Sierra Makers partner, Hacker Lab is hosting a series of camps for children this summer to inspire the next generation of makers.
This summer, students throughout the Sacramento region can think differently through STEM-based summer camps. Hacker Lab, a startup co-working space in Sacramento and Rocklin, is hosting summer camps through public charter program SacMakers Academy and Intellibricks, a Lego-based robotics program.
SacMakers Academy’s program offers 4th-12th graders education in robotics, arduino computers, game design, furniture design, jewelry making, YouTube content creation, board game design, 3D modelling, cosplay/prop making and more in weekly offerings from June 18-Aug. 3. To register, visit the Sacramento summer maker camp web page.
Sacramento summer camps – 1715 I Street, Sacramento:
- June 18-12: Cosplay/Prop Making
- June 25-29: Jewelry Making
- July 9-13: Furniture Design
- July 16-20: USB Arduino Controller/Gamepad
- July 30-Aug. 3: 3D Character for Game Development
Rocklin summer camps – 4415 Granite Drive #200, Rocklin:
- June 18-12: Board Game Design w/ Lasers
- June 25-29: Robotics
- July 9-13: 3D Modelling
- July 16-20: YouTube Content Creation
- July 30-Aug. 3: Unreal Engine Game Dev