Junior Innovation Camp


Geared towards underserved youth ages 13-18, the Junior Innovation Camp is compiled of free workshops that engage the students in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math. Exciting courses such as coding, filmmaking, game development, DIY projects and entrepreneurship will all be explored. Come join the enthusiastic youth of today and see where their minds can take them as they start to explore the many opportunities that lay ahead.

On Friday, August 18th & Saturday August 19th, hundreds of Southern California youth will have the opportunity to explore S.T.E.A.M. through cutting edge technology and hands on experience in our JR INNOVATION CAMP.

This Youth Day Camp for students ages 13-18 will feature:

  • Product Demos
  • Talks From Industry Experts
  • Hands on Tech Making
  • Team Building
  • Social Engagement and Application

All while exploring Entrepreneurship & STEAM Industry topics:

  • Coding and Computer Science
  • Digital Art and Media Production
  • Robotics
  • Engineering
  • Augmented Reality
  • Virtual Reality
  • Science
  • New Careers in STEM

This Innovation Camp will share the Long Beach Convention Center with the Wonder Women Tech Conference, the Largest STEAM Diversity and Inclusion Conference in our region. The WWT conference is expected to draw thousands of STEAM industry professionals and students, which alone will be awe inspiring to youth in attendance.


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This years camp will also feature The S.T.R.E.A.M. KIDS Expo (Science, Tech, Reading, Engineering, Arts, & Manufacturing) produced by Niamani Knight, a 16 yr. old female STEM enthusiast and entrepreneur.  Leading industry organizations will help us take youth on a journey from STEM theory into practice. We believe that these organic experiences truly ignite the connection between academic interests and career choice.

Students will not only have their own Innovation Camp/Mini Conference, but they will have access to hundreds of industry professionals,speakers,exhibitors, and real life innovators. 80% of last years youth attendees agreed that the exposure from this event has had the greatest impact in their career choice.

This program is free and made available to ALL middle & high school students with many of last years participants reporting to be low to moderate income, at-risk, or alternative education students.

Wonder Women Tech is proud to partner with Melissa Guy and the Urban Media Foundation to produce the Jr Innovation Camp!  

For sponsorship opportunities or more information about our youth programming, contact Melissa Guy.


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100 W Broadway, Ste 3000
Long Beach, CA 90802

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