Virtual Summer S.T.E.A.M. Maker Camp 2020
Designed to Inspire Youth with Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math
Moonlighter FabLab Presents:
Virtual Summer STEAM Maker Camp
All of your favorite maker experiences are now engineered to be done safely at home!
A new theme each week - your young maker will be presented with a set of projects
that will challenge them to think critically, curiously, and creatively.
- Ideal for Children Ages 7-12
- All Tools + Materials Delivered To Your Home
- 1 on 1 time with Lead Instructor
- Balance of On-Screen Time, with Real Hands-on Activities!
Each 1 Week Virtual Session: $175
Tool Kit must be returned at the end of the session, or it can be purchased for $75
6-Week In-Person Camp Package: $2000
*Please E-Mail email@example.com for any questions.
Payment plans available for the In-Person Camp Package.
VIRTUAL CAMP LOGISTICS
The tools and materials kits are delivered to your home the weekend before the camp start date. You will receive an email on the Friday before the start date to select a delivery window for the drop off. At the end of the session, we will schedule to pick up the materials on that Friday evening or Saturday morning. These kits will be sanitized and sent out for the next week. If your child is enrolled in multiple consecutive weeks, your tool kit can stay, but we will schedule a drop off of additional materials and supplies for each week's session. Links to all of the online platforms and apps will be emailed the day before the camp start date.
What is Moonlighter FabLab?
Moonlighter is a membership-based digital fabrication lab, creative co-working space, and STEAM learning center in the Wynwood Arts District. It features a range of digital fabrication equipment like 3D printers, laser cutters, CNC routers, sewing machines, circuits and more to help people of all ages build (almost anything) they can imagine. Moonlighter has won multiple awards for its unique approach to innovation and education. Their programs have reached over 3,500 students, over 15 schools, and has partnered with wonderful local institutions like the Frost Science Museum, The Bass Museum, The Wolfsonian Museum, ArtCenter South Florida, The Bakehouse Art Complex, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, Miami Dade College, Mano Americas, The Downtown Development Authority, and more. They have been featured on NBC6, The Miami Herald, Metropolis Magazine, The New Tropic, The New Times, and Telemundo, and had been invited to the White House for the initial Nation of Makers Conference in 2016, organizing maker spaces from across the country to help their communities learn and build the innovations that drive our future. Our programs are highly rated and you can learn more about our previous camps here.
What are the camp hours?
The camps run Monday through Friday (Excluding Holidays) 9am-3pm.
How does a virtual maker camp work?
A kit of tools and materials will be delivered to each student's home. Students will log on to our virtual platform each day at specified time slots for instruction, collaboration, and presenting. There are time slots where they are off screen to work on their projects at their own pace and can send messages to the lead instructors if they have any questions. The tool kit will be picked up at the end of each session, but the camper gets to keep the projects they made!
What ages are allowed to participate in the camp?
Children ages 7-12 are all welcome to join, certain exceptions can be made if contacted in advance.
Who will be leading the camp?
Tom Pupo and Daisy Nodal are the Co-Founders of Moonlighter FabLab. After earning their Masters of Architecture from Florida
International University, they taught at the SOA Design Studio for two
years before opening Moonlighter. They now create one-of-a-kind STEAM
educational experiences via workshops, camps, field trips and events,
where they introduce all ages to the latest technologies available.
Other successful educational programs they produce include Miami Dade College Continuing Education Summer Program and Maker Camp at Doral Conservatory of the Arts and Spring Camp STEAM Sessions at the BASS Museum.
As strong advocates of the Maker Movement, they believe that hands-on
learning is not only the most effective but the most inspiring in the
development of a child.
Can I update my registration information?
Yes, simply email any changes to firstname.lastname@example.org
Do students need prior experience?
No, students will be introduced to all the basic concepts in the camp(s).
Are camps refundable/transferable?
If you change your mind no later than one week before the camp start date, you will receive a full refund.
Alternatively, you can transfer your registration to another child by emailing the contact information to email@example.com
Can I contact you with any more questions?
Yes, you can reach us directly at 305.699.2041 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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