SAME Robins


SAME has been supporting science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) events for over 30 years and conducting camps for almost 20 years.

Our camps are world-class and feature a very impressive record of producing thousands of engineers and STEM leaders. They provide a rigorous experience for students interested in exploring STEM skills and careers. Campers gain a sense of what it takes to become a STEM professional and what options exist to explore that interest from high school to college and beyond. Each camp has a unique curriculum that generally features hands-on activities conducted in a competitive environment that promote teamwork, leadership, project management, and problem solving.

Campers are supervised by mentors made up of professional engineers, engineering students, military personnel, educators, and other STEM professionals. These mentors are committed to inspiring campers to pursue STEM in college. Mentors are also resources for the campers, providing long-term connections for our alumni.

Am I Eligible?

To qualify for consideration, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a U.S. citizen.
  • Be at least 15 years old and have completed their freshman year of high school at the time he/she departs for camp.
  • For the US Army Camp you must have completed your sophomore year in high school.
  • Be enrolled in school at the time of the camp.
  • Be on a high school track that will provide a basis for attending an accredited engineering college or university (i.e., taking appropriate math and science courses).
  • Have an intent to pursue a degree in architecture, engineering or a related field.
  • Have demonstrated leadership characteristics through participation in extra-curricular activities, sports, and/or community activities.
  • Be physically fit and healthy.
  • Be of high moral character.
  • Students who have attended an SAME Engineering & Construction Camp previously are not eligible to attend another Engineering and Construction Camp.

There are more details on the Camp Application.

For more information visit the National SAME web page STEM Camps page at



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