Cancellation Policy: All camp fees are non-refundable.
TO REGISTER for the 2017 ROBOTICS CAMPS
Download the Registration Forms
- General Registration Forms (Intro, Intermediate & HS camps): Total 9 pages
- Intro & Intermediate Camp Application (for scholarship applicants ONLY): Total 10 pages
- High School Camp Application (for Scholarship Applications ONLY): Total 10 pages
- Photo Release Forms (for HS Campers ONLY)
Mail Forms to:
Florida Advanced Technological Education Center
10414 E. Columbus Dr.
Tampa, FL 33619
Or Fax to: 813.259.6576
For more information contact:
Janice Mukhia, Outreach Manager
813.259.6581, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FLATE Partner & reigoRobotics Camps
- Frank H. Peterson Academies (Jacksonville)
- IHMC Robotics Camps (Ocala): For more information contact Ursula Schwuttke at email@example.com
- IHMC Robotics Camps (Pensacola): For more information contact Shari Biery at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Marion Technical Institute (MTI)
- North Florida Community College
- Palm Beach State College
- St. Pete College
- TECHPLAYZONE Summer Camps (Elementday, Middle & High School Students): For more information contact Desh Bagley at 813.684.7329
News Flash! 2017 Robotics & Engineering Summer Camps
FLATE is offering several robotics and engineering camps for middle and high school students this summer. The five day camps are a challenging, but fun way for students to explore and learn about robotics and STEM in a high-tech manufacturing context. Each camp presents students with hands-on activities that are geared to develop real-world skills in programming, learning about 3D modeling and printing, and how each of these concepts are applied in everyday manufacturing operations.
Local camps in the Tampa Bay area will be held at the Engineering Tech Labs and FLATE offices at Hillsborough Community College in Brandon. Cost for the intro and intermediate camp is $175 per week; cost for the high school engineering and technology camp is $200 a week.
The Suncoast Credit Union Foundation is once again partnering with FLATE to provide scholarships for girls from low-income families to attend the any of the robotics camps. Thanks to a grant from Hillsborough County, scholarships are also available for students interested in enrolling in the high school camp. Students from low income families, and/or those participating in a free and reduced lunch program are eligible to apply for the high school camp scholarship. A camp T-shirt, company tour, supplies and curriculum will be provided for all students and is included in the registration fee. More information on the high school camps, applications and scholarship are posted online on the FLATE Camps website.
This year as in last year, FLATE will once again work closely with Hillsborough Community College to provide before and after care for campers who are interested in this option. FLATE is also working with HCC and Hillsborough County School District to provide free breakfast options for campers. More details for signing up for either/or option will be posted on the FLATE Camp website, so stay tuned. Interested in hosting your own Lego Mindstorm camp this summer? FLATE has published and posted its robot camp curriculum and its newly updated EV3 robotics camp guide. Visit the camps page on the Made in Florida website for the summer camp curriculum, or the Best Practices page for the FLATE Robotics Camp Survival kit. You can also contact Dr. Marilyn Barger at email@example.com, and Janice Mukhia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FLATE Summer Robotics Camp Curriculum
NEW!! FLATE Summer Robotics Camp Curriculum Packet! This year FLATE has formalized its curriculum for its summer introductory and intermediate camps in a now published, Camp Curriculum Packet for anyone to download and use for free. Please go FLATE’s Wiki to download this incredible FREE RESOURCE (behind the Camp Resource button on the nome page)! – http://flate.pbworks.com/w/page/10889505/FrontPage