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Build Something Great

A fun, hands-on experience with engineering, math, science and technology for middle school students.

Build a model electric car and solder circuitry within.

Learn Soldering Basics

Design and construct a mousetrap car.

Apply Mathematics

Construct a magnetic levitation vehicle.

Learn Problem Solving

Construct self-propelled airplanes. Paper airplanes & rubber band powered.

Apply Basic Scientific Methods

Utilize Computer-Aided Drawing (CAD) software.

Learn CAD Basics

Geocache on the Indiana Tech campus using a GPS device and math clues.

Explore With Geocaching

Learn about the engineering degrees offered at Indiana Tech.

Tour our Engineering Labs


Camp begins with a Monday, June 17 morning check-in. Parents must come in on first day of drop off to fill out release forms. Last day will be on June 21.

Campers should be dropped off each day at Zollner Engineering Center on the Fort Wayne Indiana Tech campus, 1600 E. Washington Blvd. Use Entrance 7, which is on the Maumee Avenue side of the campus, just past the wind turbine. Drop-off time is between 8:15 and 8:30 a.m. Pickup time is between 12:45 and 1 p.m.


The cost is $25 per student.

Cost includes all project materials, snacks, lunch on campus, an adult sized t-shirt and all camp activities.


Camp is now full for this summer.

You can reach Bill Copeland at and Kris Byndom at by email or by phone 260.422.5561, ext. 2216 if you have any questions.

Lost? Here's a campus map.


Funding for this camp has been provided by the Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO). NIPSCO is the largest natural gas distribution company and the second-largest electric distribution company in Indiana, serving more than a million customers over the northern third of the state.