2018 STEM Summer Camps in YQG

This summer, take part in hands-on, creative camps that enable all participants to tinker with technology and have fun while learning new skills and making new friends!


Build A Dream Summer Camps

Session 1: Lancer Engineering Camp
July 9th
F
rom: 9:00am to 4:00pm
Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation
2285 Wyandotte St. W. Windsor, Ontario. N9B 1K3

Event Details

Engineers are responsible for innovation and change in today’s world. Engineers use the latest technologies and research to design new products and systems that impact the world around them in a positive way.

UWindsor Engineering invites children ages 8 to 12 to take part in hands-on engineering activities at the university’s engineering summer camp. This is a 5-day hands-on camp, from July 9-13, 2018.

Upon arrival, campers will be divided by age: 8–9 and 10–12. Participants will be introduced to a variety of engineering related concepts, including aerodynamics, forces and motion, fluid dynamics, material strength, and the design process.

This full-day starts with an educational half-day session in our-state-of-the art engineering building on campus, the Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation (CEI). The afternoon will include outdoor activities and swimming at the St. Denis Centre.

*Female registrants in this year’s UWindsor Lancer Engineering Summer Camp will be eligible for a discount thanks to a grant provided by Union Gas and Build-A-Dream to encourage young women to explore engineering and participate in engineering-related activities.

Session 1: Lancer Engineering Camp


 

GECDSB Skilled Trades Camp
July 9th
From: 8:30am to 2:30pm
Herman Academy
1905-S Bernard, Windsor, ON, N8W 0A8

Event Details

The Greater Essex County District School Board in partnership with Build a Dream presents:

Skilled Trades Summer Camp!

  • FREE 5-day hands-on camp for young women
  • Learn about different skilled trades
  • Trades featured include: construction, automotive, technical design and machining
  • Taught by trained teachers and female mentors
  • Explore entrepreneurship principles and participate in industry tours
  • Lunch provided daily at no charge
  • Open to GECDSB female students in grades 7 & 8 (limit of 20)

 


 

Session 2: Lancer Engineering Camp
August 13th
From: 9:00am to 4:00pm
Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation
2285 Wyandotte St. W. Windsor, Ontario. N9B 1K3

Event Details

Engineers are responsible for innovation and change in today’s world. Engineers use the latest technologies and research to design new products and systems that impact the world around them in a positive way.

UWindsor Engineering invites children ages 8 to 12 to take part in hands-on engineering activities at the university’s engineering summer camp. This is a 5-day hands-on camp, from August 13-17, 2018.

Upon arrival, campers will be divided by age: 8–9 and 10–12. Participants will be introduced to a variety of engineering related concepts, including aerodynamics, forces and motion, fluid dynamics, material strength, and the design process.

This full-day starts with an educational half-day session in our-state-of-the art engineering building on campus, the Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation (CEI). The afternoon will include outdoor activities and swimming at the St. Denis Centre.

*Female registrants in this year’s UWindsor Lancer Engineering Summer Camp will be eligible for a discount thanks to a grant provided by Union Gas and Build-A-Dream to encourage young women to explore engineering and participate in engineering-related activities.

Details: webuildadream.com/events/session-2-lancer-engineering-camp

 


LifeGears Academy Summer Camps @ Hackforge

Girl STEMpowerment (Grade 5 to 8)

July 16 to 20

Life Skills: Mindfulness, Conflict Management, and Confidence

This camp works to empower young women to realize their potential and to discuss their presence in STEM fields. This is designed for anyone who identifies as a girl and who wants to come together with other girls to discuss ways that they can make a difference. Topics include but are not limited to careers in STEM, medicine, environment, chemistry, engineering, and animals.

Register here: https://bit.ly/2pQ1KPb

 


 

Innovative Designers (Grades 4 to 6)

July 23 to 27

Life Skills: Problem Solving, Creative thinking, and Giving and Receiving Feedback.

Campers will learn about innovative ideas and discoveries made in STEM fields while learning what it takes to make inventions of their own. This camp will get kids thinking about what problems exist in the world and how they could use discoveries in STEM to make improvements. Topics include but are not limited to Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, building and design, and technology.

Register here: https://bit.ly/2pQ1KPb

 


 

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Team (Grade 4 to 6)

July 30 to August 3

Life Skills: Critical Thinking, Problem solving, and Teamwork.

This camp will offer hands-on activities in various STEM topics from Biology/ Living things to Programming as well as engineering design challenges and adding/ subtracting. Topics include but are not limited to various types of engineering, habitats and species, math and riddles, chemistry, and building and design.

For more information, check out www.lifegears.org or email us at info@hackf.org.

Register here: https://bit.ly/2pQ1KPb

 


St. Clair College’s Advantage Skills Academy Summer Camps

SKILLS ONTARIO SUMMER CAMPS FOR STUDENTS ENTERING GRADES 7, 8, AND 9!

Inspiring the next generation of skilled trade and technology professionals! Explore skilled trade and technology careers as you: build, fix, design, and   create your way through this fun, week-long day camp experience.

Hosted at St. Clair College, Windsor
August 13-17, 2018
9:00 a.m.—4:00 p.m. Daily  Cost: $175/ Camper

To register visit:  www.skillsontario.com/camp

 


 

FREE WELDING CAMP FOR KIDS – Ages 12-15 (only 20 seats available)

Camp Location: St. Clair College | 2000 Talbot Road, West, Windsor, ON  N9A 6S4.
Camp Schedule: Monday, July 30 – August 3rd 2018;
8:30AM ‐ 3:15PM
Camp is free of charge and generously funded by the CWB Welding Foundation.
Lunch provided.
Camp celebration to be held Friday, Aug 3rd, 2018 at 3 PM.

Register at: corporatetraining@stclaircollege.ca  |Contact:  Corporate Training:  T.  519.972.2728

 


University of Windsor Lancer Summer Camps

SCIENCE DISCOVERY CAMPS (NEW) Creating, Building and Programming:
This camp will introduce participants to the world of possibilities in science. Each day of camp will focus on a different area of science relevant to our everyday experiences, such as health, the environment, and the physical sciences. Activities will include mini experiments, projects, demonstrations, and science themed games. The science portion of this camp will take place in the Faculty of Science, primarily in Essex Hall. Limited to 20 participants.

SESSION 1 July 23 – 27 Time: 9am to 4pm Ages: 8-10 AM Price: $160

SESSION 2 Aug 20 – 24 Time: 9am to 4pm Ages: 8-10 AM Price: $160

 


 

BIOLOGY CAMP (NEW):
This camp introduces participants to various biological concepts and diverse areas of study in the biological sciences. The camp is composed of five biology learning modules that include interactive hands-on activities in the areas of cell and cancer biology, microbiology, anatomy and physiology, and animal behavior and ecology. This is a full day camp in which the educational portion is a half day that will take place in the Biology Building labs and the other half will include outdoor activities and swimming at the St. Denis Centre. Limited to 24 participants.

SESSION July 23 – 27 Time: 9am to 4pm Ages: 11-14 Price: $160

 


 

ENGINEERING CAMP:
Engineering at UWindsor invites you to take part in hands-on engineering activities. Upon arrival, campers will be divided by age: 8 – 9 and 10 – 12. They will be introduced to a variety of engineering related concepts, including aerodynamics, forces and motion, fluid dynamics, material strength, and the design process. This is a full day camp in which the educational portion is a half day that will take place in our-state-of-the art engineering building on campus, the Ed Lumley Center for Engineering Innovation (CEI). The other half of the day will include outdoor activities and swimming at the St. Denis Center.

SESSION 1 July 9 – 13 Time: 9am to 4pm Age: 8 – 9 (AM)        10 – 12 (PM) Price: $160

SESSION 2 Aug 13 – 17 Time: 9am to 4pm Age: 8 – 9 (AM)        10 – 12 (PM) Price: $160

 


 

ROBOTICS CAMP:
The Robotics Camp includes lessons and activities for building and programming, as well as skills for working on robotics projects, using the Lego MindStorm Robotics Inventions System. This is a full day camp in which the educational portion is a half day that will take place at the Leddy library Computer Lab and the other half will include outdoor activities and swimming at the St. Denis Center. Maximum 20 participants per session.

SESSION 1 July 16 – 20 Time: 9am to 4pm Age: 8 – 9 (AM)        10 – 12 (PM) Price: $160

SESSION 2 July 30 – Aug 3 Time: 9am to 4pm Age: 8 – 9 (AM)        10 – 12 (PM) Price: $160

 


Windsor Public Library Summer Camps

July 11th from 1:00-2:30

Check the Tech Free Play

Explore and discover in the Tech Hub with coding, 3dprinting, video, garageband with instruments, and all the lastest bots and gadgets. For children under 12 with a caregiver. For information call 519-255-6770 ext. 4439

CONTACT:  Central Staff  5192556770

LOCATION: Tech Hub

 


Coding for Kids

July 20th from 2:00-3:30

Join us in the Tech Hub and discover coding with the coolest bots in town. LEGO boost, Cubetto, Ozobots and Cozmo will delight and deliver. For ages 6-12 with a caregiver. Please call ahead to register at 519-255-6770 x4439 or email programs@windsorpubliclibrary.com

CONTACT:  Katie  519-255-6770 x4439

LOCATION: Tech Hub

 


See more Windsor Public Library Summer Camps and Programming HERE.