an ice cube from melting? Make a house for the 3 little wolves and see if you can keep out the big bad pig! Instructors: Joan Chadde & Lloyd Wescoat
Grade 3-5: ~ 104 GLRC
Science and Technology
Through hands-on explorations, students will experience how scientists and engineers use cutting edge technology, such as thermal imaging cameras, 3D Printers and other tech, to solve science and engineering challenges. Instructor: Brian Doughty
Session 3: Tues-Th, June 25-27
Grade 1-2: Critter Camp ~ Nara Nature Park
Join us on an animal adventure! Explore the world of animals from insects and worms, to amphibians and mammals. Learn about their habitats and how they interact with each other and their environment through nature hikes and hands-on activities. Instructor: Brian Doughty
Gr. 3-5 Energy Moves Us ~ 104 GLRC
Discover the renewable and non-renewable resources in the Keweenaw from energy sources to recycling! Explore energy sources including biomass, wind, geothermal and solar through fun hands-on activities! Instructor: Dr. Erika Vye