Summer Camps

Camp Navigator TitleShawna Hall sm portraitShawna Hall, SDSM&T Program and Curricular Developer
Read Shawna's interview at the Camp Navigator website or listen to the podcast below.
 

Youth Programs:

High School Engineering and Science Career Camps

The School of Mines campus in the beautiful Black Hills will be the place to be in summer 2014 if you are ready to ‘dig’ into geology and paleontology, ‘formulate’ a future in chemical engineering, ‘forge’ a career in metallurgy or forensics, build electronics and robots, or ‘explode’ your preconception of what a mining engineer does for a living!

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.

Follow the links on the right column for details and to register.


 

What’s so special about these camps?
 

  • Sessions are limited to 16 students, so each camper receives one- on-one attention from faculty members.
  • An team of developers works with each camp to build teaming and interpersonal skills.
  • The quality of the curriculum, the setting, the resources and facilities available on campus will make each one of these week-long sessions the highlight of the summer.
* Camps and classes will run if minimum enrollment is met.


For more information, or to be added to our mailing list,
please contact Youth Programs at:

(605) 394-2693
youthprograms@sdsmt.edu

 

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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)