Eastern Wake County students to program robots

Raleigh & Zebulon NC, 9/11/2013 – A STEM camp offered by STEM For Kids and East Wake Academy is providing an opportunity for students in grades 4 – 7 to explore the world of programming and robotics. “We are hoping to excite the local community and expand the STEM initiatives in Eastern Wake County”, said Stephen Gay, Superintendent of East Wake Academy.
The camp will be hosted at East Wake Academy campus during the upcoming track-out for Wake County’s modified and Track 1 calendars, Sep 23rd – 27th.
Computer science and the technologies that it enables are integral part of our lives today. With digitization, our world has been significantly transformed. “The group of students will be discovering first-hand the design, construction, programming and application of modern-day robotics”, said Moni Singh, Founder and CEO of STEM For Kids, a Raleigh based organization.
STEM for Kids, through an extensive portfolio of engineering and technology camps, is making STEM fun and real for school-aged children in North Carolina. STEM for Kids’ innovative Complete STEM[TM] programs are offered as year-round camps, in-school workshops and school teacher trainings. Enrollment is open and interested parents can register their children online at www.stemforkids.net.