STEM Camps for Girls

The Summer 2023 Camp Guide is available for download. Registration is open!

Our science and engineering camps for girls combine all the activities in our regular camp sessions with the benefit of a girls-only* experience. Your camper can learn coding, design, robotics, and more in these camps for girls ages 6-12. 

*The Works Museum is committed to improving gender equity and representation in STEM. Our programs for girls are inclusive and welcoming to gender-expansive students (cisgender and transgender girls, non-binary or gender non-conforming students, and any other girl-identifying youth).

Looking for camps for the 2022-2023 school year? Click below to view the schedule.

Register for camp by clicking on the date of the camp you would like your child to to attend.

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Registration Information for 2023 Summer Camps

January 30, 2023: ⚙︎  Innovators Club registration begins.
February 1, 2023: Member registration begins.
February 6, 2023: Public registration begins.

⚙︎ HINT: If you’re registering for 2 or more camps, an Innovators Club membership could save you money.
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Camps for Ages 6-8

$225, $202.50 members
Same great LEGO Engineering camp, in a section for girls. Build elevators, wind-up cars, and catapults with specialty LEGO pieces. Explore with gears, pulleys, and other moving parts.
M-Th, July 31-Aug.3, 1-4 p.m.CAMP FULL Sign up for the waitlist

$250, $225 members
Same great Robocoding camp, in a section for girls. Work in pairs to build little robots using special LEGO WeDo 2.0 pieces. Program your creations using iPads and coding software.
M-Th, July 24-27, 1-4 p.m.

Camps for Ages 9-12

$250, $225 members
Same great Code Camp camp, in a section for girls. Explore computer programming using a simple Raspberry Pi computer that fits in the palm of your hand. Create mods for Minecraft using Python code.
M-Th, June 26-29, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

$250, $225 members
Same great LEGO Robotics camp, in a section for girls. Design, build, and program robotic creations using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system. Write computer programs for your robot to complete a mission.
M-Th, August 14-17, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Tips for Camp Registration:

  • Want a 5-day experience for your camper? Add on a Friday One Day Camp to the regular camp week.
  • Want to try a 1-day experience? Register just for One Day Camps or look at our July 4th week camps.
  • The session you wanted is full? Get on the wait list to be notified if we’re able to add extra sessions.
  • Want a full-day experience? Register for an a.m. and p.m. camp. We supervise campers while they enjoy lunch from home and play between camps. There is no need to register for lunch supervision for children combining an a.m. and a p.m. camp.
  • Drop-off begins at 8:30 for a.m. camps and at 12:30 for p.m. camps.
  • Pick-up is from 12-12:15 for a.m. camps and 4-4:15 for p.m. camps.
  • By registering for camp you attest that you have read and agree to the camp and cancellation policies of The Works Museum.

Save money on camps and more when you become a member of The Works Museum. Purchase a membership today!