Download the 2021 Camps flyer. 2021 Engineering & Construction Camp applications are now OPEN. Go to the SAME Camps Application Page to begin. Application for the 2021 camp season deadline is March 15, 2021.
SAME has been supporting science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) events for over 30 years and conducting camps for almost 20 years.
Our camps are world-class and feature a very impressive record of producing thousands of engineers and STEM leaders. They provide a rigorous experience for students interested in exploring STEM skills and careers. Campers gain a sense of what it takes to become a STEM professional and what options exist to explore that interest from high school to college and beyond.
Each camp has a unique curriculum that generally features hands-on activities conducted in a competitive environment that promote teamwork, leadership, project management, and problem solving.
- US Army Engineering & Construction Camp, Vicksburg, MS, June 13-19, 2021
- US Marine Corps Engineering & Construction Camp, Camp Lejeune, NC, June 20-26, 2021
- US Navy STEM Engineering & Construction Camp, Virtual due to COVID. Details TBD.
- US Air Force Academy Engineering & Construction Camp, Colorado Springs, CO, Jun 25-Jul 2, 2021
- US Air Force Engineering & Construction Camp, Scott Air Force Base, IL, July 26-31, 2021
Campers are supervised by mentors made up of professional engineers, engineering students, military personnel, educators, and other STEM professionals. These mentors are committed to inspiring campers to pursue STEM in college. Mentors are also resources for the campers, providing long-term connections for our alumni.
You can find more information about our Engineering & Construction camps, including dates, locations, and cost, at: www.same.org/stemcamps.
Please note, as of now, other than the Navy camp, SAME is proceeding with planning these camps as in-person experiences. However, our ability to host these camps will depend on the state of COVID going into the summer. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience among your student applicants if we end up having to shift again to a virtual event.