2024 STEMventure Camp: South Charleston

Explore the Future at MAMC’s STEMventure Camp 2024!

Dive deep into the realms of STEM and entrepreneurship at this year’s STEMventure Camp, designed specifically for middle and high school students aged 11-17. This isn’t just any day camp; it’s a week-long journey of discovery and inspiration, blending workshops, hands-on projects, and an exciting field trip to a leading local manufacturer.

From the fundamentals of 3D and 2D design to the intricacies of robotics and drone technology, campers will engage in a series of immersive activities that not only bolster their STEM skills but also their creativity and innovation. With a focus on real-world applications and entrepreneurship, we’re preparing the next generation of innovators and thinkers.

Prerequisites: A spark of interest in STEM or STEAM is all that’s needed, alongside basic computer literacy. Our camp is designed for those who can engage in 30-minute lessons, follow directions, and are ready for brain-boosting breaks and immersive activities.

Dates & Times:

  • South Charleston: June 24 – 28

Location:
Marshall Advanced Manufacturing Center
100 Angus E. Peyton Drive
South Charleston, WV 25303

Every camp day runs from 9:00 AM drop-off to 2:00 PM pick-up, Monday through Friday.

Experience Highlights: Campers will get immersed in activities like 3D design and printing, 2D design and cutting/engraving, trade skills simulations (including welding and machining), robotics, drones, and many more innovative experiences currently in development.

Embark on a STEMventure: Join us for a unique opportunity to transform curiosity into capability and dreams into designs. This camp is your launchpad into the exciting world of STEM and entrepreneurship. Ready to explore the wonders of technology and innovation? Sign up for the STEMventure Camp 2024 and take the first step towards your future in STEM.

Please read Code of Conduct before payment and registration.

 

 

2024 Summer Camp Code of Conduct

The Marshall Advanced Manufacturing Center is committed to offering an enriching, safe, and enjoyable summer camp experience for all participants. To maintain a positive environment, we have established the following Code of Conduct for the 2024 summer session:

Pick-Up and Drop-Off Policies

Ensuring the safety and well-being of our campers during pick-up and drop-off times is of paramount importance. Please review the following policies carefully:

Drop-Off Time:

Campers can be dropped off Monday through Friday, no earlier than 9:00 AM. This helps us maintain a structured start to our day and ensures all campers can begin activities together.

Pick-Up Time:

We kindly request that campers be picked up as close to 2:00 PM as possible. Timely pick-up allows us to ensure all campers are safely accounted for at the end of each camp day.

Late Pick-Up or Early Drop-Off:

We understand that unforeseen circumstances can affect your schedule. If you anticipate being late for pick-up or need to drop off your child earlier than the scheduled time, please contact our camp coordinator, Kara Mullins, as soon as possible at 740-577-1355. Notifying us in advance helps us make necessary arrangements to accommodate your needs while ensuring the safety and supervision of all campers.

We appreciate your cooperation and understanding in adhering to these policies, as they are in place to ensure a smooth and enjoyable experience for everyone involved. Should you have any questions or concerns regarding pick-up and drop-off, please do not hesitate to reach out to Kara Mullins directly at or 304-781-1624

We encourage behavior that supports learning, safety, and fun. Positive reinforcement will be our primary tool in managing camper behavior.

Zero Tolerance Policy:

Aggressive behavior, whether physical, verbal, or psychological, towards another camper, will not be tolerated under any circumstances. Such conduct contradicts our camp’s values of respect and kindness.

Initial infractions of non-aggressive behavior will receive a warning. A second infraction will result in the camper being unable to participate in activities for a period of time, determined by camp counselor, that is no more than 30 min. A third infraction will result in the camper’s parent and/or guardian being called to pick up their child for the day. If any other negative behavioral issues are observed after these three courses of action, the camper’s parent(s) and/or guardian(s) will be called and asked to pick up their child. At this point, they will not be allowed to return for the remainder of the camp, and registration fees will not be refunded.

In cases where a camper’s actions causes bodily or mental harm to another, they will be immediately removed from group activities. The parent or guardian will be notified and must pick up their child as soon as possible. The camper will not be permitted to return to the camp, with no refund of the registration fee.

Our primary goal is to ensure the fun and safety of all campers, fostering an environment where learning and creativity flourish.

Liability Disclaimer: While the Marshall Advanced Manufacturing Center prioritizes the safety and well-being of all camp participants, it cannot be held liable for unforeseen incidents resulting in injury, loss of life, or limb. Participation in the camp indicates acceptance of these terms and an understanding of personal responsibility for one’s safety and actions.

Contact Information

For any questions, please reach out to:

Kara Mullins

304.781.1624

$200.00

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