Building Motion Sensors with Arduino is for students rising into 7th – 9th grades. No coding or engineering experience is required. This camp is one week long and limited to 20 students. The registration fee is $25/week, waived upon request, and it includes lunch.
STEM Santa Fe mainly focuses on serving Northern New Mexico students in 5th – 12th grade, providing engaging project-based programming with real-world context. They aim to reduce disparity in educational opportunities and to increase diversity in STEM by offering programs at low to no cost to families.
Space is limited and registration is currently open at: www.stemsantafe.org
STEM Santa Fe advocates for, develops, and provides Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) programming, mentoring, and resources for all youth, to realize their potential and expand their opportunities in a dynamic world.
Title sponsor is Wildflower International. Other sponsors include: LANL/TRIAD, NCGR, City of Santa Fe, N3B Los Alamos. Santa Fe Community College, Northern New Mexico College, New Mexico Tech, MathHappens Foundation, Enterprise Bank & Trust, Sandia National Laboratories, Santa Fe Community Foundation – Las Campanas Community Grants Fund, NM Childrens’ Foundation, McCune Foundation, and Meow Wolf.