Robotics Camp

 

 

 

Welcome to Robotics Camp 2020!

This year, HSU’s hands-on, activity-based Robotics Camp will take place from students’ homes via the use of video conferencing and the Internet. This camp is meant to inspire students and foster interest in STEAM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math). Our camp introduces students who are entering 8th and 9th grades to programming and various other STEAM disciplines through fun, age-appropriate activities. Each participant this summer will receive an mBot Ranger robot kit. We will build the kit during the camp and the kit is theirs to keep. Campers will work in teams of two using videoconferencing to solve robot challenges. We know that this Robotics Camp experience will foster a life-long passion for learning!

 

 

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Registration: Click Here to register for Robotics Camp. Registration closes Friday, July 10th.

If registration is full and you would like to put your child on the waitlist or if you have any questions about Robotics Camp, please contact us.

Dates: July 20-24, July 27-30

Times: Weekdays in the afternoon

Location: Participants will work from home.

Requirements: Robotics Camp is for students entering 8th and 9th grades. The camp requires a Windows computer and network connection. Please contact us if you need help obtaining camp requirements.

Cost: $300

Liability Forms and Photo Release: A hard copy of the liability form and photo release will need to be completed and mailied to HSU with wet signatures. These must be received before July 20th for students to participate. Please mail to:

Molly Pucillo, HSU Office of Admissions, 1 Harpst Street, Arcata, CA 95521 

Contact: Molly Pucillo, molly.pucillo@humboldt.edu, 707.826.5481

Details about the Camp

The camp will run for nine weekdays, starting July 20th and ending July 30th. The cost is $300. Campers will work in teams of two to improve their collaborative learning and teamwork skills. This year, Robotics Camp participants will use the Makeblock mBot Ranger, and the goals are to learn programming skills and have fun. For information about the mBot Ranger, please see the video above.

Challenges will include:

  • Programming a Robot Artist
  • Competitive Racing
  • Orienteering 

Stay engaged this summer! Join us for what we hope will be a fun and exciting Robotics Camp!