Free Engineering, 3D Printing, & Robotics Summer Camps

Is your child interested in robotics, 3D printing, or engineering? If so, check out BotsIQ’s free summer programs for children in grades 4 – 9. Camps are available through early August.

BotsIQ Summer Programs

This summer, BotsIQ, a manufacturing workforce development program of the Pittsburgh Chapter National Tooling & Machining Foundation, is offering free tech-themed summer camps for students in grades 4 – 9. Participation in the camps is completely free but registration is required.

What programs are available?

BotsIQ offers 3 free summer camps for students in grades 4 – 9, including:

 

Engineering Camp

Students entering 7th – 9th grade are invited to explore engineering, machining, robotics, and more!

 


 

Robotics Camp 

Students entering 7th – 9th grade are invited to explore engineering, building, coding, 3D printing, and more!

 


 

3D Printing Camp 

Students entering 4th – 6th grade are invited to explore 3D printing, designing, and more!

 

      How to Register

      To learn more and register, visit the BotsIQ website. Attendees must have a bagged lunch that does not require refrigeration. Space is limited so submit a registration today!

      For more tech stories, visit our news page.

    • News
    • Leave a Reply

      Your email address will not be published.

      This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

      Join Us in Our Refurbishing Efforts

      Our Partners