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e3 Robotics

Maria Rosato
Map122 N. Elm Street Suite 606
Greensboro, NC 27401
336-493-0403
    Categories:
  • STEM
  • Science
  • Summer Day Camps
  • Technology

Description:

e3 METALS™ Superhero Summer: Land, Sea and Air. e 3 Robotics engages youth between the ages of 6-18 through exciting hands on experiences with math, engineering, technology, arts, leadership, and Science (METALS™) programs. Youth will explore our various program offerings which include 3d Printing, Game Design, Drones, coding, Arduino, Underwater robotics, Lego Robotics, and so much more! They will learn leadership and team building as they work together. Youth of all ages enjoy our thrilling hands-on programs that quench the thirst of their ever growing curiosity. e3 Robotics will excite, educate and encourage your child. Early Bird Registration coupon available.

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County: Guilford

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