Macomb Community College Career Academies Academies provide hands-on exploration of careers for high school students Registration is open for Macomb Community College’s ten summer career academies, which offer high-school students an opportunity for hands-on exploration of careers guided by professionals in those fields. Career academies include:
Wayne State University: C2 Pipeline Warriors College Experience 2019 Are you ready for college? Have thoughts of a profession in Health Care or in a STEM field? Want to be challenged, meet new people and have fun? If you answered yes to any of these, then the WSU C2 Pipeline Warriors College Experience is for you!
July 23rd through August 2nd, Towers Residence Hall (Midtown Campus)
Geared towards students entering their senior year for the 2018 - 2019 school year
Students will choose a "track" of their interest and learn more about that speficic career/field
Students will be able to experience firsthand what college is like
Students will attend pre-planned activities and sleep overnight in our on campus residential halls
Six Track Options for the Warrior's College Experience
Wayne State University: Summer 2019 Day Camps All summer day camps are geared toward students in grades 8th-11th and will be held on campus at Wayne State University, Monday-Thursday. Transportation to campus and meals are provided daily for each camp.
Beyond the Lemonade Stand: Young Entrepreneurs Create Great Businesses
Biomedical Engineering & Sports Medicine
Girls Who Code
Cardboard Boat Competition
Wayne State University: Summer Engineering Camp WSU College of Engineering and Department of Computer Science are offering several camps designed to assist elementary, middle, and high school aged students in learning some of the skills needed to participate in the opportunities that are available by considering a career in engineering and computer and information Science.
Oakland University Career Exploration Summer Camps Hands-on skill-building activities. Roll-up-your-sleeves team exercises. Action-packed field trips. And dynamic discussions with OU faculty, staff and industry professionals. Our Career Camps offer you:
a thorough look into current and emerging career fields
highlights of the knowledge and skills you’ll need for each career
essential information on projected employment - where the jobs are and will continue to grow
steps you can take while you're still in high school to prepare for your future
Explore your future career and prepare for the 21st-century workplace. So, you'll do what you love and love what you do.
Youth Development and Mentoring The MDOT Youth Development and Mentoring Program runs from late June until the end of August. Summer highlights include: College Campus Tours, MDOT Facility Tours, Capital Building & Museum Tour, Resume Writing Workshop, Interviewing Skills Workshop, and much more!
The mission of the Michigan Department of Transportation Youth Development and Mentoring Program (YDMP), in partnership with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), is to prepare a diverse workforce for the future by providing participants with opportunities to pursue higher education, personal growth, and transportation careers.The program values responsibility, empowerment, respect, integrity, relationship building, and safety. MDOT offers mentoring activities and sessions to teach job and life skills, introduce college/university options, and present high school students and recent high school graduates with information about careers in civil engineering, road construction and maintenance, planning, and other areas of transportation.
Air Force Academy Sports Camp Opportunities for athletes of all ages to hone their skills in their sport of choice: baseball, basketball, cheerleading, cross country, diving, fencing, football, golf, gymnastics, hockey, lacrosse, rugby, soccer, swimming, tennis, track & field, volleyball, & wrestling
Michigan OUTofDOORS Youth Camp Michigan OUTofDOORS Youth Camp is held for five weeks during the summer at the Cedar Lake Outdoor Center near Chelsea, MI. This camp is special because of the emphasis placed on engaging youth in the outdoors and connecting them to the environment.Campers will return home feeling positive about their experience and excited about the new skills they learned while at camp.
Michigan Tech Summer Youth Program Summer camp? Sort of... but better. Our programs aren't ordinary, and neither are our students. They build robots, rappel down cliffs, perform chemical diagnostics, fly airplanes, and make movies. They come from across the country and around the world to learn engineering, film production, molten metal casting, and more--all in an adventurous, fun, and hands-on way.