The pioneer scientist must have a vivid intuitive imagination
/ Max Planck
ABOUT STARS CAMPS
STARS Camps are International residential, project based education camps, with bases in Europe, Asia and the USA. Operating since 2015, we specialize in space education. Our goal is to spark a love for science and creativity! STARS Camps activities correlate to middle school and high-school curriculum in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Human Biology. Our advanced programs offer college credits. STARS CAMPS are run by MAPP in collaboration with ORBITAL SPACE.
Our campers are supervised by trained educators, counselors and Teachers.
Our camps are geared towards a variety of ages, K-12. We customize our adventures to suit our campers. Our educators and experts accompany and supervise our crew of adventurers throughout their times with us.
SPACE CAMP & ACADEMY
Trainees work as a team and confront mission scenarios that require dynamic problem solving and critical thinking - learning skills critical to every aspect of life! Throughout a one week program, students are immersed in astronaut training techniques using equipment adapted from NASA's astronaut program. They learn about space hardware, enjoy an educational water activity and experience a spaceflight mission while learning about aerospace career opportunities.
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER
Exclusive access to historic launch sites and working space-flight facilities on a guides tour. Students will meet a veteran NASA Astronaut, complete hands on engineering challenges, build spacecraft, launch rockets, construct habitats, and design space suits!
DISNEY YOUTH EDUCATION
Campers on this program will take part in specially designed learning experiences based at Walt Disney Resort, Epcot,and Disney's Animal Kingdom! Campers will learn from Walt Disney's leadership style and his secret to making dreams come true through the 4 C's of leadership: courage, curiosity, constancy and confidence.
SPACE CENTER UNIVERSITY
Our program will be at actual astronaut
training and work facilities, such as NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston. Students will engage in interactive, project-based learning that includes sustainable habitat construction, robot
retrieval missions and programming, multi-stage rocket design and launch,
underwater “astronaut training,” collaborative team work and global awareness development.