Student Robotics Camp

Aerospace Academy Student Robotics/Camps

Registration is NOW OPEN

Email: jason.fontaine@sjcd.edu

 

WATER-BOT STUDENT CAMPS

 

 

    

 

What does it take to make robotics work underwater? San Jacinto College-Aerospace Academy is offering several underwater robotic camps for students ages 12-16. Our Water-Bot camps explore the underwater world of remote operated vehicles (ROVs) and the real-world applications of this exciting field.  The exploration continues in three different levels based on experience. 

  • The Beginner camp offers students the opportunity to learn the basics in electronics, soldering, and robotic construction. No prior robotic experience is required.
  • The Intermediate camps will build upon the beginner skills and add complex engineering design.  Some robotic experienced recommended.
  • The Advanced camps will test your ability in robotics with preparation for larger, more complex robotic competitions. This class requires Beginner, Intermediate and advanced robotics understanding.

In addition, all camps will offer behind the scenes tours at NASA-Johnson Space Center, professional speakers, and much more.

 

Beginner Camp

DATE: June 13th - June 15th

TIME: Campers must bring lunches & drinks daily.  Snacks will be provided.

PLACE: Camps will be held at San Jacinto College Central Campus Science Building

 

Intermediate Camp

DATE: June 27th - June 29th

TIME: Campers must bring lunches & drinks daily. Snacks will be provided.

PLACE: Camps will be held at San Jacinto College Central Campus Science Building

 

Advanced Camp

DATE: July 5th - July 8th

TIME: Campers must bring lunches & drinks daily. Snacks will be provided.

PLACE: Camps will be held at San Jacinto College Central Campus Science Building

For more information about our camps, please contact: jason.fontaine@sjcd.edu

 

 

 

 

 

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