Camps for K-12 Students


Inspiring Future Engineers Summer Youth Engineering Program

July 20 - 24, 2020 | Virtual Event

Join us for a virtual week of science innnovation and exploration!

About the Camp

Campers are introduced to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education through a series of engineering-oriented activities. Children will be divided into groups to complete age-appropriate and challenging activities. Tasks such as building suspension bridges, designing future cities, and using chemistry to make sweet treats allow students to build problem solving skills, discover how things work, learn math and science in a fun and safe environment, explore engineering as a career option, and engage in real world engineering problems.

Morning Session:
Live instruction 9:00 am - 11:00 am daily - Ages 7-9

Afternoon Session:
Live instruction 11:30 am - 1:30 pm daily - Ages 10-12


The virtual summer camp will cost $175 if you register before June 15th, or $185 if you register after June 15th.

Program Features

This year, we are excited to offer our summer engineering program in a virtual environment! Each day of our summer program will begin with a thematic intro activity, followed by the Engineering Challenge of the Day. Utilizing online conferencing tools, campers will break-out into small groups each day as they make progress on their projects alongside a live instructor. 

This years summer program will incorporate computer programming/coding, 3D Modeling, hands-on building challenges, science experiments and so much more!

Learn More

Use the link below for more information about Inspiring Future Engineers Youth Program of Western New York.

Contact Info

This year's camp coordinator is:

Isabel Hall
UB Environmental Engineering Student

Online Course Requirements

Virtual sessions will include 2-hours of daily live instruction in small groups (max. 5 students) via Zoom (no subscription required) followed by 1-2 hours of self-paced project work. Materials necessary for activities will be delivered prior to the start of the program. Students must have access to: