Teens who enjoy science, math, engineering and technology have exciting summer camp options in the Midwest: Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota!
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High school students, kick start summer vacation with a science, technology, engineering or math camp. Spark a career interest and have fun! Here are even more top summer camps in the Midwest.
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This summer, spend part of your vacation at a high school STEM camp learning robotics, engineering, biotechnology, math or oceanography in some of the best locations in the northeast. Fun awaits.
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Teens, make Summer 2017 an unforgettable learning experience by enrolling in a STEM camp in the Eastern US or applying for a paid or unpaid scientific internship. Your future awaits you!