Young Engineers Camp at DMNH

Who: Student leaders from two FSR teams–MOE FRC and MOE FTC– will present a robotics program to campers at the Delaware Museum of Natural History’s Young Engineers Camp.

What: With robot kits that were funded through Next Generation of Delaware Community Foundation, robotics students will teach the basics of design and programming in order to build robots to complete tasks in a same-day mini-competition. Also the high school age students will demonstrate their own award-winning competition robots and discuss their programs. 

When: Wednesday, July 16

Where: Young Engineers Camp at the Delaware Museum of Natural History — Kennett Pike in Wilmington.

Interested? The Delaware Museum of Natural History’s Summer Camps offer children ages 2 – 12 the opportunity to explore science and nature through hands-on, interactive learning. Information about the museum and camp registration can be found at: