Bruin Bots Camps

2014 Camps

Spring and summer 2014 camps were a huge success and engaged over 25 youth in hands-on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) learning.  Check back for 2015 camp details soon.

Bruin Bots Girl WorkingTetrix Robotics – In this advanced course students will take their robot engineering skills to the next level! They’ll learn how to design and manufacture robots using advanced engineering techniques, including the process of designing and manufacturing parts to build a robot using the Tetrix Building System (a system used by FIRST robotics middle school competition teams). Some experience with robotic design and engineering is recommended.

Lego Design and Engineering – This course will teach students the engineering concepts necessary to build advanced Lego designs and solid structures that hold up to rigorous testing. Participants will leave with the technical skills to create the Lego models they’ve always dreamed of and tried to create but didn’t have the technical skills to build to their satisfaction.

Bruin Bots participants build a robot during class

 

All camps are designed for students in grades 6-9.   For information about youth robotics programming opportunities for students, adults and community partners at KCC, contact Bruin Bots staff at bruinbots@kellogg.edu.