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STEM Ed Announcement: Summer STEM Hands-on Programs by Jr.Tech, Inc



This is not a UMass program.
 Contact information is below.
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 Brand new 2015 Summer STEM Hands-on Programs by Jr.Tech, Inc.
 Enrollment is open at http://www.juniortech.org
 
 
 Computer Game Developer!
 July 7, 8 & 9 Tuesday through Thursday 8:30am3:30 pm
 Great 3-day computer camp! Students learn the basic skills to build
 computer games and multilevel game environments using GameMaker
 software. Help your child build skills in this fast growing industry
 where software developers, artists, animators, writers, and game
 developers are in high demand! Twenty-one hours of instruction. Pack a
 lunch.
 Grades: entering 6, 7, 8 & 9
 Price: $295 (3-day camp)
 Max. size: 12 students (fills quickly!)
 Where: Upper Cape Cod Regional Tech, 220 Sandwich Road, Bourne
 
 
 Animation Creation!
 July 10 Friday 8:30 am  12:30 pm
 Animation is everywhere, in movies, websites, games, mobile apps and
 more! Students learn Adobe Flash Animation Software and develop
 marketable skills for a career in animation or just to incorporate
 animation into school projects, presentations, movies, mobile
 applications, or online game projects.
 Four hours of instruction. Pack drink & snack.
 Grades: entering 6, 7 & 8
 Price: $75
 Max size: 12 students
 Where: Upper Cape Cod Regional Tech, 220 Sandwich Road, Bourne
 
 
 Screeching Rockets!
 July 20 Monday 9:00 am  3:00 pm
 Spend a summer day building a rocket model and blasting it skyward!
 Kids have great fun building but even more fun igniting and watching
 their rocket scream into the sky! Six hours of instruction. Pack a
 lunch.
 Grades: entering 5, 6 & 7
 Price $85 (includes model & materials)
 Max size: 10 students
 Where: Barnstable United School, 730 Osterville West Barnstable Road,
 Marstons Mills
 
 
 Simple Machines for Kids
 July 20 Monday 9:00 am  3:00 pm
 Simple machines help make our daily work easier and are everywhere! Is
 your child curious about whats hidden inside every day machines &
 structures or interested in devices that can make tough jobs easier?
 Using the LEGO Simple Machine kits, students have fun learning and
 building the six types of simple machines: lever, pulley, inclined
 plane, wedge, screw, and wheel and axle.
 Six hours of instruction. Pack a lunch.
 Grades: entering 4, 5 & 6
 Price: $85 (includes use of kit)
 Max size: 8 students
 Where: Barnstable United School, 730 Osterville West Barnstable Road,
 Marstons Mills
 
 
 Fizz, Bang, Boom!
 July 21 Tuesday 9:00 am  3:00 pm
 Summertime fun with chemistry concoctions that fizz, bang, and boom!
 Enjoy hands-on activities with Gross Green Slime, Wacky Worms, Oobleck
 Mysterious Materials, Alka Seltzer Rockets, Harry Potter Pop Rocks, and
 more! Six hours of instruction. Pack a lunch.
 Grades: entering 4 & 5
 Price: $85 (materials included)
 Max size: 12 students
 Where: Barnstable United School, 730 Osterville West Barnstable Road,
 Marstons Mills
 
 
 Computer Science Camp for Kids!
 July22,23&24 Wednesday through Friday 9:00 am  3:00 pm
 Does your student want more access to computer science? Weve developed
 this intro level to basic computer science coding program using
 Code.org drag and drop software and games. In this three-day camp,
 students will write their first code and computer programs!
 This course is intended for younger kids who love computer science,
 solving fun coding puzzles, and learning basic programming skills.
 Eighteen hours of instruction. Pack a lunch.
 Grades: entering 5,6 & 7
 Price: $245
 Max size: 14 students
 Where: Barnstable United School, 730 Osterville West Barnstable Road,
 Marstons Mills
 
 
 Computer Programming in Java!
 August 3, 4 & 5 Monday through Wednesday 9:00 am  3:00 pm
 This course will provide a kick start to becoming a capable programmer.
 Students will tackle the fundamentals of programming and learn to write
 basic programs for computers and mobile devices using the Java
 Programming Language. Topics include: What is a variable? What are the
 different types of variables, and what do they do? What is a Function?
 What are data structures and how are they used? What are Classes and
 Objects? How do I use Mathe- matical, Boolean, and Comparative
 Operators? What is the difference between If and Else statements?
 Students also learn commonly used functions by programmers such as
 print- ing work to a console, and more. This is an introductory level
 for older students. Basic computer and keyboarding skills required.
 Eighteen hours of instruction. Pack a lunch.
 Grades: entering 7, 8 & 9
 Price: $245
 Max Size: 10 students
 Where: Upper Cape Cod Regional Tech, 220 Sandwich Road, Bourne
 
 
 Contact:
 Jr.Tech, Inc
 774-994-2097
 phyllis@juniortech.org
 www.juniortech.org
 
 
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