Exercise your mind this summer!

Hey, middle school students!

Ivy Tech Community College Northeast in Fort Wayne is inviting all area middle school students on a journey into the exciting world of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) this summer.

Participants will . . .

  • Conduct environmentally friendly chemistry experiments
  • Defend computers from hackers and security threats
  • Study the chemistry of food
  • Explore area nature preserves
  • Identify animals and plants native to northeast Indiana
  • Program robots
  • Study alternate energy sources, such as wind and solar power
  • Tour area technology businesses

Camp dates and times:

Week 1: June 23–27, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Week 2: July 21–25, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Activities will vary between the camps.

Camp cost:

$149 for one week or $298 for both weeks
Fee covers T-shirt, lunch, snacks, supplies, and field trips. 
Children of Ivy Tech Northeast employees will receive a 25 percent discount ($111.75).

Age of participants:

Students 11–14 years old.

Scholarships available!

Need-based scholarships are available to ensure the summer camps embrace the full complement of diversity in our community by reaching out to the economically disadvantaged, including ethnic minorities, and attempting to identify a gender balance with camp participants. Contact Provi Mayo at 260-480-2070 or pmayo1@ivytech.edu for further details.

Space is limited! Register today.

If paying by credit card, call the bursar’s office at 260-480-2064. Be prepared to read your registration information over the phone.

If paying by check, complete the registration form and mail it and your check to:

Ivy Tech Community College Northeast
Attn: Bursar's Office
3800 N. Anthony Blvd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46805

Make your check payable to “Ivy Tech Community College Northeast” and write “Summer STEM Camp” on the memo line.

Thanks to the sponsors!

For more information on Ivy Tech Northeast’s STEM initiatives or the summer camps, contact Provi Mayo, Ph.D., at pmayo1@ivytech.edu  or (260) 480-2070.


Photos from past STEM Camps

students at pond

students with demonstrator

students at picnic table

students and pond

Chancellor and Student