This summer, the Einstein Project will offer three different Makerspace STEM camps. The camps will take place in our Makerspace facility at the Einstein Project, 1255 Einstein Way, Green Bay, WI 54311.
Digital Fabrication (5 day M - F)
$125 per student
June 11-15 or July 9-13
Take control of your creativity as you learn basic software for developing 2D and 3D files that can be used to output to a CNC router, a laser cutter or a 3D printer. We'll start with some software training, do some hands-on projects, then let you follow your own creative path! Along the way we will look at sketching and prototyping techniques that will aid in project development.
Underwater Robotics (3 day M - W)
$75 per student
June 18-20 or Aug 13-15
In this workshop, design and construct an underwater ROV to complete aquatic challenges. This is an introduction to "SeaPerch" robotics in which you learn the design process in adjusting buoyancy, center of gravity, and thrust to propel your vehicle through the water. There will not be a "take home" component to this workshop.
Kinetic Contraptions (5 day M - F)
$125 per student
July 23-27 or Aug 20-24
Get the whole makerspace experience as you tinker with materials and tools, build kit projects and have time to design your own project! You'll learn basic soldering, circuits and construction techniques while building electronic contraptions that move in different ways. The projects will be taken home.
Proto, Inc. formally hosted Camp Contraption. Now, Proto Inc. is a part of Einstein Project.
*Workshops are subject to cancellation if low enrollment.
*Workshops content is designed for grades 6-8. Other students may join; however, the content is not adjusted.