Coordinated by Dr. Kazem Sohraby
Date: July 6-11, 2014 (Ask about possible other dates by contacting the Youth Programs office)
Cost: $975

Come to Power Camp:  Electronics and Computers in Your Hands
to explore the past, present, and future of electronics!

Read about last year's camp here

By week’s end you will know: 

  • How electricity is produced
  • How TVs, radios, cell phones, iPads, iPods, and computers are built
  • What ‘computer engineering’ is and how it is connected to electrical engineering

During the week, you will do the following—and more: 

  • Go to a power company to see electricity produced
  • Visit an electronics company to see electronics gadgets built
  • Learn to solder
  • Build a working radio using electronics components
  • Build and program a robot

New Discounts for 2014!

  • Register before April 1 and get $25 off of tuition.
  • Register with a friend and you each get $50 off of tuition.

Power Camp will take place July 6-11, 2014
Grades 9-12
Registration Fee: $975**
(Includes camp, activities, room and board)

*Minimum enrollment must be met. 
**Register before April 1 and get $25 off of tuition. Register with a friend and you each get $50 off of tuition.

***Note: If registering for more than one camp, please click here to register for 2nd or 3rd camp.

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For the latest information, please contact Youth Programs at:
(605) 394-2693


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(July 20-25, 2014)
Geology Rocks! Youth Field Camp in the Black Hills
(June 8-13, 2014)
Fossils: The Path of the Paleontologist
(June 15-20, 2014)
Mining and Explosives Engineering Institute
(June 22-27)
Power Camp: Electronics and Computers in your Hands
(July 6-11, 2014)
ASM Materials, Metallurgy, and Forensics Institute
(July 13-18, 2014)
Chemical and Biological Engineering Institute
(July 20-25, 2014)
Robotics Camp
(July 27 - August 1, 2014)
Ask about other dates
(605) 394-2693
... and don't miss our mechanical engineering Design for Manufacturing Camp (2 DAYS)
for high school students
(July 9 - 10, 2014)