4-H Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)



  • Friday, June 19, 2020, 6:00 PM - Sunday, June 21@ 12:00 PM

What is the 4-H STEM Program?  

4-H aims to grow the next generation of inventors, entrepreneurs and problem-solvers by giving youth plenty of opportunities to try their hands at real world science. 4-H Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) projects give families science enrichment opportunities and connects kids to Cornell’s science outreach programs.

How Does NYS 4-H STEM Camp Work?

Science camp has six tracks to choose from. Each camper chooses one track to learn about for the weekend. You may choose from Rocketry, Sustainable Energy, Robotics, Geocaching, or Outdoor Adventure. Class sizes are limited and will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.


Q: Who can attend camp?

A: Any youth 10-years old and older.

Q: Can my parents stay at the camp?

A: Yes, parents may stay as chaperones/volunteers.

Q: What does it cost to attend?

A: $75 per attendee.

Q: Where will I sleep?

A: In the same bunks/cabins used during summer camp.

Q: What will I eat?

A: Delicious & nutritious meals prepared by the

volunteers and educators.

Q: What will I need to bring?

A: Sleeping bag, pillow, personal care items, flashlight,

extra shoes, swimsuit, towels, etc

For further information CLICK HERE.

Early Registration/Payment by May 1st and receive a FREE T-shirt.


Schoharie County - Teresa Adell, tla47@cornell.edu, or 518-234-4303 x113 or 518-296-8310

Otsego County - Patti Zellmer, psz2@cornell.edu, 607-547-2536 x225


$75 per person. First come, first served


4-H Camp Shankitunk
2420 Arbor Hill Rd
Delhi, NY 13753

Last updated June 9, 2020