STEM Camp is pleased to announce the Stratford Summer Camp will open in 2016 and will be operated out of the Stratford Optimist Hall at 72 Water St. “We are very excited about expanding to Stratford in our fourth year of operation” indicated STEM Camp CEO Kevin Cougler, “and we are especially thrilled to be working with the Optimist Club as their long standing commitment to youth aligns perfectly with our own”.
The Stratford Summer Camp STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) program will mirror the STEM Camp program found across all its locations in the summer of 2016. Some of the highlighted activities include 3D printers that print in the air and drones, as part of its aeronautical unit. With registration opening January 4, STEM Camp anticipates the Stratford Summer Camp will be warmly received by families in this area.
STEM Stratford Summer Camp
STEM Camp is a Canadian not for profit that was founded by Cougler with the vision of creating a summer camp that would inspire youth aged 5-13 in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. “If we can get to the kids early in their lives and make STEM a fun part of their daily activities we have a great chance to keep that passion for STEM alive as they return to school each fall” says Cougler. “With a Stratford Summer Camp focussing on STEM, parents in this area have a fantastic opportunity to help their children get excited about STEM subjects which can only help them when future jobs will require a solid STEM education”.
The Stratford Summer Camp will run weekly from July 5 to July 29. Parents can sign up their children for a single week or multiple weeks. More information will be available when registration opens on January 4, 2016. Check the website continuously as new updates are released.