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STEMcoding Summer Camp at Mount Union

If you have an interest in science, physics, math, engineering, technology, and learning to code, then take a look at the four-day-long STEMCoding Summer Camp at the University of Mount Union. Students will have the opportunity to learn from and work with the Mount Union faculty and students. Through a mix of computer programming and hands-on science and engineering challenges and activities, middle school and high school girls will gain valuable skills and technical experience, learn about majoring in STEM fields in college, get information about high-demand career paths in STEM fields, gain confidence, and make friends! See an example of what our 2019 Summer Camp students learned.

For questions about the summer camp, please email the camp director and assistant professor of physics and astronomy, Dr. Julie Butler, or Christine Morales, assistant professor of chemistry. 

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STEMcoding Camp Features

  1. When and where is the camp?

    We are excited to be back! The STEMCoding Summer Camp at Mount Union will be hosted June 24 - 28, 2024.

    The camp is located at the University of Mount Union, 1972 Clark Ave., Alliance, OH 44601. The hours are from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. each day. The cost of the camp is $50, which includes breakfast, lunch, and a snack each day, as well as all summer camp activities and a t-shirt. 

    The STEMCoding Summer Camp is open to middle and high school girls entering 7th-9th grade. In the future, we hope to expand our summer camp offerings to more students based on funding and student interest.

  2. STEMcoding Scholarship Opportunities

    The STEMcoding Summer Camp at Mount Union hopes to offer scholarship opportunities to local students based on need. If you are in need of assistance please reach out to Dr. Julie Butler. 

  3. STEMcoding Education Ohio

    The STEMcoding Summer Camp at Mount Union is affiliated with STEMcoding Education Ohio. This non-profit organization started as the STEMcoding Project, a collaboration between the University of Mount Union and The Ohio State University. The organization has been formed to encourage more science and math teachers to integrate computer science and data science into their classrooms and to facilitate that work. The summer camp is financially supported by individual donors.

    If you would like to learn more about STEMcoding Education Ohio, check out their YouTube page or their presentation at the 2018 Science Education Council of Ohio Conference.