SciGirls Summer Camps

SciGirls campers search for clues on an archeological dig. SciGirls campers search for clues on an archeological dig.

Launched in 2006, the camps are run by the MagLab and WFSU. SciGirls Summer Camp is for campers (rising 6th, 7th, and 8th graders) who want to work on hands-on science and engineering projects, meet female role models, and interact with scientists and engineers, all while learning about the MagLab and science across the world.

 During their experience, campers will receive:

  • An exposure to a wide range of MagLab science and engineering disciplines.
  • STEM experiences (labs, lectures, demonstrations).
  • Opportunities to collaborate with other SciGirls campers and meet diverse women in STEM.
  • Interactions with scientists and engineers.
  • Materials to participate in STEM projects.
  • A unique SciGirls Virtual Summer Camp T-shirt.
 

SciGirls Summer Camp


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SciGirls Summer Camp is an epic science adventure for middle schoolers who are interested in a journey in STEM fields. This one-week summer experience will ignite their pursuit of a future academic path in STEM as the campers experience a deeper look into the world of MagLab research with opportunities to meet successful female scientists and find their SciGirls STEM path. SciGirls is for those who want to delve into the activity of doing science and take on a STEM adventure. 

2023 Camp Information

Application Deadline: April 8, 2023
Camp Cost: $200 with scholarships available (Scholarship information in application)
Camp Location: National Magnet Lab, Tallahassee, FL
Camp Times: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM EST
Camp Dates: TBD. June or July 2023.

How to apply

The information collected in the application process will not be shared with any third parties; it is necessary in order to contact campers once they have been accepted. View our Internet privacy policy.

  1. Complete an online application (Available in January 2023).
  2. Parent or legal guardian must download and complete a pdfconsent form, then scan and email it to (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

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Last modified on 31 August 2022