Mano & 01 Present:Wynwood Maker Camp


Two week camp sessions running from June 13th - August 19th, 2016

Wearables * 2D & 3D Design * Virtual Reality * Electronics * Programming  * Sustainability * Computational Thinking * Computational Fashion *  and more!

 

Summer is upon us once again and we have cooked up an entertaining summer of fun and learning. Does your child have an interest in technology, music, or art? Our camp is designed to explore their vast interests while learning how to manage students' learning experiences. The curriculum is centered around exploring new technologies such as: programming, electronics, wearable technology, virtual reality, 3D design, collaboration, communication, and entrepreneurship. During the camp the kids will be making something they can be proud to show to other people. All campers receive a complementary one month membership to Miami's premier makerspace, Moonlighter.

 

Information

  • Date: June 13th - August 19th, 2016, in two-week sessions
  • Time: 9am - 5pm
  • Ages: 8-14
  • Location: 219 NW 20th ST, Suite #104, Miami, Florida 33127
  • Price: $450 per session, $25 deposit required for space
  • Lunch: Optional | $50/week stipend
  • Laptop: Highly Recommended
  • Supplies: Outside of laptop, all other supplies are provided
  • Capacity: 25 students per session

Session schedule

Session 1: June 13th - June 24th, 2016 (FULL)

Session 2: June 27th - July 8th, 2016 (FULL)

Session 3: July 11th - July 22nd, 2016 (FULL)

Session 4: July 25th - August 5th, 2016 (FULL)

Session 5: August 8th - August 19th, 2016 (FULL)

 
 
 
 

TEAM

Photo by Catalina Ayubi

Photo by Catalina Ayubi

Willie Avendano

Creative Technologist, Experimenter, Artist, Teacher. Co-Founder of 01

 

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Photo by Catalina Ayubi

Nelson Milian

I believe learning should be fun and exciting for all ages. When you get to know people, they usually have an interest that lights up their eyes. Finding and nurturing that passion is our mission here

Photo by Catalina Ayubi

Photo by Catalina Ayubi

Ric Herrero

Is an Entrepreneur and Co-Founder of Mano Americas.

Photo by Catalina Ayubi

Photo by Catalina Ayubi

Danny Lafuente

I am an impact-driven entrepreneur with a passion for making Miami a better place to live, work, learn and play. I am the co-founder of The LAB Miami and Mano Americas, through which I have looked to support local innovators by giving them a place to connect with other change makers and turn their ideas into actions.

 

PARTNERS

 
 

FAQS

Do students need prior experience? 
No prior experience is needed for the camp but learning will be tailored to each student’s progress level to ensure skills acquisition and increase confidence with STEAM topics. 
  
Do students need to be good at math or have an interest in science? 
No! The camp will cover these topics in a way that is engaging and fun. Students will be learning by building fun things like cameras, video arcades, radios, and visualizers using cool new technologies. 
  
How are students supervised? 
The camp will have 2 full-time instructors with a maximum of 15 students. Instructors are trained in safety procedures including CPR, injury or allergic reaction protocols, and always have a copy of the camper’s emergency contacts with them. Additionally, all students are expected to abide by the Camper Code of Conduct
  
Do I need to worry about my kid becoming a mad scientist? 
After this camp…probably. 
  
How do I pay? 
A $25 deposit is to due upon signing up to reserve your space. The remainder can be pai by Check, Square online form, or Cash. Payments plans are also possible, please contact programs@miamade.org
  
Where do I sign up? 
Sign up your child right below or call us at (786) 877-0916 for more information.

What if I change my mind, are there refunds? 

If you change your mind, and choose to not be in this year's camp, you have 30 days before the first day of your selected session to let us know, and we will refund you your money including your deposit. After 30 days, your deposit will NOT be refunded.