Rocklin & Sacramento Camps Inspire Young Makers

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

Students can also participate in Intellibricks, a Lego-based robotics, animation and javascript coding program for ages 5-16 in June, July and August at  Hacker Lab’s location in Rocklin. Other classes are offered in Roseville, Lodi, Lincoln, Elk Grove, Auburn, Folsom, Citrus Heights and Sacramento. To register, visit the Intellibricks page.



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