Regional and Post Camps 2018
Posts interested in starting a local or regional camp please contact: SAME National EEA Advisor - John (Jack) W. Seibert, III, PE, F-SAME, firstname.lastname@example.org or 404.660.9063
How to start an Exploring Engineering Camp [video]
If your Post is prepared to connect with the local BSA group in your region please contact Colin Lemon, Director of Exploring - Learning for Life BSA at email@example.com
Current Local/Regional SAME Camps
Atlanta, GA – Exploring Engineering Academy
Primary Contact: Richard Morales, PE, General Chair, RMorales@lbfoster.com or 404.275.6430
Additional Contact: Aisha Stith, Scouting Executive, firstname.lastname@example.org or 770.403.6155
Type: Regional Camp
Location: Georgia Tech Campus, Atlanta, GA
Dates: June 3-8, 2018
Description: The STEM Exploring Engineering Academy is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for 9th-12th graders to live on the Georgia Tech campus and get behind the scenes access to more than 30 Atlanta-area companies.
This Academy covers a variety of STEM topics with a strong emphasis on Engineering by giving students exciting and fun hands-on experiences! Learn how different STEM concepts impact you every day, then experience these principles for yourselves as you build robots, explore different headquarters, and fly through roller coasters.
Additionally, participants get a taste of college life at one of the top engineering and technology schools in the country. During the week at the academy, participants will stay in the dorms at the Georgia Institute of Technology. They will meet students who can give them advice on preparing for college and can learn first-hand what it takes to succeed at one of the nation’s most respected universities.
Read about the 2017 EEA Camp
BSA Video on Exploring Engineering Camp
Colorado Springs, Colorado – Young Women’s STEM Day
Primary Contact: Todd Cartwright, PE, SAME, Chairman, TCartwright@comcast.net or 719 313-2288
Location: USAFA, Colorado Springs, CO
Date: April 21, 2018
Description: Females in grades 2-12 attend meetings with STEM instructors to learn about STEM careers and how to peruse a STEM degree.
Guam – Exploring STEM
Primary Contact: Noel Enriquez – Camp Director, EnriquezNoel@stanleygroup.com or 671.777.9629
Type: Local one day camp
Location: University of Guam
Date: July 7, 2018
Description: 5th-8th Grade students attend one day STEM camp on two separate tracks (5th-6th and 7th-8th). Students will engage with various STEM concepts in multiple 60-75 minute sessions throughout the day. 2017 Camp Review
Savannah, GA – Savannah Engineering Academy
Primary Contact: Maureen Hoke, PE, Advisor, Maureen.Hoke@obg.com or 912.202.9220
Type: Regional Camp, Open to students in the Greater Savannah area.
Location: Armstrong State University, Savannah, GA
Dates: June 15-18, 2018
Description: This Camp is open to students in the greater Savannah area (Chatham, Effingham, Bryan, and Liberty Counties. The mission of the camp is to cultivate future generations of engineers from our local community.” During the five-day summer program for rising junior and senior high school students interested in math, science and engineering hosted at Armstrong State University, students explore engineering through hands-on activities such as building LED flashlights, remotely operated underwater vehicles (ROVs), and a water filter, field trips such as a riverboat tour of the Savannah River to learn about harbor deepening, river dredging, and local port activity and a visit to a local site development construction project, as well as site visits to facilities including Gulfstream Aerospace, JCB, Skidaway Institute of Oceanography & more. Students work with professional engineers from major engineering disciplines including civil, electrical, computer, aerospace, mechanical, manufacturing, industrial, water resources, environmental, and ocean. www.savannahengineeringacademy.net
More Information: https://www.facebook.com/savannahengineeringacademy
Camps in Development