STEM Camp – Waterloo
STEM Camp Waterloo is a co-ed day camp suited for children ages 5-13 who are curious and want to learn more about science, technology, engineering and mathematics. STEM Camp’s Waterloo location provides kids with hands-on experience and the opportunity to explore their sense of wonder through structured learning opportunities. During each STEM Camp session, kids will collaborate with one another to explore and solve problems using creativity and ingenuity.
What STEM Parents Can Expect
Each week at STEM Camp offers new activities and themes! Every activity and project is created with kids’ preferences and passions in mind. (i.e. – robots, space, food, etc.) We encourage all of our campers to try new things, make a mess, clean it up, do it again and have fun in the process. For parents who want their kids engaged, STEM Camp is a convenient, enjoyable option where there is always something new and cool to
STEM Camp’s Mission
At STEM Camp, our mission is to inspire Canadian youth through participating in hands-on activities in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Our staff of experienced teachers provides hands-on learning experiences through fun, engaging programming that encourages children to explore their sense of wonder. In the future, children will be able to take what they learned at STEM Camp and apply it to everything they do!
We believe that through curiosity, kids will become confident, creative adults, who will use their excellent thinking skills to help change the world.
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STEM Camp Waterloo and COVID19
Learn more about our Return To Camp guidelines by visiting our FAQ page.
Celebrating Women and Girls in STEM Fields!
The importance of attracting girls to STEM fields got a boost on CTV News Edmonton, which interviewed tech expert Lisa Chang on how parents can instill a passion for science in their daughters. The segment, produced ahead of International Women’s Day on March 8, featured science-focused toys that parents can buy for their girls, and included a recommendation for STEM Camp. See the entire interview below.