Qualcomm® Thinkabit Camp

Thinkabit Lab Summer Camp is a one-week STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) camp for middle schoolers in southeast Michigan, which provides hands-on engineering projects designed by Qualcomm’s® Thinkabit Lab™ at the Michigan Engineering Zone.

EligibilityPriceProgram Dates
Current Rising 7th, 8th and
9th Grade Michigan Residents
TBDAugust 5-9, 2024 and
August 12-16, 2024


Applications for Thinkabit Lab Camp are closed. Please fill out this form to be notified when applications are open.

MEZ Background

The MEZ has joined the Office of Culture, Community and Equity (OCCE) in its pursuit of providing greater educational opportunities for individuals from educational, cultural, geographic, or socioeconomic backgrounds considered to be underrepresented in engineering. 

Located in the heart of Midtown Detroit, the MEZ is a place for middle and high school students of Southeast Michigan to learn, grow and lead. As part of Michigan Engineering, the MEZ strives to provide world-class STEM resources, instruction and counseling to students who very well may be the next generation of Victors. The MEZ offers three multi-year programs in partnership with Michigan Engineering, providing students with the opportunity to engage in experiential learning. These programs are designed to be flexible, allowing students to participate on a year-by-year basis as they pursue their engineering interests.

Give Today!

Every K-12 program within Engineering OnRamp (EO) is 100% funded by our amazing donors ranging from various industries and organizations to gracious individuals who believe in EO’s mission; to serve as a pathway for a diverse group of pre-college students to discover engineering as a profession and choose Michigan Engineering as the place where they want to prepare for their future. With your support, Michigan Engineering and OCCE will move forward with driving a culture of inclusion and equity to further equity-centered engineering, maximizing impact and capacity-building within and beyond the Michigan Engineering community.