In Advanced Robotics, students who are experienced in the basic concepts of robotics will learn the next stages of robotics, electronics, and computer programming.
The Aerospace program allows students to earn 3 college credits by participating in this college course. This course, Introduction to Space Flight, is designed to foster a basic understanding of space technology.
Aerospace Career Exploration is an in-depth and exciting way for students, with an interest in aviation and aerospace to explore the fast-paced world of both industries.
This intensive, six-day program will teach the fundamentals of aerospace engineering and the science of flight. Classes include aerodynamics, astrodynamics, and propulsion systems. Students will also study structure and materials and participate in a bridge-building contest.
Our "Astronautics Track" Aerospace Engineering summer program places a focus on the fundamental skills needed to develop space mission concepts and how these concepts relate to Astronautical Engineering.
This camp is designed for female athletes 10-18 years of age who are interested in increasing their knowledge and execution of individual skills. Campers will have the opportunity to work on all of the fundamental skills of volleyball in eight diverse training sessions.
Youths and young adults will learn from Embry-Riddle coaches and assistant coaches in sports like basketball, baseball, soccer, tennis, and more.
Aviation Day Camp is an exciting way for students to explore the many different fields in aviation.
The Advanced Flight camp is the next step for a student interested in aviation who attended the Flight Exploration program.
Students will learn how airplanes fly and experience what college flight students do during their training with a flight instructor.
This program is for students to have an opportunity to apply the lessons learned in Flight Exploration to procedures such as flight planning and preflighting the aircraft.
The Embry-Riddle Baseball Camps will provide instruction on the fundamentals of hitting, pitching and defense.
This camp will consist of drills and skill development for the young basketball player. Activities at camp will focus on the fundamentals of basketball: dribbling, shooting, passing and defensive fundamentals.
Microprocessors have revolutionized every aspect of aerospace technology. In this summer camp students will learn to program an Arduino microcontroller.
In this summer camp you will experience how computer, electrical, and software engineering relates and contributes to the aerospace world.
This week long program is designed for students who are interested in computer engineering. Students will participate in web development, robotics programming, mobile app development, virtual reality and 3D modeling.
This week long program is for young women will learn how to use computer programs, like Alice, to develop video animations and create animated stories in the same programming environment as our University students
Students will explore the basics of encryption, network attacks and learn how to hack into the Cybersecurity Lab’s networks and computers.
The Embry-Riddle/Dave Gregson Soccer Academy Camps are held at the Embry-Riddle Soccer Stadium.
This camp is designed for the serious runner! It is intended for high school runners who are preparing for the upcoming cross country season and adult runners who want to improve their current level of conditioning.
Flight Exploration is a structured introduction to flying and flight training. Participants learn how to follow VFR (Visual Flight Rule) procedures, read weather conditions, and comply with aviation regulations.
At the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Prescott Campus Flight Exploration camp we have some exciting things planned for students that will make the Flight Camp experience both memorable and rewarding.
This exciting camp offers an exploration into the world of science and discovery! Female students will participate in hands-on projects and experiments focused on science, technology, engineering and math.
Ages: 7-12 (female)
Embry-Riddle head coach Joslynn Gallop and Assistant Coach Nina Kontrec team up with current and former Eagle volleyball players to provide instruction in competitive volleyball fundamentals and advanced training techniques.
Ages: 8-14 (female)
Have you ever dreamed of being a spy? Does working undercover sound like a career you would like? This summer, immerse yourself in the world of security and intelligence with this six-day, residential program.
This week includes hands-on learning programs for students ages 7-12, with concentrated age appropriate learning separated into the two sessions.
This exciting camp offers an exploration into the world of science and discovery! Students will participate in hands-on projects and experiments focused on science, technology, engineering and math.
Students will be able to understand how radars work. They will build and test a working low-power radar.
Robotics week provides students with a fun and interactive experience in which faculty and teaching assistants will teach the basics of robotics, electronics, and computer programming.
In Robotics & Autonomous Systems, students will work with Embry-Riddle faculty and collegiate robotics competition teams to design, build, program, and test their own autonomous robots.
This camp provides a fun learning environment for all ages and abilities and are all held at the Embry-Riddle Soccer Stadium.
The Embry-Riddle Softball clinics places an emphasis on fun, healthy competition and softball fundamentals. There are specialized sessions for girls from beginner to high school.
Young space enthusiasts learn about how the human body adapts to space flight and extraterrestrial environments. The goal of this camp is to introduce students to the fundamentals of aerospace physiology.
During this weeklong program, students will learn about personal safety in situations involving natural disasters and other types of emergencies. They will investigate non-violent crime scenes, decipher codes and go “undercover”.
It is our primary aim to teach new skills in fundamentally sound basketball and to improve the abilities of young men and women in the finer points of the game.
The SunFlight Custom Flight Training program is designed for qualified private pilots to continue with their flight training by working toward an instrument rating, multi-engine land rating or upset training.
This structured program allows aspiring pilots to potentially earn their Private Pilot Certificate in the same environment as our University flight students.
The goal of SunFlight Solo program is for all qualified students to fly solo under the 14 CFR Part 61 Flight Training Curriculum by the end of the program.
Embry-Riddle Prescott Women's Basketball Camp, June 13-16, 2016, is designed to develop players of all skill levels with two different sessions
Ages: Entering 9th - 12th grade and Elementary and Middle School Players
ERAU-AZ Eagle Softball Camps, June & July 2016 are being held for a wide range of ages.
Ages: 8 - 18 and Junior College transfers
ERAU-AZ Women’s Soccer Camp, July 18-20, 2016 is for incoming 9th -12th graders, and junior college transfers.
Ages: Entering 9th - 12th grade and junior college transfers
ERAU-AZ Men’s Soccer Camps, June, 2016 - Youth Day Camps and College Prep Camps are for incoming 1st - 6th graders and 8th - 12th graders, and Junior College transfers.
Ages: Entering 1 - 6 graders & 8 - 12 grade and Junior College transfers
The Embry-Riddle Tennis Camps are held at the Crotty Tennis Complex on Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach campus and are for novice to advanced tournament players.
Think you have what it takes to play at the next level? Come get a taste of college level basketball and join us for our first ever Elite Camp!
Ages: 7th-12th grade