1) Don't let us go to SPAM! PLEASE add us to your Address Book! Our updates have many BCC addresses and your filter may tag this as spam. 2) How to register for all programs: Our registration system is currently being upgraded so we are taking registrations by e-mail only at this time, at firstname.lastname@example.org. 3) Especially for our 2012 campers: we have 2013 calendars for sale at $20, filled with dozens of photos from all six weeks of the camp plus event schedules. A great way to remember projects and friends you met. These cost us $15 each to make and are a small fundraising project for us. 4) We also have gift certificates for classes in any amount.
SAVE THE DATES! July 8-12: Grades 9-12 only and only at Post University in Waterbury. July 15-19: half & full day camps at New Milford High School library. July 22-26: half & full day camps at New Milford High School library. July 29-Aug 2: half & full day camps at New Milford High School library. Aug 5-9: half & full day camps at New Milford High School library.
Possible 6th week, depending on interest, Aug. 12-16.
Programs for Friday, Saturday and Monday (day off from school!)
1) Minecraft Night, Friday, Jan. 18, 6-9PM: pizza and drinks included, $30. 2) Family STEM Saturday, Jan. 19, 1-2:30: Explore forces and kinetics using balloon rockets. For an adult and children. $10 per person. 3) Take it or Leave it, Jan. 21, 9-1 and 1-5: Bring your own project to work on in our workshop space or use our equipment to start a new one.
Please send an e-mail to email@example.com (include your phone number) to register!
We have many opportunities for volunteer time by both students and adults. For students this is a great way to obtain volunteer hours for school, scouts, church and other programs as well as learn new skills and gain experience as Mentors. For adults, this is a way to share your knowledge and skills in STEM and Design fields by assisting in our programs or even creating your own workshops. We also need help with various administrative efforts such as fundraising and special events. Some employers will allow paid time off from work for time spent with us during summer camps or throughout the year.
Whether financial or equipment, Robotics And Beyond needs donations to support its programs. Useful equipment includes almost all computer hardware and flat-panel monitors, broken household electronics for our Tech Dissect programs, tools, etc. Financial donations are needed for tuition assistance to our students and for equipment. Donations can be from individuals or from your employer, or through a gift-match program if your employer offers one. If your employer has a Gifting or Donation program, please consider being our 'employee supporter' and assist us in making a request for funding.