This link provides information about educational programs put on by the Grout Museum District in Waterloo, IA. In addition to summer camps, there are also more specific programs such as a rocket camp and science fair.

A website developed by Iowa Hyperstream which provides information about technology camps and programs as well as scholarships for all students.

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.

Northeast Iowa Community College

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.

This website provides a vast amount of information about different activities including STEM programs, summer programs and volunteer opportunities. The information is geared for students in grades 7-12.

University of Iowa

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.

This website provides information about Camp Invention. There is information provided for both parents and educators. Click on 'Register' to search for programs in Iowa.

Offered in several areas around Iowa, including Ankeny, Urbandale, Waukee and West Des Moines, Youth Tech Inc. offers classes in areas such as robotics, web design and 3D animation among others. Classes are open to kids aged 7 to 17 from June through August and registration fees start around $150.00, but may vary. Each class period is three hours long and runs over a course of four days. Youth Tech Inc. was created in Iowa and is able to offer these opportunities through partnerships with community colleges and other local schools.

This website is developed by "Mad Science Iowa". A large amount of information about after school programs, workshops, grade-focused events and camps is provided.

STEM programs for students of all ages at New York University. Students can choose from a variety of topics such as life science, robotics, computer programming, and much more.