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cAMP - The fun of camp, the power of AMP

Inspired by the Institute of Flight's Aerospace Maker Project (AMP), cAMP takes the best parts of science-themed camps and adds the rigor, excitement, and skills of AMP, focusing on the 3D-printing technology that has changed manufacturing so dramatically. cAMP sessions are designed for students entering grades 4 - 8.

Focusing on STEAM

The Institute of Flight is proud to offer five extraordinary summer camp sessions, based on STEAM, which stands for science, technology, engineering, arts, and math. You'll notice that we've added the arts to STEM, encouraging a larger discussion about the role of creativity, artistic processes, and design within technical fields such as aircraft manufacturing, software development, and the larger wired world. The Institute of Flight strongly believes in the value of STEAM and the inclusion of the arts as a primary source of inspiration for young people, and an important additional pathway for their careers and lives. cAMP is dedicated to that idea and uses STEAM as a method for defining each of the five sessions.

Science Camp - Week 1 (July 4-8): This session is devoted to exploring the natural flight of birds and insects, weather and the effects of climate change, and how aviation and ecology intersect. Participants can look forward to exploring alternative fuels, solar power, and learning more about how other creatures fly.

Technology Camp - Week 2 (July 11-15): For those interested in drones, robotics, 3D-modeling and printing, among other topics, this is your ideal session. Technology Camp will provide unique insights into additive manufacturing, the roles of machines in society, and the tools humans use to create the extraordinary aircraft of the twenty-first century.

Engineering Camp - Week 3 (July 18-22): This is a session devoted to solving problems and providing solutions to a wide range of challenges. Anyone attending Engineering Camp can expect to find lots of mental exercise as they provide designs for structures and aircraft, and answer tough questions about the best ways to build things.

Arts Camp - Week 4 (July 25-29): In the hopes that we can address all types of brains, and all kinds of thinking, Week 4 is devoted to more creative pursuits, using a wide range of media. From pencils and paint to 3D-modeling and photography, Arts Camp provides a unique environment for creative young people who want to explore that passion using every conceivable tool.

Math Camp - Week 5 (August 1-5): For a more rigorous mental workout, our Math Camp will focus on the ways numbers work, especially in terms of programming, computer-assisted design, and the engineering of successful flying machines. Proof that math can be fun, available this summer.


Small group sizes mean reservations are limited so please call 800-464-1476 to find out when registration begins

cAMP sessions run Monday - Friday, from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Each session is $300 for members, $350 for all others. Extended care is available from 6:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. and from 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. for $50 per camper for each session booked. cAMPerships are available for applicants in need.

cAMP participants will need to bring a non-refrigerated lunch and any scheduled medications. Cell phones are not permitted during cAMP programs or activities.  

Once the session is booked, the $25 deposit is non-refundable. The balance for each canceled session will be refunded for cancellations made no later than two weeks prior to the session start date.

For more information, please contact Gus Posey at 425-438-8100 x231 or