Gold Medal STEM
Can’t make it to Tokyo this summer? Come join us in this camp to discover how STEM concepts can be applied applied to a variety of sports and help Olympians medal in their events. How does a diver minimize their splash and maximize their score? How is sports equipment made to accommodate maximal forces? The underlying STEM principles for the sports you know and love will be investigated as participants build and race a robotic swimmer, customize their own bow and arrows, and test cycling gears!
Is there a doctor in the house? This popular program is back for Summer 2020 to provide budding medical students a general understanding of human anatomy through hands-on explorations of the heart, blood, skin, bones, and muscles! Participants will perform a (sheep) heart dissection, practice suturing, explore the physics of blood flow, and much more. Participants will apply engineering principles and practices to a fun bioengineering project that explores the structure and function of the human hand.
Did you know that some of the smallest things in our universe are also some of the most powerful? From molecules to microscopes, to chemical reactions and circuits, this program will take a hands-on approach to exploring some of the STEM-related underpinnings of many seemingly invisible things around us. How can we make sense of the things we can’t see? What’s behind the flip of a switch? What is life made of? In the course of answering these and other questions, students will design and build instant thermo-chemical packs and even make their own handheld fans!
Lifecycle of a Startup
Do you have a student with a product or business idea, interested in entrepreneurship? This business boot camp is an action-packed simulation about entrepreneurship. It realistically simulates starting a new business from scratch: developing an idea into a product offering, finding partners, creating a business model, designing marketing plans and media, raising investment from investors and sales. The goal is to end the week by making a profit (on paper). The experience involves teamwork and problem solving to overcome unexpected challenges that occur during the lifecycle of a start-up business. Please note: This is an application to be admitted to Lifecycle of a Startup and your student will be required to answer two selective questions. Completing this application is no guarantee of enrollment. If your student is selected, you will be notified by email within 10 days of your application at which time you will be prompted to login to your account and pay for the program to secure your spot.
|Aurora/Batavia||Rotolo Middle School, 1501 S. Raddant Rd., Batavia, IL 60510||7/20||Apply Now|
|Aurora/Batavia||Rotolo Middle School, 1501 S. Raddant Rd., Batavia, IL 60510||7/27||Apply Now|
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