Win a Week of Mad Science Summer Camp!

What's better than a week of Mad Science Summer Camp? A free week! We're partnering with Mad Science of St. Louis to give away a week of summer camp to one lucky winner. Whether your child dreams of being a scientist, robotics engineer, astronaut or just loves to have fun, there's a Mad Science camp for them. The winner can choose from SEVEN awesome Mad Science camps: Mad Inventors, Red Hot Robots, Gross Out Science, Make It Camp, Secret Agent Lab, Wings and Things, and NASA Journey Into Space. 

Mad Science summer camps are for kids ages 5-12, and are held at more than 18 locations across the St. Louis metro area. The winner can choose the week of camp their child would like to attend. And, if the winner has already signed up for a Mad Science camp, they'll be refunded one week's camp fee. 

Mad Science camps are fun and very hands-on, allowing children to touch, see, hear, smell, and taste what science is really all about. This hands-on approach not only teaches children about the wonderful world of science, it also gets them excited about applying scientific concepts to real-life situations. 

Enter today at stlouis.madscience.org/contest. The winner will be drawn on May 15. Good luck!

Learn about the full line up of 2019 Mad Science Summer Camps here

 

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