Day Camps

Join C2 Pipeline for fun, interactive and hands-on summer programs, from the comfort of your own home!

All summer day camps will run Monday - Thursday from 1 - 2:30PM on Zoom.

C2 Pipeline will ship a package to your home, containing all of the supplies needed to participate in hands-on and engaging camp activities, along with some Wayne State University swag. This year, all of our summer programs will be offered free of charge!

Check out C2 Pipeline's complete Day Camp offerings below, click date range and your view will expand to see all of the camps offered that week. When you are ready to register, click the link that follows the camp description. Students or parents can create an account, but participant (student) name and information must be provided to register. Only one camp can be chosen per week. 

To view our camps on the WSU K-12 website, click here.

If you have any questions, please email c2pipeline@wayne.edu.

  • Week 1: June 22 - June 25 *Registration now closed*
    Aviators & Engineers
    • Fly high with this crash-course in aerospace and aviation! Learn about the rapidly changing world of flight and space technology with firsthand, exhilarating experiences and instruction in aerospace engineering.
    Farm-to-Table Ambassadors
    • Learn about our food system and how you can be involved with everything from growing your own food to preparing a healthy and delicious meal (supplies included)! Hear about how local organizations are keeping Detroiters fed by virtually touring local farms and food hubs such as Eastern Market and D-Town Farms. Find out more about organizations working to improve health through food distribution and incentive programs in the City, especially during stay at home orders. Learn about jobs in the field of Community Health and food, and hear from WSU students who are currently studying to do this important work.
    Civil Engineering
    • Exciting field trips to relevant technology and construction sites guide your learning in this interactive Civil Engineering experience. Participate in creative tasks and learn the essentials of the construction design and management field today. 
    Entrepreneur 101
    • Young entrepreneurs are changing the world.  Come see what it takes to become an entrepreneur with a Mike Illitch School of Business professor that has helped more than 2000 businesses get started and grow.  Learn business skills, develop a plan, make your pitch, and get started on your own business.
    Improv
    • Use theatre games and performance exercises to explore spontaneous self-expression. Work together to solve theatre problems and become a cohesive ensemble.
    Nursing
    • Interested in nursing? Utilize WSU College of Nursing Simulation Lab to participate in activities and create your own simulation!
    STEM Sports
    • Engage in activities that will introduce Nutrition, Exercise Science, Psychology and Sport Recovery so that YOU can become a better athlete. Research Alternative Careers within sports, Personal Finance and Equipment R&D.
  • Week 2: June 29 - July 2 *Registration Closed*
    Farm-to-Table Ambassadors
    • Learn about our food system and how you can be involved with everything from growing your own food to preparing a healthy and delicious meal (supplies included)! Hear about how local organizations are keeping Detroiters fed by virtually touring local farms and food hubs such as Eastern Market and D-Town Farms. Find out more about organizations working to improve health through food distribution and incentive programs in the City, especially during stay at home orders. Learn about jobs in the field of Community Health and food, and hear from WSU students who are currently studying to do this important work.
    Nursing
    • Interested in nursing? Utilize WSU College of Nursing Simulation Lab to participate in activities and create your own simulation!
    Bio-Med
    • Calling all sports fanatics! Meet with Wayne State University Athletic Trainers to learn how sports injuries affect the brain and take a shot at creating your own injury prevention equipment for athletes. 
    4 Day Film Challenge
    • Learn to be a film maker by diving right in with a team of aspiring film makers to create a short film from script and production to editing. You will be ending your creation with a screening.  In this crash course introduction to filmmaking students will have an opportunity to gain an experience in many aspects of making a film. We will explore writing, story boarding, sound, lighting, videography, editing & more!
    Cyber Security
    • Hack your way to the top in this Capture the Flag coding camp! Participants will learn the fundamentals and importance of cybersecurity and computer coding in a safe and challenging cyberspace environment, all while working their way toward a Microsoft certification. 
    Improv
    • Use theatre games and performance exercises to explore spontaneous self-expression. Work together to solve theatre problems and become a cohesive ensemble.
    Forensics CSI
    • Engage in activities involved in forensic science—such as drug toxicology, ballistics, blood spatter & more. Apply this knowledge to solve a crime scene mystery!
    Entreprenuer 101
    • Young entrepreneurs are changing the world.  Come see what it takes to become an entrepreneur with a Mike Illitch School of Business professor that has helped more than 2000 businesses get started and grow.  Learn business skills, develop a plan, make your pitch, and get started on your own business
  • Week 3: July 6 - July 9 *Registration Closed*
    Farm-to-Table Ambassadors
    • Learn about our food system and how you can be involved with everything from growing your own food to preparing a healthy and delicious meal (supplies included)! Hear about how local organizations are keeping Detroiters fed by virtually touring local farms and food hubs such as Eastern Market and D-Town Farms. Find out more about organizations working to improve health through food distribution and incentive programs in the City, especially during stay at home orders. Learn about jobs in the field of Community Health and food, and hear from WSU students who are currently studying to do this important work.
    Nursing
    • Interested in nursing? Utilize WSU College of Nursing Simulation Lab to participate in activities and create your own simulation!
    Intro to Veterinary Science
    • Do you have a passion for pets large and small? Introduction to Veterinary Science will help you explore veterinary sciences through interactive 4-H curriculum activities, 3D and or Bio. printing well as field trips and guest speakers. For students desiring to become veterinary assistants or technicians, this is a must do camp!
    4 Day Film Challenge
    • Learn to be a film maker by diving right in with a team of aspiring film makers to create a short film from script and production to editing. You will be ending your creation with a screening.  In this crash course introduction to filmmaking students will have an opportunity to gain an experience in many aspects of making a film. We will explore writing, story boarding, sound, lighting, videography, editing & more!
    Drones
    • Learn all about the eyes in the skies in this innovative, interactive, STEM camp! In this camp, students will learn about autonomous systems and UAV all while operating a drone. This learning experience is truly from a bird’s eye view!
    FUN(ctional) Furniture
    • Put your creativity to the test in this hands-on, design-oriented experience. Channel your inner interior designer and work with College of Engineering faculty to build your very own furniture composed of recycled materials!
    Minecraft
    • Put your Minecraft ingenuity into action with this video game-inspired camp. Participants will create their own Minecraft levels and learn JAVA programming to take part in exciting Minecraft design challenges, all while playing video games!
    Entrepreneur 101
    • Young entrepreneurs are changing the world.  Come see what it takes to become an entrepreneur with a Mike Illitch School of Business professor that has helped more than 2000 businesses get started and grow.  Learn business skills, develop a plan, make your pitch, and get started on your own business!
  • Week 4: July 13 - July 16 *Registration Closed*
    Farm-to-Table Ambassadors
    • Learn about our food system and how you can be involved with everything from growing your own food to preparing a healthy and delicious meal (supplies included)! Hear about how local organizations are keeping Detroiters fed by virtually touring local farms and food hubs such as Eastern Market and D-Town Farms. Find out more about organizations working to improve health through food distribution and incentive programs in the City, especially during stay at home orders. Learn about jobs in the field of Community Health and food, and hear from WSU students who are currently studying to do this important work.
    iCode
    • Computers have a place in every aspect of life, so why not learn their language? In this camp, participants will discover the fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence and computer science through an interactive coding experience. Plus, if computers ever do take over the world, you’ll be prepared!
    H2O Engineers
    • Make a SPLASH with your very own DIY water vessel in this exciting aquatic camp! Team up and work with WSU College of Engineering faculty to create your very own watercraft and put it to the test in the ultimate build-a-boat competition. 
    Forensics CSI
    • Engage in activities involved in forensic science—such as drug toxicology, ballistics, blood spatter & more. Apply this knowledge to solve a crime scene mystery!
    Improv
    • Use theatre games and performance exercises to explore spontaneous self-expression. Work together to solve theatre problems and become a cohesive ensemble.
    Entrepreneur 101
    • Young entrepreneurs are changing the world.  Come see what it takes to become an entrepreneur with a Mike Illitch School of Business professor that has helped more than 2000 businesses get started and grow.  Learn business skills, develop a plan, make your pitch, and get started on your own business
    STEM Sports
    • Engage in activities that will introduce Nutrition, Exercise Science, Psychology and Sport Recovery so that YOU can become a better athlete. Research Alternative Careers within sports, Personal Finance and Equipment R&D.
  • Week 5: July 20 - July 23 *Registration Closed*
    Psychology - The Science of Us
    • Psychology – The Science of Us is a two week camp,where participants will get a unique opportunity to delve deeper into understanding themselves and the individuals around them. This camp is packed with fun and hands-on activities that will give insight into the various ways people think, feel and behave! If you ever catch yourself saying “what were they thinking?” -  this is the camp for you!
    Entrepreneur 101
    • Young entrepreneurs are changing the world.  Come see what it takes to become an entrepreneur with a Mike Illitch School of Business professor that has helped more than 2000 businesses get started and grow.  Learn business skills, develop a plan, make your pitch, and get started on your own business!
    Farm-to-Table Ambassadors
    • Learn about our food system and how you can be involved with everything from growing your own food to preparing a healthy and delicious meal (supplies included)! Hear about how local organizations are keeping Detroiters fed by virtually touring local farms and food hubs such as Eastern Market and D-Town Farms. Find out more about organizations working to improve health through food distribution and incentive programs in the City, especially during stay at home orders. Learn about jobs in the field of Community Health and food, and hear from WSU students who are currently studying to do this important work.
    E-Sports
    • ATTENTION ALL GAMERS: Do you like to play competitive video games against other talented players in a competition-driven, team environment? Do you like developing real-life professional skills like teamwork, technology utilization, and time management strategies? If you answered yes to any of the above questions… what are you waiting for? Sign up for this interactive video-game oriented experience now!
    Photography
    • Aperture, shutter speed, ISO, WHAT???  By the end of this 4 day camp students will understand the core foundations of photography through hands on activities using high quality digital cameras. 
    Improv
    • Use theatre games and performance exercises to explore spontaneous self-expression. Work together to solve theatre problems and become a cohesive ensemble.
  • Week 6: July 27 - July 30 *Registration Closed*
    Entrepreneur 101
    • Young entrepreneurs are changing the world.  Come see what it takes to become an entrepreneur with a Mike Illitch School of Business professor that has helped more than 2000 businesses get started and grow.  Learn business skills, develop a plan, make your pitch, and get started on your own business!
    Farm-to-Table Ambassador
    • Learn about our food system and how you can be involved with everything from growing your own food to preparing a healthy and delicious meal (supplies included)! Hear about how local organizations are keeping Detroiters fed by virtually touring local farms and food hubs such as Eastern Market and D-Town Farms. Find out more about organizations working to improve health through food distribution and incentive programs in the City, especially during stay at home orders. Learn about jobs in the field of Community Health and food, and hear from WSU students who are currently studying to do this important work.
    E-Sports
    • ATTENTION ALL GAMERS: Do you like to play competitive video games against other talented players in a competition-driven, team environment? Do you like developing real-life professional skills like teamwork, technology utilization, and time management strategies? If you answered yes to any of the above questions… what are you waiting for? Sign up for this interactive video-game oriented experience now!
    Photography
    • Aperture, shutter speed, ISO, WHAT???  By the end of this 4 day camp students will understand the core foundations of photography through hands on activities using high quality digital cameras. 
    Girls Who Code
    • Learn the concepts of loops, variables, conditionals and functions that form the basis for all programming languages. Work in teams to design a computer science impact project that solves real world problems the girls care about.
    Psychology - The Science of Us (Continued)