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Robotics Camp information


Maryland Summer Center for Future Engineers:

 Robot Design sponsored by the

 Maryland Space Business Roundtable


LOCATION: Frostburg State University

Allegany County


DATES: June 26-July 1

TUITION: $400 6-day residential


Look into the future as you design

your very own robot for a real-world

application. You will define the

needs based on an actual situation and

then use your newly acquired

engineering knowledge, creativity,

and passion to build a robot. Work

with engineers in high tech, state-ofthe-

art labs and explore career paths

in the exciting field of engineering.

In addition, you will have the

opportunity to experience living on a

college campus.


Contact:  mseltayeb@frostburg.edu



 Dr. M. Eltayeb

Center for Future Engineers:Robotic



Frostburg State University

Department of Physics and Engineering

123 Compton Science Center

Frostburg, MD 21532

(301) 687-4298

Fax (301) 687-7966


University of Maryland

Summer LEGO Robotics Camp 


Program Description

The Summer LEGO Robotics Camp will introduce elementary school aged children (rising 4th, 5th, and 6th grades) to building and programming robots using LEGO Mindstorms. Students will learn mechanical design, construction, programming and teamwork skills. Students will work in small teams using LEGO blocks, motors, and sensors. Students use a computer to teach their robot to move, react, and makes sounds in order to solve challenges. Students will also take a music and/or art class. Students are required to bring lunch. Snacks will be provided.

The Summer Robotics Camp will introduce middle school aged children (rising 7th and 8th grades) to mechanical design, construction, programming, and teamwork skills using TETRIX by Pitsco. Students will build TETRIX robots and they will be controlled by the LEGO Mindstorm Intelligent Brick. Students will also participate in music and art classes. Students are required to bring lunch. Snacks will be provided.

University of Maryland
A huge list of summer programs with science, engineering, and more emphasized 
Towson summer computer camp   






42 West Campbell St., Ste. 301
Campbell, CA 95008
Contact: Ryan Barone  

Email: info@internaldrive.com
Phone: (888) 709-8324
Fax: (408) 871-2228


Robin Shoop directs the Robotics Academy at Carnegie Mellon University. The Robotics Academy offers onsite and online professional development opportunities for teachers as well as a comprehensive robotic curriculum. The Robotics Academy hosts robotic camps and competitions for students.  More can be found at 



Pittsburgh area camp

Johns Hopkins

Engineering Innovation 




girls only- Women in Engineering program at UM   



Baltimore's Child magazine   

 Summer Camp Listing


St. James Academy lists robotics



Camp Red Fox also lists robotics



these were the only two that specifically listed robotics






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