Engineering Camp Charlotte will return to Queens University for 2020!
A variety of programs are open to children in rising kindergarten – 11th grades. The programs will run Monday – Thursday, 9am to 3:30pm, and Fridays 9am to 3pm. Drop off hours are 8:30am to 9am. Pick up hours are 3:30pm to 4pm (Monday – Thursday).
The program will run four separate week-long programs.
- Session I: July 6 – 10 (General Engineering for Middle school; General Engineering for High School)
- Session II: July 13 – 17 (General Engineering for Elementary School; Introduction to Engineering)
- Session III: July 20 – 24 (Mechanical Engineering: Machines, Motors, and More; General Engineering for High School)
- Session IV: July 27 – 31 (Aerospace Engineering: Our Atmosphere and Beyond; Introduction to Engineering)
Flashback to 2019
We had SO much fun during our 2019 season. Our campers studied aerospace and mechanical engineering in our first ever specialty weeks. We had K2 students reading stories and solving problems the main characters had using engineering. We had high school students designing and presenting prototypes to address one of the 14 Grand Challenges of their choice. We had elementary and middle school students communicating and collaborating their way through the engineering design process to solve problems from a multitude of engineering disciplines. Want to see? Click here to check out the sights and sounds from 2019!
2020 Camp Information
Roger’s Hall at Queens University
1900 Selwyn Avenue, Charlotte 28207
Elem/Middle School: $395/week
High School: $395/week
Specialty Theme Weeks: $395/week
*Optional lunch available in Queens Dining Hall for $52/week.
The camp will conclude each Friday afternoon with a Future Engineers Exhibition open to family members.
Parking will be provided.
NEW Curriculum Each Summer
The program guides students through the engineering design process as they tackle exciting engineering design challenges throughout each week-long program. Students will also learn about the National Academy of Engineering’s 14 Grand Challenges and the careers available to them in the various fields of engineering.
Each summer the curriculum changes, so no camp experience is ever the same!
Each team is led by a two staff members. All staff will participate in a selective hiring process and will be trained by NC State’s College of Engineering.
Full background checks of all staff members are conducted each season.
Full refunds will be offered before May 1, 2020. Between May 1 and June 1, the program will refund $300. No refunds after June 1, 2020.
More Information About Lunch Option
Queens University’s Young Dining Hall offers a salad bar, pizza bar, cold sandwiches, hot entrees, drinks and desserts. The cost for this optional lunch is $52. Students may bring their lunch from home.