GIRL/GIRL+ Camp FAQ
Q: What is GIRL Camp?
A: GIRL (Girls in Robotics Leadership) Camp is a free, week-long summer camp program for middle school students entering the 7th or 8th grade. Campers learn robotics and STEM concepts through peer mentoring and a fun, interactive robotics activities.
Q: What is GIRL+ Camp?
A: GIRL+ Camp is a free summer camp program for high school students entering the 10th, 11th, or 12th grade focused on motivating them to pursue STEM related fields. The campers learn leadership skills, coding, and physical computing with Arduino and robotics.
Q: How much does GIRL camp cost?
A: GIRL Camp is FREE for all participants.
Q: Where is GIRL Camp?
A: There are locations all across the United States and we are expanding every year. The list of locations for summer 2023 will be available in early 2023.
Q: How do I apply to GIRL Camp?
A: A link for each site will be available in our web site or contact the GIRL/GIRL+ Camp Affiliate Director for the site for more information about the application process.
Q: How do I host a GIRL/GIRL+ Camp?
A: Please contact email@example.com for more information on how to host a GIRL or GIRL+ Camp.
Q: Is GIRL Camp a residential camp?
A: No, GIRL Camp is not a residential camp and campers do not stay overnight.
Q: What experience do I need to apply to GIRL/GIRL+ Camp?
A: There is no experience required to attend GIRL/GIRL+ Camp. We encourage all students, especially students from the underrepresented groups to apply regardless of skill level.
Q: What grade do I need to be in to attend camp?
A: GIRL Camp is for middle school students entering the 7th and 8th grade. GIRL+ Camp is for high school students entering the 10th, 11th, and 12th grade.
Q: Where can I find more information about GIRL Camp?
A: You can find all the information about GIRL Camp, the locations, and the applications on the C-STEM website . If you have any questions or concerns please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
* While the purpose of the camps is to motivate girls to learn leadership and STEM concepts, all students, regardless of gender are welcome to apply.