July 19-30 from 2-3 P.M.
Students in 5th-8th grade
Join us for this fun, interactive two-week camp that will introduce students to the fundamentals of electronics and circuit assembly. During the first week of the course, students will be familiarized with Autodesk Tinkercad circuits, a virtual circuit simulator. Students can place and wire components, program using codeblocks and C++, and simulate their code and virtual circuit to see how their design works in real life. In the second week of the course, students will apply their knowledge of circuit design and code to build their own, physical electronics project using an Arduino, breadboards, LEDS, and other circuit components.
Class fee for two weeks is $40. Materials needed: computer/laptop. No prior engineering/programming experience required!
Explore a diverse library of components to assemble circuits of your very own design.
Drag and Drop Code
Write drag and drop code to simulate and light up your circuit. Students will learn how to code in scratch and C++.
Students will be able to apply the knowledge they learned form the first week and build their own electronics projects using an Arduino, breadboard, and other circuit components!
Kavya Khare (left) will be attending UC Davis for Electrical Engineering and Natasha Parker (right) will be attending Carnegie Mellon for Computer Science. Kavya and Natasha are proficient in electronic design, computer aided design, and Arduino language and electronics. They love to teach students engineering and have led their high school’s Makers Club.