STEM Camp – Hamilton

With two convenient locations, STEM Camp Hamilton is the summer camp you’ve been looking for. Our creative program allows children ages 5-13 to learn life-changing skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math while having a great time and making friends. Campers will collaborate, create, code and build through fun activities that ignite their curiosity and improve their understanding of the sciences.

What STEM Parents Can Expect

At our camp, it’s easy to engage kids with science. Our rotating weekly themes include wizards, robots, video games and, of course, Jedi Knights. We ignite kids’ curiosity with popular culture, but they’re sold by the fun challenges, hands-on activities and computer-based learning. Did we mention robots? Yes, we have robots! No child will get bored when their options include coding with robots, building in Minecraft or solving fun design problems. Each week brings a new theme and every day offers new challenges!

STEM Camp’s Mission

Our mission is both simple and ambitious: To expand STEM knowledge among Canada’s youth and give them a fantastic time in the process. At STEM Camp, we understand that these fields are the future of our economy. Our children need these skills to succeed, to get jobs, to grow and to engage with the world around them. These aren’t just skills for good jobs, they are how children become curious, passionate and productive adults. In our program, they will learn they have all the potential they need to change the world.

Meet your Counsellor at STEM Camp Hamilton

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Check out some of the activities that have taken place at STEM Camp Hamilton!

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Celebrating Women and Girls in STEM Fields!

The importance of attracting girls to STEM fields got a boost on CTV News Edmonton, which interviewed tech expert Lisa Chang on how parents can instill a passion for science in their daughters.

The segment, produced ahead of International Women’s Day on March 8, featured science-focused toys that parents can buy for their girls, and included a recommendation for STEM Camp.