Seaborg Center Student Programs
College for Kids
The Seaborg Center offers a variety of after-school, weekend, and summer programs in science, mathematics and technology for students in grades K-10.
Needs-based scholarships are available on referral from a social-services agency, Big Brothers or Big Sisters, or a school administrator.
** During the winter months and the possibility of severe conditions, please refer to our Inclement Weather Policy **
Coder Dojo is a global network of volunteer-led, independent, community based programming clubs for young people. These young people, between 7 and 17, learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games, and explore technology. In addition to learning to code attendees meet like minded people and get to show off what they've been working on. Coder Dojo 906 meets every Tuesday from 4-6 at the Seaborg Center.
Each year, approximately 325 students from throughout the Upper Peninsula compete in 46 different Science Olympiad events.
LEGO League Tournament
FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) introduces young people, ages 9-14 (grades 4-8), to the fun and excitement of science and technology. Each year the Seaborg Center hosts the FLL Robotics tournament for teams across Central and Western Upper Peninsula. If you are interested in starting a team or becoming a coach, please visit the FLL website.
Come and join us in an exciting week of exploring Isle Royale! This educational camp will be hosted by Karen Bacula, Teacher from Marquette Area Public Schools through The Isle Royale Institute. More details will be released in the coming months for the summer 2015 season. To register contact the Seaborg Center at 906-227-2002
High school students are invited to join us for this unique, week long summer camp to explore the scenic vistas and natural resources of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula! Participants will experience many field based adventures and on campus activities while learning about a wide variety of environmental topics.
Tuition covers all necessary fees and local transportation associated with field experiences, along with the use of facilities and technology at Northern Michigan University.
Cyber Security Camp
This camp provides high school age students a chance to learn introductory skills in the increasingly important area of cyber security, also known as information assurance. More details will be released in the coming months for the summer 2015 camp.
Have presentations at your school to learn more about planets, comets, space telescopes or the sun in an interactive atmosphere.
STARLAB offers the ideal solution for local schools who wish to familiarize students with astronomy. An inflated structure 16 feet across and 11 feet high, STARLAB can accommodate up to 25 students.
Upward Bound Math and Science Program
Upward Bound Math Science (UBMS) works to help low-income and first-generation-to-college high school students recognize and develop their potential to excel in fields related to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Upward Bound Math and Science program services include: summer programs with intensive math, science, writing and language training; year-round counseling, advisement and academic support services; exposure to research; education or counseling services designed to improve the financial and economic literacy of students; and assistance with application to competitive post-secondary institutions leading to bachelor's degree in a STEM related discipline. Students accepted to the program receive free services and are expected to make a serious commitment to both post-secondary education and the Upward Bound Math and Science Program.
Only students from the following Michigan high schools are eligible to apply for the Upward Bound Math and Science Program:
- Chandler Park Academy
- Escanaba High School
- Ferndale High School
- Gwinn High School
- King High School (Detroit, MI)
- University High School (Ferndale, MI)