A student works on a robot during a summer 2020 high school camp.


Kettering University offers more than 25 unique camps and learning experiences; from robotics to cyber security to leadership development to biological sciences.  Our programs serve everyone from first graders to graduating high school seniors. 

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Started in 1984, Kettering University developed the AIM program to help students of color make a successful transition from high school to college.

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Students can learn how consumer electronics, automobiles and robots are made. Or students interested in programming can learn Python or about cyber security. 

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Using their creativity, students will participate with others to build their vision of one of several scenarios. They will make use of LEGOS to show how teamwork can bring their vision to reality.

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Raise your leadership skills with timeless lessons from top experts. From the power of communication to the art of negotiation, each day we'll explore a new topic about the components and challenges of leadership. And we'll do it all through interactive activities that put learning into action. Whether you choose the online or day camp option, you'll be constantly interacting with others and learning in a hands-on way.

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Designed for young women, the LITES program explores the role that math, science and technology play in the development of innovations that make the world a better place. All classes and labs are taught by our amazing faculty. Students will also have opportunities to strike up meaningful relationships with female mentors. 

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High school students can become a master of machinery, collaborate on building and designing the robot and develop autonomous programs for robots in these camps. 

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These camps will allow students to use their newly acquired JAVA skills to program a pre-constructed robot as well as gain basic engineering knowledge. 

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High school students in these camps can use JAVA and basic tool skills in a friendly robot competition or learn how to program an aerial drone. Students in grades 4-8 can participate in the VEX IQ game. 

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