Robotics Camp

In this camp, we'll be learning the basics of robotics, including how to make use of one of the most popular coding platforms for it, Arduino. Using this platform, we will learn about robot design, building, coding, troubleshooting and, most importantly, how to have fun creating your own robots!

In this camp you will

  • Create a robot!
  • Learn the coding behind robots
  • Work with peers in camp to learn about robotics
  • Troubleshoot and learn what to do when things don't work


What makes clubba camps special

Our camps are fun and interactive. They are led by counselors who actually have a passion for and a skillset in the camp theme. We focus on creative camp themes and relatable, energetic counselors. The team behind clubba camps founded virtual after school clubs, and is now offering virtual summer camps.

We keep our camp group size intentionally small with groups of 5 kids in each camp. We have creative activities in each session. Daily post-session follow up emails from your kid’s camp counselor letting you know what happened in the session and 3 questions to ask your kid so you can be impressed by what they created and by what they learned.

Meet the counselors

Raina Singh

Georgia Institute of Technology

I'm a 2nd year at Georgia Tech, studying aerospace engineering and robotics. From a young age I’ve always loved story-telling. I adore telling stories to my friends - the feeling of making ideas come alive is an amazing feeling. In high school I wrote for my school’s journal and literary magazine. Now I’m here to share my knowledge about character development, captivating plots, detailed backstories of characters, and the importance of settings! Through a multitude of different projects kids will develop their story-telling and writing abilities while increasing their self-confidence as they share their works with peers!

Frank Laterza

university of central florida

I work as a system engineer at Sparrow Design. I went to the Robotics World Championship for Vex robotics in 10th grade. I enjoy making robots as a hobby. I've been a counselor for the Boys and Girls Club.

Jordan Noble

University of California

Hello! My name is Jordan Noble and I am a senior at the University of California at Riverside, studying biology with hopes of continuing my education in bioinformatics. I started my journey in STEM when I was a kid thanks to a number of mentors that were able to provide me a range of experience in various facets of science. My hope is to be able to pass on a similar mentorship; giving the next generation of scientists the same safe environment to learn the most important skills of a scientist: imagination and creativity.

How to participate

A few weeks before your camp’s start date, you will receive a zoom link, an intro to your camp counselor, and your supply list via an amazon link to make it easy to buy.

Each session is 2 hours and we emphasize no parent involvement during the session. This means we keep your kid creating and doing activities while you get your work done.

You’ll receive your receipt with clubba’s EIN so you can keep those for tax credit/company reimbursement.
A member of our team will email you closer to your camp’s start date with plenty of info.