SUMMER ENGINEERING CAMP
The Archbishop Spalding Engineering Camp is an exciting opportunity for students in grades 6th, 7th, and 8th to delve into the world of engineering. Led by knowledgeable counselors, including Project Lead the Way engineering students and CAVineer team members from Archbishop Spalding High School, the camp aims to provide hands-on experiences and immersive learning. The camp offers a unique environment where participants can explore various engineering concepts and potential career paths. Throughout the program, campers engage in a range of activities, such as constructing bridges using straws, building and coding VEX robots for challenging tasks, and participating in robot demonstrations and 3D CAD workshops. The camp culminates with an exciting final activity, where campers design, build, and code VEX robots to compete in a thrilling competition. By employing the engineering design process and testing their creations, the campers showcase their newfound skills and knowledge. The Archbishop Spalding Engineering Camp not only fosters engagement but also instills a genuine enthusiasm for the field of engineering among its young participants.