STEM Scholars Camp open to public

April 28, 2023

By Sarah Neumann

Note: Registration for the 2023 STEM Scholars Summer Camps is now closed. You may fill out the waitlist form to be considered. Parents who registered their children will receive confirmation of their enrollment.

Idaho National Laboratory is announcing the third year of its STEM Scholars Camp summer program. This year’s theme is “Physics: Science Fundamentals.” Four-day sessions will run during June and July for students entering grades one to 12. Using a place-based learning approach, STEM Scholars camps focus on age-appropriate scientific research questions and real-world problem-solving. The camps are free for all participants and learning materials are provided. 


June 12-15: grades six to eight and grades nine to 12 

June 19-22: grades three to five 

June 26-29: grades three to five 

July 5-7: grades one and two 

July 10-12: grades one and two 

July 17-20: grades three to five 

July 24-27: grades three to five 

The camps run from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., each day. Students will be dropped off and picked up at University Place in Idaho Falls. 

Most STEM Scholars lessons and activities will be held at University Place and nearby outdoor locations but will also include field work, hands-on activities and some outings with travel on INL buses.  

To register your student, click here 

INL News Release  
April 28, 2023

Sarah Neumann, 208-526-0490,
Adrienne Petrovic, 208-526-1544, 


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