STEM Camps

Our STEM Camps unleash every student’s creativity while they build lifelong skills. These camps have reached 2000+ youth participants in more than 50 tech education programs. Sponsored by corporations and by partnerships with other non-profits, we are bringing high quality STEM education into underserved communities across the US and internationally.

Our Camps

Partnership Programming

Cybersecurity Camp

A SSF & CIS Collaboration
The Cybersecurity Camp Teaches High School Students About Cybersecurity Safety & Careers

  • 20 underserved students from schools in North Carolina participated in the camp.
  • Students learned how to identify, prevent, and resolve data breaches and cyber security incidents.
  • 100% of students reported that their knowledge and understanding of cybersecurity increased.
  • More than $600 was distributed in rewards and incentives.
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HTML Web Design Camp

A SSF & CIS Collaboration
The Html Web Design Camp Introduces Middle School Students To Web Design And Development.

  • 22 underserved students participated in the camp from CIS Whitewater Middle School.
  • The students learned the basics about HTML and how to use it to design and develop websites.
  • 100% of the students reported that their knowledge and understanding increased after participating in the camp.
  • More than $300 was distributed in rewards and incentives.
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Game Design Camp

A SSF & EAH Housing Collaboration
The Game Design Camp Introduces High School Students To Game Design And Programming Basics In A Fun And Hands On Way.

  • 14 students between 2nd – 6th grade from 5 different EAH Housing Locations in California participated in the camp.
  • The participants were able to learn the basics of game design in a fun and practical way.
  • 100% of the students reported having a better idea and knowledge about the basics of game design and development.
  • More than $400 was distributed among the participants as rewards and incentives.
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Tiny Scientist Program

A SSF & Liberty Partnership Program​ Collaboration
The Tiny Scientist Program Introduces Various Science Topics in a Fun, Hands on Approach for Younger Students.

  • 12 students from 2nd - 5th grade participated in the event.
  • The young students were introduced to various science topics in a fun and hands-on approach.
  • The students were encouraged and learned the wonders of science through interaction and questioning.
  • More than $200 was distributed to the participants in rewards and incentives. They were also provided certificates.
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HTML Web Design Camp

A SSF & Liberty Partnership Program​ Collaboration
The goal of the Web Design Camp is to introduce students to web design basics.

  • 11 students between 8th – 11th grade registered from LPP/Hoftrsa Program to attend the event.
  • The event introduced the young students to the basics of web design and development.
  • 100% of the students learned the basic ideas of how to create a website from start to finish.
  • More than $200 was distributed among the students in reviews and incentives.
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Corporately Sponsored Programming

Hackathon

A SSF & VELA Collaboration
Our Hackathon Teaches Students How to Code and Make Ideas Come to Life.

  • 827 girls registered from 30 countries and 19 US states. 20 SSF volunteers and employees along with 25 tech mentors also participated.
  • The participants learned about programming and hacking.
  • 80% of participants said their programming knowledge increased and 95% said they would recommend this hackathon.
  • All of the participants were awarded certificates of completion.
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Hackathon

Sponsored by NetScout
Our Hackathon Teaches Students How to Code and Make Ideas Come to Life.

  • 290 students from 9 countries and 13 US states registered and 75 students attended the program, along with 20+ mentors and employees.
  • The participants gained valuable knowledge about cyber security programming and ethical hacking.
  • 88% of the attendees reported a significant increase in their expertise and 100% of them said they would recommend this event to others.
  • Awards and incentives were split amongst teams based on the beginners and advanced categories.
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Entrepreneurship Camp

A SSF & NetScout Collaboration
The Entrepreneurship Camp Teaches High School Students About Business And Entrepreneurship.

  • 29 underserved students participated in the camp from across the country from California to North Carolina.
  • The camp helped high school students learn how to develop a business from idea to pitch.
  • 100% of the students reported that they had a better understanding of entrepreneurship ideas and process after the camp.
  • More than $550 was distributed in rewards and incentives.
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