Bring gadgets to life with electrical engineering and hardware code! Learn how to program electronics using Arduino, an electrical engineering prototyping platform that teaches people about electronics and how electronic circuits can work. Ignite your creativity as you discover how engineering and programming work together to make new and exciting inventions a reality.
You’ll use the engineering design process (i.e., create, test and improve) to break down a problem, design a solution, and finally build it. You’ll leave camp with an understanding of the electrical engineering process along with an Arduino to take home.
Who can attend?
Students ages 10 to 13 (5th Grade - 7th Grade)
Anyone interested in electronics or basic programming.
General computer experience and handiness.
June 3 – 13 – Monday to Thursday – Two Weeks
- University of Houston-Downtown (9 am to 12 noon)
- Faith West school (1 pm to 4 pm)
June 17 – 27 – Monday to Thursday – Two Weeks
- Cornerstone Christian Academy, Sugar Land (9 am to 12 noon)
- Nolan Ryan Jr. High School (9 am to 12 noon)
July 1 – 11 – Monday to Thursday – Two Weeks (no class on July 4)
- University of Houston-Clear Lake (12 noon to 3 pm)
Tuition: $315 (includes course material, and handouts)
|Early-Bird Registration||On or Before March 31, 2019||$285|
|Early Registration||April 1 - May 20, 2019||$295|
|Regular Registration||On or After May 21, 2019||$315|
Secure your spot and save on tuition by registering early!