Summer 2019 ~ UA Little Rock VEX Robotics Camps

We are excited to offer 6 VEX camps for Summer 2019! All camps are M-T-W-Th-F, half-days, either in the morning (8:30-11:30 am) or afternoons (1-4 pm). The cost for each camp is $175 (non-refundable) and includes a t-shirt and snacks. To ensure effective student-to-instructor ratios, camps will be limited to 20 students each – no exceptions. All camps will feature competition on Friday, which family and friends are welcome to attend!

Click the video link for a recap of last summer!

 

Register here:  2019 VEX Summer Camp Registration

 

VEX IQ – BEGINNER – FULLSession 1: June 24-28, morning session; Session 2: June 24-28 afternoon session

GIRL Powered VEX V5!  – Session 3: July 8-12, afternoon session

The purpose of VEX Girl Powered is to encourage new experiences, a diverse culture, and a more encompassing definition of what a roboticist looks like. In an effort to encourage more middle school/high school girls into robotics, we are providing a girls-only session. The camp will offer the same skills as Session 4 but with the NEW V5 System! It is open to rising 6th-12th grade girls

VEX EDR – (Just a few spots remain) Session 4: July 15-19, afternoon session

Explore the worlds of engineering, robotics, and coding with the VEX Robotics Design System. Get hands-on experience building a frame and base for the robot and engineer its wiring. Teams must adapt their robots to compete in user-piloted challenges and obstacle courses as well as autonomous robot challenges requiring programming using the ROBOTC software. This camp is open to rising 6th-12th grade boys and girls.

VEX IQ AdvancedSession 5: July 8-12, FULL  Session 6: July 15-19, morning session (just a few spots remain)

This camp is for students already familiar with VEX IQ robotics, either through their school, last year’s camp, or by attending Sessions 1 or 2. This camp will focus on advanced building and programming strategies, including the use of sensors. This camp is open to all rising 3rd-8th grade students. 

Have Questions?
Contact Sandra Leiterman at saleiterman@ualr.edu  or Sydney Quaid at qsydney25n@gmail.com