Welcome to the real world of 21st century skills. Discover how Young Engineers of Today can help students of all abilities engage in STEM, using the latest technologies. Students are challenged with hands on, minds on projects that teach real world skills in an academic context. Our program is designed to inspire students from technology consumers to technology creators.
This class is a hybrid program that meets for 45
hours over the course of four months. Students
will convene twice a week online through live,
interactive lessons led by experienced instructors.
Unlike any other online courses, Young Engineers
of Today is anything but traditional. We use a
combination of top webinar technology as well as
lessons especially designed to engage students
to work both independently as well as cooperatively as part of a group. All of our webinars are recorded, so students can review them anytime. Should students choose to work additionally outside of class, they have access to their instructor via email or phone for any questions.
Furthermore, the students will meet at a nearby school campus every other week for two hours to do additional, cooperative construction and lab work.
Young Engineers is designed and run by recognized STEM educators with over twenty years of experience teaching engineering and programming. Our innovative camps and classes are the result of our love of learning and our passion for improving how we teach for the future. We want our kids to become technology creators, not just consumers. We take the newest electronics and software and use them to create an immersive educational experience — no straws or toothpicks here! We use everything from 3D Printers and EV3 LEGO Robotics to Raspberry Pi Microcomputers and cyborg cockroaches. Our hands on camps are more than theoretical or computer based – your child will be experimenting, tinkering and creating with their hands and by the end of the week
will have something they made to bring home.
Below is a video of highlights from our 2015 Summer Camps.