Recommended for grades 6 - 9

When: July 29th - August 2nd

Location: UC Engineering Research Center

Late registration and payment deadline is July 23rd, 11:59 PM

 

Interested in robotics and don’t know where to begin? This camp is for you. MAKER camp is a rigorous beginners camp with hands-on experience with computer-aided design, 3D printing, Arduino electronics and programming. Campers will build a functional robot that is yours to keep. We will provide all the tools and resources you need. Space is limited so register today!


Price: $299    -    $50 optional payment for catered lunch

Empowered by creativity

In traditional classrooms, students are forced to regurgitate information. At MAKER Camp, we do the exact opposite. Kids will be liberated by their creativity, developing original ideas, then in the design process and only then will they use math and science to bring their ideas to life.

Details

Address: 2600 Woodside Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45219

Location: UC Engineering Research Center

Room: Baldwin 555     

*We will have instructors to help guide you to the right room on day 1 of camp

Hours:

Camp hours: 9 am - 3 pm

Drop off: 7 am - 9 am 

Pick up: 3 pm - 5 pm

The meal plan is optional. With the meal plan, we will have a catered lunch each day. Even without a meal plan, all kids will have snacks available during camp. If you did not opt for the meal plan you will need to pack your own lunch.

Please bring all forms signed on day 1 of camp. Forms must be signed to participate.

Email questions to contact@themarsfund.org

Co-sponsored by

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Our team sought our to create a rigorous introductory camp for robotics that created an atmosphere to challenge kids to push their limits and use their creativity to apply the concepts we teach. Using all of our collective experience in robotics we strive to produce this.

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Mason Accelerator For Robotics and Science Fund, Inc

For inquires, email contact@themarsfund.org

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