Emagination is a camp for technology-loving kids ages 8-17. Their two-week sessions allow kids to choose three workshops among a variety of options, which include creating digital art and music, designing video games, building radio-controlled cars and robots, setting up computer systems, and exploring computer programming. In addition to the workshops, there are other fun camp activities: outdoor games like capture the flag and soccer, talent night party, theme days, astronomy night, and weekend LAN parties.
Sessions are held at 5 different universities in five different states: UCLA, Los Angeles, California; Mercer University, Atlanta, Georgia; Bentley University, Waltham, Massachusetts; Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Illinois; and Rosemont College, Rosemont/Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.
The Lawrence Hall of Science at the University of California at Berkeley offers week-long science camps for children in grades pre-k through twelve. These camps are half-day, full-day or residential camps. Half-day camps are for children pre-k through grade eight and full-day camps are open to children in middle and high school. Parents can combine half-day camps to make a full-day camp experience for children in grades one to seven.
Currently, there is one residential camp centered around marine biology research for students entering grades 9-12. Other camps cater to interests in technology, engineering, math, new media, and physic, chemistry, and life science.
Located in the Pennsylvania Poconos, this small science camp is designed for boys ages 7 to 15 with an interest in math, science, and computers. Science camp topics include chemistry, physics, electronics, video, robotics, Earth science, photography, nature/biology, computers and astronomy. In addition to the sciences, campers can participate in numerous other activities such as rocketry, archery, magic, biking, marksmanship and rifle safety, swimming, sailing and wood shop. Sessions are available for 2 weeks, and children can choose more than one session.
Sigma Camp SigmaCamp, located at Silver Lake Camp and Conference Center in Sharon, CT, is a week-long Math and Science sleep away camp for children ages 12-16. The camp gives children the unique opportunity to learn math and science from professional scientists. Their faculty includes the leading specialists from Stony Brook University, Brookhaven National Lab, MIT, and Harvard Medical School. Children can go on an exciting week-long journey into the beautiful world of math, physics, chemistry, biology, and computer science. Swimming and the arts, sports and music, dancing and campfire are also an integral part of SigmaCamp -- it's summer, after all!