ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS

The STEAM Project Enrichment Programs (for campers entering grades 5-9)

Each session, we offer specialized enrichment programs intended for academically advanced campers. These programs are limited to a small number of our Senior Unit and LIT campers (entering Grade 6 to Grade 9). During the Open Activity period at camp, like-minded campers will complete more sophisticated projects or challenges that will last throughout each session. Some programs have additional material fees and in those programs, campers will bring home their project and associated electronic parts, hardware, and apparel. Campers who participate in Enrichment Programs will still have the opportunity to participate in our Open Activity block.

Program Options

 

 

Smart, creative, and problem-solving girls are encouraged in the STEAM Project to join the other female campers and work together to solve engineering and design challenges. As a team, the girls will learn more about careers in STEM fields. No additional fee is required of this option. 

*There is no additional fee for this option.

Girls in STEM (All sessions) 

 

 

Build, code, and then hack your very own robot. This project combines 3D printing, laser-cutting, electronics, and coding skills to build a customizable and programmable robot. An additional material/component fee applies and the project will be taken home upon completing the program.

*An additional material/component fee applies and the project will be taken home.

DIY Robotics (Session 1)

 

 

These projects involve combining electronic circuitry into clothing, jewellery, and other apparel by designing and making your own wearable electronics projects. An additional material/component fee applies and the project will be taken home upon completing the program.

*An additional material/component fee applies and the project will be taken home.

Future of Fashion (Session 1)

 

 

Learn and practice coding, circuit making, and design skills while working on an electronic project using the Arduino Microcontroller. Your interests and imagination will determine what your project will look like and what it will do. An additional material/component fee applies and the project will be taken home upon completing the program.

*An additional material/component fee applies and the project will be taken home.

Arduino Project (Session 2)

 

 

In this project campers will design, program, and build a remote-controlled robot to take the competition ring to face off with other campers and their robot. An additional material/component fee applies and the project will be taken home upon completing the program. May the best robot win!

*An additional material/component fee applies and the project will be taken home.

DIY Battle Bot (Session 3)

 

 

Design and create your own personalized stylish hat to wear and show off at school next year! Add your own laser-cut and 3D printed accessories to your hat while learning basic sewing techniques at the same time. An additional material/component fee applies and the project will be taken home upon completing the program.

*An additional material/component fee applies and the project will be taken home.

Hack Your Hat (Session 4)

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The STEAM Project Head Office
Main Campus & Makerspace

561 Edward Ave. Unit 1

Richmond Hill, ON, L4C 9W6

P. (289) 819-0178

E. info@thesteamproject.ca

Summer Upper Campus

121 Elgin Mills East

Richmond Hill, ON, L4C 3A8

Summer Lower Campus

11570 Yonge St.

Richmond Hill, ON L4E 3N7