Arrowhead United Way STEM Camp
The Arrowhead United Way will sponsor a select number of students to attend an amazing Kids That Code programs at Cal State San Bernardino
April 28 – May 19
Parents must submit a brief statement on the online registration form on why their child should be sponsored 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
– Students receiving a sponsorship can enroll in only one (1) course per person
– A non-refundable reservation fee is required from each student
– 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
Introduction to Electronics with Arduino: 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Engineering with Minecraft, Grades 4-8, 9:00 am – 10:30 am, Reservation fee: $15.00 per student
Minecraft is not only a popular game but an excellent teaching tool. Students will be exposed to the technical side of Minecraft. Activities include how to create logic structures with redstone, use command blocks and create a Minecraft server.
Game Programming with Scratch, Grades 4-8, 11:00 am -12:30 pm, Reservation fee: $15.00 per student
Students will learn fundamental computer programming concepts and principles such as variables, control structures, and Boolean expressions. The course is taught by an experienced instructor with a computer programming background. This course is essential to learning coding.
Introduction to Electronics with Arduino, Grades 6-12, 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm, Reservation fee $15.00 per student
Arduino is a credit card sized mini computer that can be used to teach programming and electronics. Students can create amazing interactive objects and projects with sensors that can control lights, motors, and much more. The basis for electrical engineering. This is a great class for kids who are curious on how and why electronics work.