Summer 2023 Dates Announced: July 10-28. Registration opens in February.
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Since 2007, the University of New Hampshire has been working toward bridging the gap between education and workforce development through a program called UNH Tech Camp. Every summer, middle and high school students visit the UNH campus in Durham to collaborate with one another through activities focused on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Under the UNH Tech Camp umbrella, students can take part in such programs as Techsplorers for grades 5-8, Techventurers for grades 7-10, Techleaders for grades 10-12, the Dinah Whipple STEAM Academy. In addition, there’s Tech for Teachers, for K-12 teachers.
The camp is offered through the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, which allows students in the summer program to access the school’s state-of-the-art facilities, advanced technology and even its faculty.
In 2011, the camp added special projects that include areas of focus such as regenerative medicine and biofabrication, thanks to support from NH CREATES, a workforce development initiative. Read full story.
Amy Booth is a key member of the Tech Camp team. If you have any questions about this year’s programs, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Amy has been affiliated with Tech Camp and the Tech for Teachers Institute since 2015. She attended the latter for three consecutive summers before taking on various positions at Tech Camp, including day counselor, project assistant and project leader. She assumed the role of project director for our NH CREATES workforce development initiative in the fall of 2021. Contact email: email@example.com. Our FAQ and annual report may also be of interest.
Our Sponsors Make a Difference!
Thanks to the generosity of UNH Tech Camp donors and sponsors we are able to provide scholarships to students in financial need and keep our tuition costs as low as possible. Learn more about supporting Tech Camp!
Work With Us, It's Fun!
UNH Tech Camp hires day and night counselors for the three-week sessions in July. We are looking for enthusiastic, energetic STEM undergraduates and graduate students who enjoy working with youth and helping them learn about science and engineering!