Two week camp sessions running from June 12th - August 18th, 2017
CODING * 2D & 3D DESIGN * FABRICATION * 3D PRINTING
VIRTUAL REALITY * ELECTRONICS * SUSTAINABILITY
URBAN HACKING * GAME-BASED LEARNING
That time is upon us once again, as Wynwood Maker Camp returns for our fourth fun-filled summer of learning and exploration. Does your child have an interest in technology, music, or art? This year, our summer camp will feature new activities with a focus on the city; developing fundamental skills necessary for creating and thinking about modern cities with the latest digital tools while allowing students to explore their vast interests while learning how to manage students' learning experiences.
The curriculum is centered around exploring new technologies and concepts such as: coding, electronics and robotics using the Internet of Things, sustainability and urban hacking, virtual reality and game design, 2D & 3D design and printing, fabrication, collaboration, communication, and entrepreneurship. During the camp the kids will be making something they can be proud to show to other people. All campers receive a complimentary one month membership to Miami's premier makerspace, Moonlighter.
219 NW 20th St, Suite #104
Miami, Florida, 33127
- Date: June 12th - August 18th, 2017, in two-week sessions
- Time: 9am - 5pm, Early Drop-off/Late Pickup Available
- Ages: 7-14
- Price: $550 per session, $100 deposit required for space
- SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE!!
- Lunch: Optional | $100/session stipend
- Laptop: Highly Recommended
- Supplies: Outside of laptop, all other supplies are provided
- Capacity: 25 students per session
Session 1: June 12th - June 23th, 2017
Session 2: June 26th - July 7th, 2017
Urban Hacking Special Camp Session 3: July 10th - July 21st, 2017
Session 4: July 24th - August 4th, 2017
Session 5: August 7th - August 18th, 2017
Willie is an entrepreneur, creative technologist, hacker, educator, and new media artist. He is the co-founder of 01, and has had his artwork shown at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, HistoryMiami Museum, Locust Projects, &gallery. His interests include innovative education, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, genetic algorithms in design and graduated from Columbia University in Operations Research and Computer Science.
Nelson is a life-long learner, tinkerer, technophile. I believe learning should be fun, meaningful and inspirational for it to be effective. Nelson is the co-founder of 01. My current interests are computational mathematics, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, education and competitive team based video games. I graduated from Florida International University with a focus on Management Information Systems.
Ric is an Entrepreneur and Co-Founder of Mano Americas and co-organizer of Maker Faire Miami. He is the founder and Executive Director of #CubaNow, a 501c4 advocacy organization dedicated to amplifying the efforts of Cuban-Americans who seek to break isolation between our countries and empower the Cuba people to freely determine their future. Previously, he served as Deputy Executive Director of the Cuba Study Group, a nonpartisan, non-profit organization comprised of Cuban-American business and professional leaders dedicated to promoting civil society development in Cuba
Danny is an impact-driven entrepreneur with a passion for making Miami a better place to live, work, learn and play. I am the co-founder of The LAB Miami and Mano Americas, through which I have looked to support local innovators by giving them a place to connect with other change makers and turn their ideas into actions.
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Do students need prior experience?
No prior experience is needed for the camp but learning will be tailored to each student’s progress level to ensure skills acquisition and increase confidence with STEAM topics.
Do students need to be good at math or have an interest in science?
No! The camp will cover these topics in a way that is engaging and fun. Students will be learning by building fun things like cameras, video arcades, radios, and visualizers using cool new technologies.
How are students supervised?
The camp will have 2 full-time instructors and 3 associate instructors with a maximum of 25 students to ensure a maximum 6:1 student:instructor ratio. Instructors are trained in safety procedures including CPR, injury or allergic reaction protocols, and always have a copy of the camper’s emergency contacts with them. Additionally, all students are expected to abide by the Camper Code of Conduct.
Do I need to worry about my kid becoming a mad scientist?
After this camp … probably.
How do I pay?
A $100 nonrefundable deposit is to due upon signing up to reserve your space. The remainder can be paid by primarily Square online form. Check or Cash will be accepted only with prior notice. Payments plans are also possible. Scholarships are available via application when signing up. Please contact email@example.com with any other questions.
Where do I sign up?
Sign up your child right below or call us at (786) 877-0916 for more information.
What if I change my mind, are there refunds?
If you change your mind, and choose to not be in this year's camp, you have 30 days before the first day of your selected session to let us know, and we will refund you your money including your deposit. After 30 days, your deposit will NOT be refunded.