Robotics + Engineering

Robotics + Engineering Summer Camps

One- or multiple-week summer camp programs are taught by tech experts and robotics pros in a fun, engaging and hands-on robotics & engineering experience.

Kids (ages 6-12) and Teens (12-17) create robots to complete awesome challenges. Design and build water rockets and circuits, or create robots using the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3 robotics systems and the Arduino™ electronics prototyping platform.

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Jr. Adventures Camps

Half Day + Full Day  •  One-Week  •  Ages 6-8

Jr. Adventures in
LEGO® Robotics
Morning Session

Construct awesome personal projects using LEGO® WeDo and Motorized Mechanisms sets in a fun, hands-on learning environment.

Jr. Adventures in
LEGO® Robotics
Afternoon Session

Construct awesome personal projects using LEGO® WeDo and Motorized Mechanisms sets in a fun, hands-on learning environment.

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Adventures Camps

Full Day  •  One-Week  •  Ages 8-12

Adventures in Engineering

Computer games and hands-on experiments help campers learn about electrical engineering, structural design, space flight and more. A true STEM camp.

Adventures in Electronics with Arduino™

Bring gizmos to life with electrical engineering and programming. The engineering design process helps campers create a solution and then build it.

Adventures in LEGO® Robotics

Build and program robots using LEGO’s powerful MINDSTORMS® EV3. Work as a team to complete projects and win games created for EV3.

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Teen Camps + Academies

Full Day  •  One-Week + Two-Week  •  Ages 12-17

Robotics & Engineering Academy

Hands-on experience building and prototyping electrical circuits and robotics. This two-week academy features DMA’s custom-built Arduino™ kits.

Arduino Robotics

Learn how to design, assemble and program a robot, using your own Sparkfun RedBot kit. Battle other robots, using cool tools you’ve designed.

Electrical Engineering with Raspberry Pi

Create intelligent computing systems that respond to the real world using Raspberry Pi 3.