LSSFI Application 2023
Generations Indigenous Ways
Lakota Summer Science Field Institute

-Lakota Physics Camp: June 5-8, 2023.
-Journey to the Center of the Earth: June 26-29, July 3-6, and 10-13 2023.

The goal of the Lakota Summer Science Field Institute is to motivate youth to discover and explore science, technology, engineering, and math. Youth will learn how physics, mathematics, and the scientific method are required and used in designing a traditional bow, harvesting traditional plants and foods, and creating traditional beadwork and quillwork. Other learning topics that supplement the STEM curriculum are Lakota Plant Sciences, Paleontology & Geology, and a Tipi erecting presentation. The LSSFI is open to youth 11 years and older.

Please complete the following application. A complete application includes Letters of recommendations.  These can be emailed to   

*Please email documentation of covid-19 vaccine to 

Application Deadline 5/10/2023

For questions regarding application process please call Helene @ 605-454-8425
Office: 605-433-5007 or email 
Website and information of previous camps can be found at
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