Check-In: HCC dorms 12:00-12:45 pm
Orientation: 1:00 pm on first day
Graduation: 10:00 am on final day
- June 1-6, 2024
- June 8-13, 2024
- June 22-27, 2024
- July 13-18, 2024*
- July 20-25, 2024
*Astronaut John Herrington will be a part of the July 13-18 session, $100 additional fee applies.
To register for a camp, a parent or guardian can log in to an existing profile on the Camper Portal. New users will need to create a new profile. For more information about registering for a camp, view the FAQ page. If you have questions or need help, please contact the camp support team from the CONTACT page.
Please check out the Preparing for Overnight Camp document.
*If the camp your camper wishes to attend is sold out, please email email@example.com with your name, the camper’s name, and camp date to be placed on a waitlist.
- Complete a mission to orbit the Moon using both the Cosmosphere’s Mission Control Center and Astralis capsule-based simulator modeled after NASA’s Orion capsule
- Design a model rocket and test maximum altitude. Next, launch a powerful 2-stage model rocket with a payload to test launch conditions.
- Plan and conduct a live press conference.
- Train like an astronaut in the 4-G Centrifuge, the Multi-Axis Trainer (MAT), and a Russian Soyuz Spacecraft Simulator!
- Learn to fly drones through an obstacle course.
- Use your engineering skills to build a Rube Goldberg machine.
- Dive into exciting worlds using virtual reality technology.
- Build team communication and problem-solving skills on Cosmosphere’s CosmoWorks Challenge Course.
Career Clusters Focus:
- Arts, A/V Tech and Communications
- Education and Training
- Information Technology
- Science, Technology, Engineering, Math
Activities are subject to change. Significant changes will be communicated prior to camp.