DU SciTech Summer Camp

University of Denver's Science and Technology "SciTech" Summer Camp is for middle school-aged girls interested in learning about biodiversity and ecology, computer programming, technology, physics and astronomy.

Run entirely by DU faculty, this unique experience provides SciTech campers hands-on experiences building computers and learning about microscopes, telescopes and more.

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Stay tuned for 2020 camp details.


Students who have completed grades 6, 7 or 8 are welcome to apply. There is very limited space available.

Please note, this camp is designed to provide access to the sciences for youth who would otherwise not have that privilege due to financial constraints. 

For that reason, priority will be given to girls who identify with historically underrepresented groups in the sciences, and will be FREE for those whose families can demonstrate financial need. 

Ready to apply or nominate a student? Contact duscitech@gmail.com for application information.

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Community Partners

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Denver Public Schools

Working with DPS, we are able to recruit and support local students as they embark on DU SciTech Summer Camp.

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This program is made possible thanks in part to a Bridge Grant from DU's Center for Community Engagement to advance Scholarship and Learning.

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Denver Museum of Nature and Science

Thank you to our partners at DMNS for hosting DU SciTech campers at the museum for a day. 


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