A Summer STEMM Camp was held in our STEMM Lab at Immanuel Lutheran School for about 40 middle school youth being ministered to by Neighborhood Christian Centers (NCC). This STEMM Camp was held on June 3, June 10, June 17, June 24, and July 1 and was led by Winston Love, our STEMM Lab Facilitator. A STEMM curriculum with expected outcomes was developed and provided to NCC. Engagements included 3-D modeling and printing, designing and building structures, coding, robotics, and aerospace (built/modeled rockets, airplanes, and small craft). Simulated piloting of air/space vehicles was also accomplished. Each day consisted of two groups, STEMM and NCC led activities, operating simultaneously in the morning and then rotating in the afternoon. Transportation for students was provided by NCC and Immanuel provided lunch. Mr. Love donated his time to help make this STEMM Camp a reality for NCC as part of Immanuel’s community outreach.