Welcome to STEM CAMP 2021 Registration
Our mission is to introduce Robotics to youth in minority communities especially economically disadvantaged families, and encourage imagination and team work. By building Robots with various parts, using different tools and instruments, kids are encouraged to have FUN while learning to apply science, technology, engineering, and math concepts. In the process, they will also develop critical thinking, team-building, and presentation skills.
Join us for a FUN filled robotics camp for students in grades 3 through 12.
The camp will be 6 weeks in duration starting Thursday, June 30th, from 6:30-8:30pm, and meeting
every Saturday forward until August 20th from 10 to 12 PM. Students who attend camp
will gain the following:
• Familiarity with robot parts and robotics;
• Visualization, planning, documentation and building;
• Application of math and science in relation to robotics;
• Basic programming; and
• Communication, presentation, problem solving, critical thinking and team work skills.
Students will work on building a robot within small groups throughout the entire camp,
and the camp will end with a fun robot competition!
- Students meet weekly at HAEC on Saturday’s from 10-12pm
- Due to the 4th of July, the first session will be Thursday, June 30th at 6:30pm.
- Parents are expected to have kids at every session on time, and ready to have fun!
- Sessions begin with devotional exercises, and exciting affirmations to help get the students prepared to learn, and grow!
- Throughout the camp students will work in teams of 3-5 to learn about, and build their own robot.
- Teams work independently under a mentor to achieve each week’s goal set by the instructors.
At the end of camp teams will:
- Showcase their robots, and participate in a competition with one another and Receive certificate of participation from Funbotics .
- Students who participate in the camp will be inducted into the membership of funbotics.org. The students are further encouraged to pursue STEM related field and volunteer for future programs in STEM.