This website provides links to several different summer camps within Iowa. Some locations include Coralville, Iowa City and Hiawatha. There are camps for all ages and grade levels. The different camps expand across several different subject areas.
Parents & Students
Welcome to FindSTEMIowa! We invite you to use this site to search for STEM opportunities, resources, and activities. Below is a limited listing of STEM opportunities and resources that may be useful to you. For a more comprehensive listing, please use our resources database, where you can search more STEM resources by keyword.
Online math games for grades 1-6. Students are able to practice word and logic problems on this site while having fun.
Provided by Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC), this website gives information about summer camps put on by the college. Some of the programs include "Going Buggy Camp" and "Robotics Olympics" but there are a variety of other options.
With an emphasis on engineering, this PBS website provides kids with a platform to design and build objects and learn about engineering through interactive games.
Based on a PBS Kids show, SciGirls is geared for tween girls, ages 8 to 12, with STEM-based videos, games, and projects.
Activities for parents to do with their children from infancy through 2nd grade. You can even track your child's developmental milestones.
Information about programs and events for girls in elementary and middle school through the Girls in Science Initiative of the Science Center of Iowa.
Games, quizzes, projects, and videos for kids to explore all areas of STEM.
Technology and Engineering programs for elementary and middle school aged children with locations in North Carolina and Madison, Wisconsin. Students can learn basic computer skills or computer programming in the offered programs.
STEM Scouts is an organization that allows students to get together with a group of their peers and a STEM professional to explore areas that interest them. STEM Scouts also provides a mobile lab that can come to your town or school!
This link gives information about summer programs and camps for students in elementary, junior high and high school students. There are several programs which fall within the STEM domain.