Michigan State University Summer Camps:

TISM:
The Department of Telecommunication, Information Studies, and Media is offering several exciting summer camps in July; media camps in digital cinema, television production, video game design, and music recording.
http://tc.msu.edu/summer-camps

Future Engineering:
http://www.egr.msu.edu/future-engineer/programs/summer A variety of engineering and robotics summer camps offered for 4th graders to seniors in high school.

Women in Engineering week long camp:
An engineering program designed to introduce various disciplines of engineering (biosystems, applied engineering sciences, mechanical, electrical, computer, civil/environmental, chemical, material science and engineering, and computer science) will engage the students in group projects. http://spartanyouth.msu.edu/Resource.aspx?ResourceID=226

High School Engineering Immersion:
Intended for rising high school juniors and seniors seriously considering engineering as their career choice, the week long program is designed to give in-depth experiences in four engineering majors.
http://spartanyouth.msu.edu/Resource.aspx?ResourceID=5

Robotics and Nanotechnology Summer Short Courses:
Six short courses in robotics and nanotechnology are offered to students of all ages and experience. Each course is eight hours long (spread over four days) and includes learning the basics of the topic, doing a technology-assisted experiment, working on a project, and presenting it to parents and teachers.
http://spartanyouth.msu.edu/Resource.aspx?ResourceID=448

University of Michigan Summer Programs:

Architectural Program
ArcStart is a three-week residential program that offers high school students the opportunity to experience the rewarding intensity of a college architecture studio. ArcStart will provide academic preparation, skill building workshops and highly individualized academic advising.
http://taubmancollege.umich.edu/architecture/programs
/highschool/arcstart/

Women in Science and Engineering
One week summer programs including: biomedical and health engineering, environmental engineering and C+ programming for robots.
http://www.wise.umich.edu/programs/k12/

M-STEM Academy:
The M-STEM Academy is designed to maximize the academic, personal, and professional success of students, with the goal of preparing them for the engineering global workforce. The M-STEM Academy spans the first two years and includes a pre-freshman summer transition program, customized advising, career guidance, academic learning enrichment activities, and assistance in obtaining a paid professional summer internship or research opportunity. http://http://cedo.engin.umich.edu/diversity_mstem_index-html/

Michigan Tech Summer Programs

MI Tech National Lab day for high school students:

National Lab Day at MI Tech is part of a nationwide movement through the “Educate to Innovate” campaign that is working to bring science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) professionals and teachers together to provide high-quality, discovery-based laboratory experiences for students with hands-on lab activities for over 150 tenth and eleventh graders. http://www.mtu.edu/news/stories/2010/may/story26554.html

Ferris State University Summer Programs:

One week summer camps in fields relating to digital media, architecture and construction, design and manufacturing, business, biotechnology and computer techonology:
http://www.mysummercamps.com/camps/Detailed/Ferris_State_University_Academic_and_Skills_Camps_L30644.html

Oakland University Summer Business Camp

The Business Management / Entrepreneurship Summer Workshop is a one-week program presented by the Oakland University School of Business Administration. A hands-on learning process will provide participants with the fundamentals of running a business, to hear guest speakers, attend field trips, create peer mentors and team projects, network and interact with current corporate leaders and entrepreneurs, and will show how important business skills are to achieve a lifetime of success.

http://www.mysummercamps.com/camps/Detailed/2010_Oakland_University_Summer_Business_Camp_L32526.html