You have the option to make a $50 deposit on a summer camp. If you chose this option, you will get two invoices; one for $50 that's due upon receipt, and one for the remaining balance that's due by the week prior to the camp start date. Please note that deposits are not refundable.
You also have the option to pay in full. If you chose this option, you will receive only one invoice due upon receipt. If the invoice is not payed within 10 days, we reserve the right to withdraw registration so that another child might have the chance to experience a Robo Dojo summer camp.
If for any reason you must withdraw your child's registration, and you payed in full, you may be entitled to a refund as follows:
Greater than one month before the start of camp: you will receive an 85% refund.Less than one month, but more than one week before the start of camp: you will receive a 50% refund.One week or less before the start of camp: No refund is possible without proof of hardship, in which case, you may receive up to a 25% refund.
Once we get your registration form, we may contact you to go over details and availability before your order is completed. If everything is in order, you will receive an invoice via email within 24 hours.
please call or text us at (910) 302-0171, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
All summer camps are held at 111 Lamon St, #127B, Fayetteville NC, 20301
Maker fun at the Dojo (Ages 5-7 and 7-9)We will guide your child through several fun projects designed to teach them the basics of electronics, computer programming, 3d printing, and shop safety. Upon completion, your child will have the foundational experience to take on much bigger projects.
Extreme Nerf mod week (Ages 8 and up)We will safely guide your child through the process of modifying a Rival MXV 1200 Nerf gun. We will increase power, rate of fire, and accuracy. Along with getting hands on training in electronics and testing, your child will become an unstoppable force to be reckoned with in their next friendly neighborhood Nerf war. And yes, you get to take it home.
Introduction to amateur radio (Ages 10 and up)This camp is designed to teach your child everything they need to know to earn their Technician level amateur radio license. Each of these camps also coincide with available local testing dates. Successful completion of this camp will enable your child to participate in upcoming high-altitude balloon experiments we’ll be launching during our 2018 fall semester.
Amateur radio satellites (Ages 10 and up)Your child will learn how to track and listen to satellites traveling around the world at more than 17000 miles per hour. They will also learn how to construct a Yagi antenna to get the best reception. Students who have a current amateur radio operators license will also get the chance to talk to other radio operators around the world. Ask us how to get licensed.
Making with Arduino (Ages 10 and up)Your child will learn to interface several sensors, output displays, and actuators with an Arduino microcontroller. They will also learn to program using the C++ language. Upon completion of this camp, your child will have the skills needed to define and complete projects of their own inspiration.
Arduino Masterclass (Ages 10 and up) This camp is designed to take your child to the next level of Arduino programming. We will dive deep into how the Arduino works, how to design and build truly spectacular projects, and how to use Arduino as an IoT platform. This camp is split 30/70 between lecture and hands on training. As this is a full day camp, we recommend bringing a bag lunch.