A winner of the 2018 World Challenge 4th and 5th place trophy, our summer A World Bridge® (AWB) is a part of advanced STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) programs that use advanced teaching methods and incorporate real-world projects involving NASA, industry and government partners. Click HERE to learn more about our awards.

The summer STEM program offers AWB from 9 am to noon Monday through Thursday when campers will rotate through Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Computer Programming, and Electronic Circuitry. On Fridays and for the 1-2 pm electives, campers can learn Robotics Engineering (session I) and 3D Modeling & 3D Printing (session II).

Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Learn the complete workflow for UAV operations including mission planning, pilot training, ground control systems, data acquisition, GIS mapping, and data analysis.

Computer Programming

Begin developing career-level computer programming skills with a focus on coding for NASA applications. Introduction to advanced level instruction will be available for Web-based programming, including Javascript, HTML5 and CSS.

Electronic Circuitry

Work hands-on with electronic circuitry experiments, learning basic electronic components and their functions.