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High School Camps – For Rising 9th and 10th Graders – St. Louis

July 15 - July 19

$95.00

NEW Scholarship Funding Now Available – Contact Barbara Bragg at (314) 286-4822 for more information

Week 2 – July 15-19, 2019, 9AM to 3PM (St. Louis Location), Non-refundable Registration fee: $95

 

Airbrushing Paint FX – Brighten up a dull summer at our custom automotive painting and airbrushing camp! Students will learn popular airbrushing technique

es, starting with basic hands-on airbrush exercises. Whether it’s on the hood of a car, or a canvas, this camp lets you channel your inner artist.

 

Boot-Up Computer Camp – Students will learn about the latest computers and operating systems, how they work and how to apply that knowledge into a real-world networking environment. Working both individually and in small groups, students will complete hands-on class projects.

 

Design and Engineering – Campers will learn manufacturing processes from blueprints and design to prototype production and quality control. Explore how your idea can come to life with Mastercam and SOLIDWORKS software. Use state-of-the-art Computerized Numerical Control (CNC) machines and 3D printing.

 

EV3 Robotics & Racing @ the Academy of Racing Science– Students race electric-powered racing karts learning basic principles like acceleration, braking, & race craft in the morning. After lunch, campers will work with LEGO MINDSTORMS Education EV3, building, programming, and testing real-life robotics technology. Hosted at the Academy of Racing Science, 8800 Watson Road, St. Louis.  Transportation is not provided.

 

Heavy Metals – Use raw metal to create your own designs! Students will learn the fundamentals of welding, from simple techniques to more complex ones. Students will design and fabricate their own metal masterpiece.

 

TETRIX Robotics Technology – Build your own robot and apply engineering design principles while expanding your technical building and logical thinking skills.  Learn programming design and how input/output devices can affect the behavior of a robot. A robotic challenge will test your skills.

 

Remote Control Race Engineering – Students model a motorsports team while working to optimize the performance of a FastTrack RC (remote control) Car through inspection and modifications. Take the challenge!

 

Women in Engineering – Experience the fun and excitement of solving engineering challenges on a team of like-minded young women.  Discover how you can use your unique talents to find satisfaction in engineering.

Before registering your students below, please read the Assumption of the Risk form.

 

Details

Start:
July 15
End:
July 19
Cost:
$95.00
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Venue

Ranken Technical College – St. Louis
4431 Finney Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63113 United States
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Phone:
(866) 4 RANKEN

Organizer

Barbara Bragg
Phone:
(314) 286-4822
Email:
bebragg@ranken.edu