Computer Engineering Camp-I 

Design, build, and program a mobile robot. Explore how robotic sensor technologies help make your robots intelligent.

Learn about smart phone applications development. All students will create and design their own Android application and use them to remotely control robots.

9-12 Grades (must have completed 8th grade by June, 2015)

Dates:  July 20-24, 2015

Download the brochure.Admissions Requirements:

  • Application (including one-page essay)
  • One letter of recommendation (from a math or science teacher)
  • Program fee: $200 (Need-based scholarships available)
  • Must have daily transportation to and from Kettering University

Applications/Recommendations: must be received by June 5, 2015.
Registrations are confirmed upon acceptance.

Questions? Contact Virginia Hill, Program Coordinator - (810) 762-9873.

Apply Now! (Camp sizes are limited to 20 students)

Supported by the Donald Lee Smith Fund of the Community Foundation of Greater Flint.



Computer Engineering Camp-II:

Understand how consumer electronics, automobiles, and robots are made “smart” by using microcontrollers embedded in these products. Design, build, and program Arduino-based robots. You will learn how to wire sensors to the processor and implement programs to make your robot intelligent. You will also write Android apps for remotely controlling your robot. This camp is suitable for students with some previous introductory level concepts or experience in programming or robotics. Participants of Camp-I will have the necessary background for Camp-II.

Grades: 10-12 Grades (Must have completed 9th grade by June, 2015. Exceptions will be considered for students with some previous introductory level concepts or experience in programming or robotics.)

Date:  July 27-31, 2015

Admissions Requirements:

  • Application (including one-page essay)
  • One letter of recommendation (from a math or science teacher)
  • Program fee: $300 (Need-based scholarships available)
  • Participants will be provided Arduino based project kit to take home.
  • Must have daily transportation to and from Kettering University

Applications/Recommendations: must be received by June 5, 2015.
Registrations are confirmed upon acceptance.

Questions? Contact Virginia Hill, Program Coordinator - (810) 762-9873.

Apply Now! (Camp sizes are limited to 20 students)

Partially supported by the GM Foundation and the Best Buy's Children's Foundation.