Each week of Fleming Tech Camps features 6 to 8 unique STEM topics. Campers will select one Morning Topic and one Afternoon Topic and participate in the activities for those two topics for the duration of the session. There are a handful of topics that span the morning and afternoon, and participants in that topic will need to select both the AM and PM offerings.
Before signing up for your camp topics, review the Morning and Afternoon Programs listed below. Each program topic is linked to an overview page that provides more details about the camp and its activities.
The Villanova University campus is located in Villanova (Radnor), PA and is just 30 minutes form center city Philadelphia. For commuters, the camp is located two minutes from i476 and it is also adjacent to the R5/Paoli Local train line.
We offer over 100 programs which focus on dozens of sci-tech areas including topics such as: Game Design, Programming, Digital Arts, Esports, Coding, Minecraft, Roblox, Fortnite and more. Camps are designed for kids that will be attending 2nd to 10th grades in the fall.
Our camps feature amazing teachers, coaches and mentors. We use a student centered learning methodology and all of our programs use our proprietary E-camp learning platform to provide world class technology education. Fleming Tech Camps learning methodology and learning platform have been featured on Microsoft Minecraft’s website and in Fast Company magazine.
Founded in 2003, Fleming Tech Camps is family owned and operated. We offer on-campus and online STEM and tech camps, esports and after school programs for kids around the world.
Check out Camping and Learning in the Virtual World, a news story about Fleming Tech Camps, featured on the Minecraft website!
Lockdowns have had a profound effect on schools this year, but what about non-traditional educational environments? When Fleming Tech Camps faced a summer without their usual in-person program, they had to find a creative and collaborative virtual solution. In this guest post, Camp Owner Ed Fleming shares how Minecraft: Education Edition provided a space for students to connect, learn, and most importantly, have fun!
Check out ‘Fortnite’ and ‘Minecraft’ are getting kids excited about learning again, a news story about Fleming Tech Camps, featured on the Fast Company website!
“I like to say we’re giving kids the tools that they need to lead successful lives in the digital age—and preparing them for the coming of the metaverse,” said Ed Fleming, founder of a long-running computer camp based in Philadelphia. The metaverse, a term coined by science-fiction novelist Neal Stephenson, refers to an all-encompassing 3-D digital space that resembles those of today’s massive multiplayer games.
The Fleming Tech Camps program at Villanova University is 6 weeks of fun and learning for kids who love tech and have a wide range of interests in STEAM (Science, Technology,Engineering, Arts and Math). We offer full day camps for kids from 7 to 16 years old in digital arts, game design, robotics, video production, web development, 3D art, animation, graphic design, Minecraft, Roblox, Fornite, and Esports.
Each week (aka session) of camp offers 6 to 8 unique tech programs (3 or 4 topics in the morning and 3 or 4 different topics in the afternoon). Prior to the first day of camp, you and your child will select their tech topics for the morning and the afternoon. Our programs always include a Minecraft camp, as well as coding, digital arts, game design and other topics areas, and we have camp programs for all skill levels. To dive deep into the topics for each week, be sure to click the on the Title of the camp session, or the “Show details” link, to get an idea of all of the cool and amazing tech topics we offer during each camp session.