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EMU K-12 Camp Programs
Knowledge and Adventure Await
Encourage your kids to step out and explore a new interest or potential career in a fun and relaxed environment at Eastern Michigan University. EMU faculty, staff and students will be on hand to ignite imaginations and open up a variety of topics from intellectual pursuits to athletic achievement. Available camps will be listed below as they are open for registration.
June 17—August 1, 2019
The Rec/IM Department at EMU is offering an exciting opportunity for your child/children to participate in a multi-dimensional day camp designed to promote friendship and fun!
We are fortunate to be affiliated with a campus that offers a variety of resources to tap into as we plan our program. Campers will participate in groups with children of similar ages. Activities will be programmed to accommodate the interests and skill levels of each group. All children will have opportunities to interact together each day.
Children ages 7 (or entering 2nd grade in the fall) through 12 (at the time of registration).
For more information visit the Fun Camp website.
Girl Scouts STEM One-Day Camps
All camps will be held at EMU Boone Hall
Computer Science, June 15, 2019
(Juniors: 9 a.m.-noon, Cadettes: 1–4 p.m.) Have you ever wanted to build computers and troubleshooting problems? Students learn about computer hardware and its purpose, how to troubleshoot hardware issues, and how to test and install hardware components. Cost: $30 per student
Neuroscience/Drones, July 13, 2019
(Juniors: 9 a.m.–noon, Cadettes: 1–4 p.m.)
STEM (or tech) Mash-up!
This one-of-a-kind course will introduce students to three of the coolest emerging tech fields. Students will get hands-on experience with drones AND neuroscience technologies! Participants will learn about the unmanned aerial sector, while flying state-of-the-art drone models. Students will explore robotics and neuroscience with special interfaces, allowing individuals to control drones, video games, and each other -via brainwaves! Cost: $35 per student
Robotics, August 10, 2019
(Juniors 9 a.m.–noon, Cadettes 1–4 p.m.)
We have NEW Robots! Have you ever wanted to build computers and troubleshooting problems? Students learn about computer hardware and its purpose, how to troubleshoot hardware issues, and how to test and install hardware components. For a final project students will build their own desktop computer and load freeware software. Applied Coding and Robotics is a course designed around exposing you to two major elements: coding and problem solving. Through a blended lecture, video and hands-on learning experience students will learn to code using computer languages such as: Snap!, Scratch and C++, to bring the robots to life. Students will be challenged throughout the class with problems that they must then analyze and resolve using coding and the robot. Cost: $30 per student
To register, please visit the Girl Scouts STEM Camp.
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