All Girls* Camps

2023 Summer Camps registration is OPEN! Click the button below to register today!
Girls* and women* bring value and diversity to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics), and through providing a girl*-focused space, we hope to encourage and inspire the next generation of women* in STEM.

As part of our mission to bring science and engineering to groups that are traditionally underrepresented in STEM fields, Geering Up hosts All Girls* camps throughout the summer as well as a dedicated All Girls* Week. Join us in 2023 to explore new technologies and celebrate girls* in STEM!

* All cis and trans girls, genderqueer or non-binary people, and those who identify as other gender minorities are welcome.

What are All Girls* Summer Camps?

In addition to our regular camps, certain camps throughout the summer will be designated as All Girls* camps held in girl*-focused spaces! If you are looking to register a boy please take a look at our general camps page.

What is the Science Behind All Girls* Summer Camps?

The All Girls* programs are designed to work towards rectifying the disparity of representation of girls in STEM. We do this through providing fun and interesting opportunities to explore STEM in a space where girls can work together. If you would like to learn about the science behind the All Girls* programs, please check out the resources linked below!

What is All Girls* Week?

Geering Up holds an All Girls* week every summer to encourage girls* to discover and explore their love of science and engineering. By creating a girl*-focused space, we hope to help shrink that gender gap by encouraging and inspiring the next generation of women* in STEM. All Girls* Week for our 2023 Summer Camps will be from July 24 – July 28.

Grade Levels:1-12 (varies by Program Theme and Location)

Program Pricing: $305 – $460 (varies by Program Theme, Location, and Program Duration)
Every person should be able to participate in our programs. As such, please see the information regarding our camp bursaries.

LOCATIONS: UBC Vancouver, South Surrey, Richmond, North Vancouver, Coquitlam, UBCO Kelowna


Engendering Success in STEM

Geering Up is working with Engendering Success in STEM – a project working on promoting a culture of inclusion in science and engineering. They have a series of resources! Click here for information about the PRISM (promoting rising inclusion and STEM motivation) project. Click here to view some of the ESS resources about why this type of work is important.

Westcoast Women in Engineering Science and Technology

WWEST is run by the NSERC Chairs for Women in Science and Engineering. View their resources here, including a card game depicting women in STEM!

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