LEXINGTON, Ky --- The University of Kentucky’s College of Education hosted a dynamic learning experience this week for elementary, middle and high school students interested in the STEM fields.

This is the 10th year for the See Blue STEM Camp which features hands on training during the robotics and chem camp. Organizers shared that the primary goal of this camp is to engage kids in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, while providing opportunities to females and underrepresented populations.

“We do a lot of research around the camp and we’re getting good, positive results that we’re having an impact on their interests in stem, so that’s what we’re focused on. It’s not really an academic focus here. We just want them to leave camp interested, excited and wanting to learn more and we feel like we’re meeting that," says camp creator Craig Schroeder, who teaches high school Physics at Henry Clay high school in Lexington.

More than 500 elementary, middle and high school students participated in the three week See Blue STEM Camp.