Bruin Bots Camps

2015 Camps

Spring and summer 2014 camps were a huge success engaging youth in hands-on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) learning.  Spring break camps for 2015 are currently open for enrollment.

Bruin Bots Girl Working

Camp Dates:  Monday, April 6th – Thursday, April 9th

Location:  KCC’s Regional Manufacturing Technology Center.  405 hill Brady Rd, Battle Creek, MI.

Cost:  $99 for each camp or $175 for both

To Register:  Return the registration from Bruin Bots Sp Break Camps April 2015 Reg Form, contact KCC’s Lifelong Learning department at 269.965.4134 or email lltemp@kellogg.edu.  Please note – completed registration form and full payment are required for registration.

Morning Camp, 8:00am to 12:00pm - Introduction to LEGO Robotics

This is not science fiction—it’s real robotics! In this camp, students will learn the basic design concepts required to create functioning robots. They will also learn about different types of robots and where they are used in the real world. During the last part of camp, students will be introduced to LEGO Mindstorm sets and will have the opportunity to design and build robots that can perform certain tasks to complete challenges. This camp will engage students in an exciting learning experience focusing on the critical technology and design principles that can lead to the careers of tomorrow!

Afternoon Camp, 12:30pm to 4:30 pm – Tetrix 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 encouraged but not required.

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 lltemp@kellogg.edu.