2017 Winter Break Camps

Two weeks of non-stop robotics!

Young kids (K-2nd) discover how robots work in Young Engineers & Visual Programming camps. Older kids (3rd-5th) write code and build 'bots from scratch in Mission to Mars or Search and Rescue camps. Middle School/Jr. High campers (6th-9th) build machines to help save the day in our First Responders challenge. All campers learn hands-on skills to last a lifetime.
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About Our STEM Programs

Award-Winning Camps

Tech EdVentures kids get hands-on as they wire circuits, build robots, write computer code and paint their inspiration on a digital canvas. Serious learning meets serious fun.

Why STEM?

Tech EdVentures classes teach kids the skills they will need for the future, including problem-solving, collaboration, communication, and automating the work of machines.

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Our classes are fun and engaging because we let kids tackle real world challenges in a hands-on environment, discovering computer programming, robotics, engineering, and design.


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