Camps for K-12 Students
Where high school students can explore the state-of-practice of today’s transportation.
The Transportation Camp is a highly competitive scholarship program that provides 30 high school students with a great chance to investigate careers and educational opportunities in today's transportation industry and beyond.
Students participate in discussions, hands-on design competitions, and trips to study local and regional transportation hot spots. They also spend time with industry role models and a diverse group of students.
Transportation Camp scholarship funding for this year's program is provided by the Federal Highway Administration through New York State Department of Transportation.
The National Summer Transportation Institute is a free, one-week non-residential program for high school students (rising 9th-12th graders) where they can learn about transportation engineering through awesome hands-on activities and group programs. Minority and underrepresented students are especially encouraged to apply.
*Please note that this year's activities may change or be modified to ensure camper safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. A final schedule of activities will be sent to accepted campers closer to the start of camp.
High school students entinering grades 9-12 are eligible to attend. Acceptance to our camps does not depend on high achieving academics or prior knowledge. Students who show enthusiasm for engineering and the STEM fields all have an equal chance of acceptance. Maximum camp enrollment is 30 students. Minority and underrepresented students are especially encouraged to apply.
Applying to a SEAS Summer Camp can now be done entirely online! New users will need to Create an Account in our application system first using the Camper's name, and then you can begin a camp application. If you have any questions about your camp applicaiton(s), contact Steve Pilat at email@example.com
The UB Transportation Camp is sponsored by the Stephen Still Institute for Sustainable Transportation and Logistics.