Learn and Have Fun with STEM at Micron Chip Camp!

Published: June 5, 2023

College of Western Idaho (CWI) and Micron Technology are partnering to present an awesome and unique three-day camp opportunity — filled with hands-on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) activities — right here in Nampa. Incoming eighth and ninth graders are invited to take part in Chip Camp at the Nampa Campus Micron Education Center!

CHIP Camp is a three-day camp, June 27 – 29, filled with hands-on STEM activities related to semiconductor manufacturing, scientific, and engineering jobs. Chip Camp invites students to see and experience what engineers and scientists do every day in a semiconductor company.

Students who attend Chip Camp at CWI will get to:

  • Learn how memory chips are made.
  • Discover the science involved in building circuits, launching rockets, and programming robots.
  • Explore engineering, physics, chemistry, and computer science topics.
  • Work with Micron team members and faculty from CWI, such as the Department Chair of Manufacturing and Welding, Mike Wheeler; Department Chair of Transportation Technology, JohnD Thompson; Department Chair of Engineering, Robert Novak; and more.
Chip Camp at CWI
June 27 – 29
8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Nampa Campus Micron Education Center

The Micron Foundation offers Chip Camp at no cost to all students. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. 

Chip Camp will provide transportation at the following pick-up locations on the days of camp. Please refer to the registration confirmation email or contact K-12programs@micron.com for pick-up times at each location. 

  • Jefferson Middle (Caldwell)
  • Lone Star Middle (Nampa)
  • East Jr. High (Boise)
  • North Jr. High (Boise)
  • Lowell Scott Middle (Boise)
  • Wilder High School
  • Middleton Middle School

Registration for Chip Camp at CWI is now closed.

For those with questions or in need of more information, please contact K-12programs@micron.com with ‘Chip Camp Registration’ in the subject line.

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