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Robotics Camp for Teens

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Office of Lifelong Learning

Posted on March 24, 2010

Summer Robotics Camp created for high school students

High school students can register now for the first Cal U Robotics Camp, set for 8:30-4 p.m. June 21-25.

The team-oriented program is designed for students entering grades 9-12 who have completed a minimum of a pre-algebra class with a letter grade of C or higher.

Participants will receive hands-on experiences in agile robots, mechatronics, rapid prototyping and animatronics.

Cal U's Office of Lifelong Learning and National Center for Robotics Engineering Technology Education (NCRETE) and are sponsoring the camp.

The fee of $199 includes educational materials supplied by NCRETE.

Registration can be completed in person or by mail. Forms are available by calling 724-938-5840 or online at

Completed registration forms should be mailed to: California University Office of Lifelong Learning, 250 University Avenue, Box 12, California, PA 15419. Payment (by check, cash, money order, Master Card, Visa or Discover) must accompany the registration form. Checks should be made payable to "California University of Pennsylvania."

SEEK program

For students too young to attend the Cal U Robotics Camp, the University offers SEEK, the popular Summer Educational Enrichment for Kids program. Open to students in grades 1-8, SEEK's two sessions will take place July 12-16 and August 2-6 on the Cal U campus.