Earlier this week, US Black Engineer showcased science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) summer camps at black colleges. In today’s edition, we share of a list of programs running through June, July, August, and September in New York. Read, click, and view the links below for more information.
Brooklyn Robot Foundry is working to empower kids through robotics, engineering, circuitry, programming, design and more. KoKo NYC is Open Source Gallery’s Kids Program. iD Tech Camps is open to young people ages 7–17 for weeklong sessions and the New York Hall of Science has week-long innovation camps for ages 6-13.
Camp Intrepid is a full-day camp program where history and STEM come together!
STEM Summer camps run all of June, July, August, and early September at Dazzling Discoveries
One-Week STEM offers camps for ages 5 to 12 years old, kids from kindergarten to 7th grade
STEM & Tech has courses for kids and teens at New York University STEM & Tech Courses For Kids & Teens
Transformations 2019 will offer one-week sessions, starting July 8th through August 30th at the National Museum of Mathematics Summer Camp
iD Tech Camps are for ages 7–17. For more information on their camps and academies, please visit iD Tech Camps
New York Hall of Science has three weeklong sessions. Check the nysci website for an updated schedule.
Ages 6 – 7, July 22 – 26
Ages 8 – 9, July 22 – 26
Ages 10 – 13, July 22 – 26
Six weekly themed sessions at Hk Summer STEAM run from July 15th to August 23rd.
Hk Summer STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math)
Summer day camps feat. coding, 3D design, programming, game development, video production and more.
NYC technology summer day camps for kids ages 7-13 in Brooklyn & Manhattan
This maker camp is now accepting students in Grades 2-8
Science/Tech/Engineering/Arts/Maker/Camp with Creative Design Emphasis
Classes at Camp Yokey include Virtual Reality (VR), 3D Animation, Drawing for Video Games, Hardware.
Camp Yokey: Technology & Art Summer Camp
Coding courses for girls ages 10-18.
Girls Who Code offers two-week summer coding courses for girls ages 10-18 in cities across the country.
Have a fun NORY Summer. Click for more information.