The Teen STEAM Camp explores where your teen will create and experiment with challenging projects.
The STEAM projects include the construction of a pre-designed electronic kit. In addition, teens will receive soldering training to complete device fabrication. Devices built will be a reminder of their accomplishments and inspiration.
Our goal is to plant a seed of interest in STEAM disciplines in young teens that will hopefully blossom into passions, careers, businesses, and hobbies—enrolling your teen in a camp that could change their perception of science, technology, art, and math while creating a healthy appreciation for these subjects will prepare your teen for the 4th Industrial Revolution our nation is leading towards and the foundation for a brighter future.
We believe that the new interest will translate into academic improvements and success.
Camp Hours: 10 am - 2 pm
Spring Break Dates: April 11-15, 2022
Session 1: June 20- July 1, 2022
Session 2: July 11-22, 2022
Session 3: July 25 - August 5, 2022
Lunch & Snack: INCLUDED
Cost: $350 / WEEKLY
scholarships are available to qualifying members
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (place in subject line Scholarships)
STEAM stands for science, technology, engineering, arts, and math. Science, technology, engineering, and math, known as STEM, have become a major focal point in today's schools. However, many educators are proposing that art be added to the spectrum to form STEAM.
This idea of adding arts to STEM has recently gained a lot of momentum. The "A" in STEAM doesn't just represent the arts but is more of a broad term that describes liberal arts, language arts, social studies. Physical arts. Fine arts and music.
It puts the fun back in functional, applies creative thinking to STEM projects, and ignites students' imagination and creativity, encouraging students to use their artistic talents to spark innovative thinking.
Business and industry are broadcasting that future-ready employees need to have multiple areas of expertise or appreciate how a range of skills can be beneficial. Therefore, we encourage you to engage your children and young adult about STEAM.