RMA: High Adventure Camp: STEM^2

July 23-26

Ages 12-16

In this twist on STEM, students will mix science, history, technology, engineering, and math to complete contextual challenges present in Idaho’s cultural and natural history. Students will design structures such as bridges, dams, and buildings, and explore the force needed to destroy those structures. Explore the great outdoors, navigate natural obstacles, design obstacle courses, and work in teams to solve real-world problems. Each camp is designed to engage students, make community connections, and invest in Idaho’s future.

Learn more, apply for scholarships, and register HERE.

Related upcoming events

  • 07/20/19 1:00 PM - 07/20/19 2:00 PM

    Learn STEM topics from scientists working in our own community.

    Today's topic: Planets Like to Move It, Move It

    • Held at the Idaho Falls Public Library due to museum construction.

    This program is FREE thanks to a generous grant from the Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation. 

    Bonus: Kids ages 6-12 who pre-register can stick around at 2:00 for Discovery Day and enjoy more free activities on the same topic.

     

  • 07/20/19 2:00 PM - 07/20/19 3:00 PM

    Follow up the "Meet a Scientist" event with hands-on STEM activities and demonstrations for kids ages 6-12.

    Today's topic: Planets Like to Move It, Move It!

    • held at the Idaho Falls Public Library due to museum construction

    This program is FREE thanks to a generous grant from the Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation. However, pre-registration is required. REGISTER HERE.