The MTL Summer Camp will return in 2022

We have welcomed families with children in grades 1-7 to the MTL Summer Camp since 2018. Our New Jersey State registered STREAM program includes activities and lab-time in Science, Technology, Recreation, Engineering, Art, Math, and Medicine. If your child is a budding biologist, aspiring artist, scientist, designer or a miniature medic - our camp will be packed with fun, color, invention, discovery, and creativity. Morning and afternoon sessions will include content from our regular schedule as well as summer-time science-based activities, outdoor games, demos, launches, and filming. Campers will be grouped by age (grades 1-3 and 4-7) and can pick from a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities each day.


2019 Location: Kids need sun, fun and, space to explore when school is out! Campers will enjoy air-conditioned rooms as well as spacious outdoor facilities at Aquinas Academy in Livingston New Jersey.  














MTL camp counselors and instructors have high-school, undergraduate, and graduate-level training in science topics. All of our staff have completed background checks and have experience with teaching STEM classes or other grade school or college classes. Complete a camp interest form - meet the faculty at our open house events in April and May and orientation session in early June. 



We will provide healthy, summer-time snacks. Full-day campers will need to bring a labeled nut-free packed lunch. Weather permitting, lunch will be taken outside. A new lunch option for 2019 is to order lunch through Simply Gourmet. Details will be sent once you have completed your registration. 



Flexible weekly options with early drop-off and late pick up are available between July 8 - August 2nd 2019.


2019 Camp Costs:

Prices are per week, per child. Call us if you need to spread your days out or register several campers.

Early bird rates expired on April 15th. Sibling discounts and friend referral 10% discount are available and are applied at checkout.









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  • Food Science: Dietetic students will teach campers about eating choices, nutrition, and safe cooking practices. Which vitamins and proteins do our bodies make and which ones do we need to get from our foods?

  • Campers will explore the food rainbow and make some simple, delicious summer foods that will help them stay refreshed and nourished.

  • Campers will learn about the science and techniques behind flavors and textures while experimenting with tempering chocolate, making ice-cream, soda, smoothies, sour candy, marinades, garlic, and chili.

  • Art &  Design If your child is a budding artist, scientist or designer, HTC-Vive virtual reality painting and design is a unique opportunity for them to create and invent. Students will be trained to use the diverse features of Tilt Brush before releasing their most creative energy to design their very own masterpieces.  Images will be captured and printed on customized t-shirts and printed materials for campers to take home. 

  • Robots & Coding For kids who are new to robots and coding, campers will program Ozobots and Jimu robots. More advanced coders / robotics enthusiasts will work with LEGO Boost, Mindstorms and Arduino.

  • Augmented reality, or AR, is overlaying virtual information on the physical world. This typically means visual information delivered through a handheld device like a tablet, phone or head-mounted display. In a new module for the 2019 camp students will learn about the differences between augmented reality and virtual reality and will get to sample some of the latest applications. AR allows students to grasp complex STEM concepts 

  • Help NASA visualize and communicate space exploration.

  • Take NASA data and create/share cool visuals.

  • NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) needs our help to take complex scientific data and planet images and turn them into informative graphics to convey a simple and easy to understand messages!

  • The JPL’s newest venture is called JPL Infographics, and they need our help to create and post your very own creations of scientific graphic art.

  • Participate in a data science experiment. 

  • YouTube, gaming and mobile video are a large part of daily life these days.

  • Learn how to create your own video content and publish it to a private channel 

  • If your kids love YouTube and want to learn how to create their own vlogs, they will love this activity.

  • Design apps and games using the latest technology in motion capture 

  • The race is on to find cures for diseases that affect people across the world and in our communities

  • Do you know the code - the DNA code? You will by the end of this camp session.

  • Learn how to unravel the mysteries behind a disease and launch an investigation into potential treatments. 

  • Start your journey as a cure detective

  • Toys are fun to play with but did you know they are also great for learning about science?

  • Learn about the physics of drones and quadcopter flight.

  • Discover Newton's Laws of Motion using Hotwheels on and off the tracks

  • What makes bubble machines work?

  • How are RC toys controlled?

  • The answers to these questions and more are all to be discovered in this fun series of indoor and outdoor experiments

  • Campers will design, build and enjoy a wide range of PVC pipe creations during the My Tech Learning PVC Workshops

  • Using versatile PVC pipe, a tape measure, glue, the help of instructors and your imagination, you can create amazing crafts, tools and water features. 

  • The joint team camp project will be to build a tiny house out of PVC pipe using a geodesic dome design. This is a great example of outdoor math fun!

  • Campers and instructors will construct the dome as well as design unique decorative covers over the course of each camp week

  • Experience the latest in music technology

  • Gets hands on experience with DJ mixing applications that accurately recreate a traditional DJ setup in virtual reality. 

  • Use PRIME to remix songs and create your own arrangements.

  • As a follow-up to our Science and Tech in Beauty event, we have sessions at camp on this topic

  • How are beauty products and clothes made? Experiment, test and make your own products.

  • Have ever wondered how STEAM is related to fashion or beauty? 

  • Explore how data science and artificial intelligence are being used in the cosmetics and fashion industry

  • Explore beauty and fashion apps and design your own.

  • Campers can choose a variety of different activities throughout the day or stick with a theme they love. Break time and outdoor games include, but are not limited to, water play and visiting the spa station to make bath bombs, soap, and sensory bottles.