The Department of Engineering Technology and School of Construction offer summer workshops to children, ages 9-14, which allow them to explore different areas of technology with hands-on experiences. The workshops are:
Pitt State faculty conduct the workshops within the laboratories and classrooms of the Kansas Technology Center available in several different sessions to accommodate as many young minds as possible.
We will provide a supervised place to eat lunch for students that want to attend both afternoon and morning sessions. Those planning on staying during the lunch hour will need to bring a sack lunch.
Adventures in Robotics is a series of hands-on workshops for children conducted each summer by the Pittsburg State University faculty. Children must be 9 years old by July 1st in order to enroll, with a recommended upper limit of 13. All sessions will be held in the laboratories and facilities of the Kansas Technology Center on the east side of the Pittsburg State University campus.Topics to be covered include the following: teamwork, programming, brainstorming, construction techniques, robotic basics, and electro-mechanics.
Students enrolling in Robotics II should have completed Robotics I or have prior experience with Lego(TM) Systems.
Adventures in Robotics I: July 14-18, 9:00 a.m. to NoonAdventures in Robotics II: July 21-25, 9:00 a.m. to Noon
Additional program details and answers to Frequently Asked Questions.
Each robotics session is $90.
To register call 620.235.4350 or e-mail Child's Name, Age, Highest Grade Completed, Parent/Guardian's Name and Daytime Phone Number, and T-shirt size to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To reserve a spot please make checks payable to "Pittsburg State University" and mail to:Pittsburg State UniversityATTN: Engineering Technology1701 South BroadwayPittsburg, KS 66762To pay with credit/debit card, please call (for security reasons do not email credit card information) the ETech office at 620.235.4350.
A fast paced look at the materials, processes, and design methods involved in the construction industry. Students will receive first hand experience on material classification and usage. For children ages 9-14. Attendees must be 9 years old by July 1st!
Level I: July 14-18, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.3D Building Modeling, Problem Solving, Bridge Building, Safety, GPS and other activities.
Level II: July 21-25, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.3D Building Modeling, Problem Solving, Bridge Building, Safety, hands on activities including: building walls, pouring concrete, laying brick & building a dog house.
Each construction session is $90.
To register contact Rita Hardesty at email@example.com or call School of Construction office at 620.235.6555.