Arrowhead United Way Winter STEM Camp
The Arrowhead United Way will sponsor a select number of students to attend our amazing Kids That Code Winter Camp at Cal State San Bernardino. Students will participate in activities involving computer programming, video game design, electronics, and related fun and games.
Class is at full capacity!
The camp will take place during your child’s winter break!
December 17th — December 20, 2018
Camp Hours: 9:00AM – 4:00PM
Drop-off Hours: 8:30AM – 9:00AM
Pick-up Hours: 4:00PM – 4:30PM
Class is at full capacity!
The sponsorship is available to families of moderate to low income who would face a financial hardship for paying the full price for this program or other similar programs
Parents must submit a brief statement on the online registration form on why their child should be sponsored by the Arrowhead United Way. Also answer the question: Is the Kids That Code winter camp the type of program that you would normally be able to afford? Would it be a hardship to pay for this type of program without a sponsorship by the Arrowhead United Way?
Eligible students must attend a school in a community served by the Arrowhead United Way: Big Bear City, Big Bear Lake, Bloomington, Blue Jay, Cedar Glen, Cedarpines Park, Colton, Crestline, Crest Park, Devore, Fawnskin, Grand Terrace, Green Valley Lake, Highland, Lake Arrowhead, Loma Linda, Muscoy, Patton, Rialto, Rimforest, Running Springs, San Bernardino, Skyforest, Sugarloaf, Twin Peaks
A $50 reservation fee will be required from each student receiving a sponsorship to guarantee a seat.
The Arrowhead United Way will reimburse the $50 fee to all families whose child attends all four days of the program.
Enrollment information will be shared with the Arrowhead United Way for statistical purposes
Transportation will not be provided
Enrollment is on a first come, first serve basis
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