Our first School Break Mini-Camp held at the end of December was a great success. Teens worked with Ashley Perez (engineering major at the University of Buffalo), and Louis Grassi (student at White Plains High School). They worked on a variety of projects showing different ways of creating energy, from bio-fuels to solar panels and wind turbines to perpetual motion.
Our second School Vacation Maker Camp—held February 18-21—will focus on Robotics. Teens will participate in a variety of no tech to hi tech activities that will teach
basic skills in Engineering, Coding, Design Thinking, and Computational Thinking. Some of the projects will include Arduino micro-controller boards, electric motor engineering projects, and no tech projects to teach computational thinking and design thinking.
The camp will be held February 18-21, from 9:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
For teens in grades 6 and up. Registration required for each individual session; attendance each day is a must. To register, visit our online calendar or call us at (914) 422-1481. There is a $5 materials fee due on the first day.
This program is made possible by a grant from Con Edison to the White Plains Library Foundation.
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