Summer Engineering Camp

Find Your Way Forward

Join us for Engineering Camp

2024 Summer Camp Dates | June 16-21, 2024


Our daily life uses products that contain digital, electronic, and computing systems. These products could be as large as airplanes and as tiny as earbuds. They improve our work efficiency and life convenience. The digital, electronic, and computing systems are designed and developed by scientists and engineers using circuits and microprocessors.

In this camp, campers will have hands-on experience building projects using the popular Arduino kit. The Arduino kit is a compact toolbox for campers to get familiar with circuit and software development with no prior experience. The campers will have fun playing with sensors, actuators, controllers, and displays.

Register for Camp

Total Registration Cost: $500

  • Base Cost: $450
  • Registration Fee (non-refundable): $50 

For students entering 9th grade to graduating seniors.


Cost includes resident hall lodging, three meals a day, snacks, and all major aspects of the camp. Our dining hall has many options for those with food allergies. However, we encourage you to bring appropriate snacks since not all snack options will meet all dietary needs.

Note: The $50 non-refundable registration fee is due at the time of registration. No student will be considered registered until they have submitted this fee. Balance of tuition and fees are due by May 31, 2024. Any registrations after June 1, 2024 will incur an additional $50 late registration fee.

Meet the Camp Director

Dr. Yang Zhao

Dr. Yang Zhao recently joined Indiana Wesleyan University as an Assistant Professor in Electrical Engineering. He has been teaching engineering for three years in Christian higher education after earning his PH.D. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering at Cleveland State University. Dr. Yang Zhao obtained his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Shenyang University of Technology, Liaoning, China. His research interest is in automatic control of electric machines, power systems, and surface vehicles.