|Black Rocket Summer STEM Camps at DSLCC Include Video, Game Labs|
Covington, VA (June 11, 2019) - A series of four-day "Black Rocket" camps focusing on digital arts and STEM subjects -- Science, Technology, Engineering and Math - for youngsters ages 8 through 14 is being offered this summer on the Dabney S. Lancaster Community College Clifton Forge campus. All Black Rocket programs mirror real-life experiences and the collaborative nature of the design process, and encourage creativity and imagination.
Sessions are available for morning, from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm and afternoon, 1:00 to 5:00 pm.
The first camp is "Make Your First 3D Video Game," scheduled June 24-27 in the afternoon.
"3D Game Labs with Unity" (morning) and "Battle Royale: Make Your First Fortnite Style Video Game" (afternoon), are scheduled July 8 -11.
The week of July 15-18 will have "ROBLOX Makers" for the morning session, and "Minecraft Modders" in the afternoon.
"Code Breakers" is scheduled July 22-25 for the afternoon.
The final week, July 29-August 1, will feature "Virtual Reality: The Future is Now" in the afternoon.
Each session is limited to 12 students; the registration fee is $139 for each camp, except for Virtual Reality, which is $158. More information about each topic, as well as online registration, may be found on the DSLCC website, at www.dslcc.edu/workforce. Call (540) 863-2899 for more information.