ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp (EMBHSSC) at Temple University
The EMBHSSC is a two-week, academic, residential camp that emphasizes increasing students’ mathematics and science knowledge and skills while introducing them to college life and stimulating their interest in science and engineering as a potential career path. Student must be entering 6, 7, or 8th grade in the fall of the upcoming year.
SeaPerch Robotics I and SeaPerch Robotics II at Temple University Ambler Campus
SeaPerch is an innovative underwater robotics program. Working in groups, you will build an underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) while learning about robotics, engineering, science and mathematics (STEM). Building a SeaPerch ROV teaches the basics of ship and submarine design and encourages students to explore naval architecture and marine and ocean engineering. Teams will design, build, and test their robots in hopes of winning the multi-challenge competition at the end of camp. The SeaPerch Robotics II camp builds on the fundamental knowledge gained in SeaPerch I. Both of these camps are offered by the College of Science and Technology and are offered at the Ambler Campus.
Greater Philadelphia STEM Center (GPSC) Summer Camp at Temple University
The GPSC summer camp is a 2-week residential program for rising 6, 7, & 8th grade students. The program focuses on the engineering design process and fundamental science behind a robotics application. This program is funded in part by the Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division and is held on Temple University's Main Campus in the Summer.
The College of Science and Technology has partnered with Caring People Alliance to provide STEM programming in three of their community centers. The STEM programming is offered year round to children in grades K-8 in the RW Brown Community Center, West Philadelphia Community Center and the South Philadelphia Center. For more information about Caring People Alliance, click here.