The Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduates Program (GEAR Up) is a nationwide progrma that began in 1999 "To increase the number of American Indian students that achieve success in higher education through a rigorous, pre-college enrichment program that is acceleration based and comprehensive by design."
CAMP supports female students who wish to students attended the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders in Washington D.C. This program focuses on supporting college women's leadership and career development.
An event that takes place every summer in Rapid City and includes a carnival, grandstand entertainment, a Demo Derby, Motocross, concerts, and a PRCA Rodeo.
FIRST adventures are a part of ResLife at SDSM&T, and they take place at the beginning of the school year so that first year students can get aquainted with the area and meet other students. CAMP takes part by providing students with information on their teams and the experiences and opportunities available through CAMP participation.
During the Day of Caring, United Way participants, as well as volunteers from the community will go out into the community to perform service projects such as painting buildings, or landscaping for nonporfit organizations and residents. It's away to give back.
The CAMP kickoff is an event that provides information on the CAMP program and its projects. CAMP teams show demos and the event serves as an outreach and recruiting opportunity. The Kickoff is held the first week of September every year.
CAMP teams build pumpkin catapults for the Pumpkin Festival. The event is organized by the Rapid City Downtown Association and serves as a community-wide harvest celebration.
The M Day Run takes place during SDSM&T Homecoming week. There is a 5k and 10k. Participants dress up and run from Founders Park to campus. Brave 10kers run up M Hill and on to campus.
The Red Ribbon Parade is hosted by Adolescent Substance Abuse Prevention Inc. at the end of Red Ribbon Week. CAMP has supported the event by building a float for the parade.
Young kids can learn about how exciting and interesting science can be at the Corral Elementary School Science Night
The CAMP Mall Expo has had great success. Kids and parents are amazed by the projects that the CAMP students work with. The Mall expo provides an opportunity for CAMP teams to show their projects to the citizens of Rapid City.
CAMP members along with students from other School of Mines student organizations worked together to organize a food drive during the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service.
The events that take place during Engineering Week are open to students and the community and celebrate the contributions made by engineers to society.
CAMP members visit local schools to give demos on their projects, and share their love of science and engineering with young students in the community.
The Counts of the Cobblestone Car Club, Inc. is a social club dedicated to a simple slogan, "Fun with Cars." Formed in 1957, the club quickly grew from five to eleven members. The club now has almost 60 active members.