Tuft’s Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO) has a few spaces still available in its Game Design Engineering workshop for Grades 5-8 this week, July 15-19 — and is now including Grade 5.
KTBYTE offers week-long, camp-styled summer classes and robotics clubs in Newton and Lexington with curricula that are “progressive, rigorous, and fun”:
- Introduction to Coding, ages 9-12
- Game Design with JavaBlocks, ages 9-12
- Game Design with Processing, ages 9-12
- Robotics Club (beginner), ages 9-14
- Smart Things Program, ages 10+
- Computer Science (intermediate), ages 13+
- Project Creation with Arduino, ages 13+
New England Sci-Tech — a non-profit STEM education center and maker space on the Natick/Wellesley line (16 Tech Circle in Natick) — has new summer workshops, clubs, and events:
Empow Studios, with graduate students from MIT’s Media Lab, is offering students entering Grades 5-9 a one-week summer workshop exploring Artificial Intelligence and Ethics, June 24-28. Students will learn about AI and its strengths and weaknesses while participating in problem-solving and design-thinking activities.
Coding Butterfly (132 Charles Street, Auburndale) is offering summer programs in professional tools and languages, June through August. Use promo code SAVE50 for a $50 discount. For more information, call 617-420-2828.
MIT’s Summer HSSP is a weekend academic program (July 7-August 18) for students entering Grades 7-12 (plus those who just graduated high school). Courses are run on the MIT campus by volunteers on Sundays at various times between 10:30AM and 3PM. Registration is now open until June 26 on a lottery basis, with equal consideration given to all applicants registering by that deadline. The cost is $40 regardless of the number of courses taken, and generous financial aid is available. For more information, email email@example.com. The course catalog contains these 36 STEM courses:
- Python By Example
- Quantum Information and Quantum Computation
- Hack all teh things
- Introduction To Machine Learning
- Trends in Software Engineering
- Random topic(s) in Engineering
- Inferential Statistics: How We Learn to Make Decisions
- Elliptic Curves
- How to factor sin x?
- Linear Algebra
- The Computational Complexity of Games and Puzzles
- Advanced Topics in Combinatorics
- Mycology: Biology, Behavior, and an Introduction to Fungi
- Intro to Thermodynamics!
- The Chemistry of Food
- The Transition (Metals) of Life
- A Deep Dive into Drugs, Diseases and Development (and more!)
- Introduction to Biochemistry
- Intro to Synthetic Biology!
- The chemistry of colors and nuclear energy
- From Earth to Mars: An Introduction to Rocketry
- The Physics of Life
- Introduction to Epidemiology
- Climate change, climate action
- The Biological Basis of Neurological Disorders
- Epidemiology: The Science of Disease
- Pandemics, Epidemics and Genomics
- Intro to Organic Chemistry
- A Mirror Into the Mind: An Introduction to Neuroscience
- The Wonderful Science of Baking
- Sensational Neuroscience: How Your Brain Understands the World
- Blast Off: Intro to Airplanes and Rocketry!
- Rationality: How to model our world, seek truth, and strive for good decisions
- Lithographic Patterning: Photons, Electrons and Ions
Edge on Science will offer a one-week team engineering workshop in Catapult Engineering for ages 10-14, July 22-26 at Regis College in Waltham. Register with promo code CATAPULT50 by June 10 to save $50. (Note: The registration page shows the June 24-28 session is full with a wait list, so scroll down that page for the July 22-26 session.)
Roxbury Community College’s STEM Division will offer a free, month-long summer STEM camp, July 8 to August 9, to help students entering Grades 10-12 prepare for STEM in college. Classes in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Math, Robotics, and Maker Space will run Mondays-Wednesdays, 9AM-4:30PM, with field trips on Thursdays. Free breakfast and lunch are provided. Fill out the application (PDF) and mail it to RCC STEM Division; Academic Building 3, Room 401; 1234 Columbus Ave.; Roxbury Crossing 02120. For more information, contact RCC’s Dean of STEM, Hillel Sims, at 857-701-1501 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
“e” inc. — Boston’s environment science learning and action center — still has room in its two one-week summer programs for ages 6-12:
- Unexplored Frontiers: The Deep Ocean (August 19-23)
- The Solar System & Beyond (August 26-30)
To register, scroll down their program page to find the forms to print out and return (by USPS mail or email) and then pay online or by USPS mail.
Tuft’s Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO) has a few spaces still available in these summer programs running 9AM-3PM: