PRIDE Summer Camp

Registration is open!

http://bit.ly/pennrobosummercamp

Fill out the registration form above or below.  If you would like to pay with cash or check, select that as your payment method.  Otherwise, you will be redirected to PayPal to pay with your credit/debit card or PayPal account.

You will sign a waiver on the form.  We will have a hard copy of this waiver on file and one will be emailed to you.

If you choose to pay with cash or check, your registration will not be complete until you receive an email saying we have processed the payment.

Thank you for choosing the Penn Robotics Summer Camp.

Camps:

Week #1: June 11th-15th

01 Creativity Camp Beginner (1st-3rd grade, 6/11-6/15, 9:00a-10:30a) $ 80.00: Students work in small teams using LEGOs to design and build solutions to problems. Each team is mentored by a high school robotics team member. Note: This camp is designed to be fun for everyone. Challenges each day will be theme based. Awards will highlight different design principles.

02 Creativity Camp Advanced (1st-3rd grade, 6/11-6/15, 9:00am-10:30am) $80.00: Students work in small teams using LEGOs to design and build solutions to problems. In advanced camp students will be challenged to build more functional solutions. Each team is mentored by a high school robotics team member. Note: All students should be able to work with others to design more functional ideas out of legos. While the camp is fun, the challenges will be more rigorous.

03 Design Camp Beginner (4th-8th grade, 6/11-6/15, 9:00a-10:30a) $ 80.00: Using 3D Modeling software students learn design fundamentals to create 3D models and assemblies. An emphasis is placed on the many fun features. Note: This is meant for students who have never designed on a computer before. Many high school team members will be available for 1 on 1 support.

04 Design Camp Advanced (4th-8th grade, 6/11-6/15, 9:00a-10:30a) $ 80.00: Using 3D Modeling software students learn design fundamentals to create 3D models and assemblies. In advanced camp the pace will be faster to allow time for a hands on experience to test their design. An emphasis is placed on designing for manufacturing. NOTE: students must have had some design experience (in camp or class) OR be very comfortable with software on a computer.

05 Software(4th-8th grade 6/11-6/15, 11:00a-12:30p) $ 80.00In software camp students will be exposed to the importance of coding to control hardware devices. Students will learn how to talk to sensors and mechanical devices that are used everyday in robotics. This will be a hands on camp, not just coding behind a computer. NOTE: This camp gives students a look at what a programmer does on a robotics team.

06 CNC Manufacturing Camp (4th-8th grade, 6/11-6/15, 11:00a-12:30p) $ 80.00Advanced manufacturing continues to a very rewarding field. In our CNC camp students will learn the design and set up required for our many CNC processes.  Each student will get a take home project. NOTE: Students will be in a manufacturing setting. They must follow directions to ensure safety.

Week #2: June 18th-22nd

07 Build-a-Bot with VEX IQ June 18th-22nd (3rd-5th grade, 6/18-6/22, 9:00a-10:30a) $ 80.00:Students are put into teams to design, build, program, and compete with a robot using the VEX IQ kits.  VEX IQ is used to facilitate the PLTW curriculum at PHM’s Elementary Schools. The last day, families are invited to cheer on campers while they compete in their tournament matches. NOTE: This is a beginning camp, however students must be able to work with others to build a robot. Each team member will have multiple team roles.

08 Build-a-Bot with VEX EDR (5th-8th grade, 6/18-6/22, 11:00a-4:00p) $ 150.00Our most popular camp; students are put into teams to design, build, program, and compete with a robot using the VEX EDR kits. VEX EDR is used to facilitate PLTW curriculum at PHM’s middle and high school pre-engineering classes. Friday teams will compete on a playing field with families in the audience.  NOTE: This is our highest level camp. Students must be able to stay interested in robots for 5 hours. Each team member will have multiple team roles.

Register online:

http://bit.ly/pennrobosummercamp

Mail payment to:

PENN HIGH SCHOOL
C/O Jim Langfeldt
56100 Bittersweet Road
Mishawaka, IN 46545

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