FREE Summer Camps at your Memphis Public Libraries…
The Memphis Public Libraries are offering FREE Summer Camps again this year, at various Library branches. Serving more than 250 students ages 10-18, from June 12 through August 3, participants will be learning cutting-edge skills like coding, music production, and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics)!
Applications accepted, starting April 5, until May 8:
(ALL camps are FREE, and include a T-shirt, drawstring backpack, and lunch/snacks)
Thank you for your interest in the AutoZone 2017 Summer STEM Camps!
Thanks to AutoZone and The University of Memphis Herff College of Engineering, STEM Summer Camps will be offered again this year, from 9am-1pm, for boys and girls ages 14-18, at the Memphis Public Libraries, these weeks/locations:
June 12 – 16 @ the Whitehaven Branch (4120 Millbranch Rd.)
June 19 – 23 @ the Cordova Branch (8457 Trinity Rd)
July 10 – 14 @ the Central Branch (3030 Poplar Ave., in CLOUD901)
July 17 – 21 @ the Cordova Branch (8457 Trinity Rd)
June 12 – 15 @ the East Shelby Branch (7200 E. Shelby Drive)
July 17 – 22 @ the Central Branch (3030 Poplar Ave., in Room L-56)
These camps will also be offered at the Memphis Public Libraries from 10am-2pm, for boys and girls ages 13-18, at these locations during these weeks:
June 12-15, June 19-22 and June 26-29th -CLOUD901 Robotics Camp (at the Central Library branch; 3030 Poplar Ave., in CLOUD901), thanks to our partner St. Mary’s Episcopal School
June 24-27 and July 31-August 3 – CLOUD901 Coding Camp (at the Central Library branch; 3030 Poplar Ave., in CLOUD901), thanks to our partner Goodwyn Institute
July 10-13 and July 17-20 – CLOUD901 Art Camp (at the Central Library branch; 3030 Poplar Ave., in CLOUD901), thanks to our partner The Goodwyn Institute
June 12-15 and June 19-22 – CLOUD901 Music Summer Camp (at the Central Library branch; 3030 Poplar Ave., in CLOUD901), thanks to our partner Memphis Music Initiative
Check out these photos/videos from last year:
For a more complete list of camps and locations click HERE.
For questions/concerns, please contact:
Teen Services Coordinator Tamika C. Richmond, Ed.D.
firstname.lastname@example.org or 901-415-2760
All Library programs are FREE.
Donations always accepted, online here!
Thank you for LOVING your
Memphis Public Libraries.
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To read more about the Memphis Library Foundation, click here.
Know anyone who might be interested in starting a FIRST Tech Challenge team? Would they like a FREE team registration? Join the JumpStart program. You can start a team now, without the pressure of competition, and get connected to curriculum, events and other teams in the FIRST Tech Challenge community. And, when you register this year, you’ll get a FREE registration for next year.
Go to firstinspires.org, visit the FIRST Tech Challenge page and choose “start a team” for information.
If available to show a URL, more information can be found here: http://info.firstinspires.org/jumpstart
The Robotics Club / FTC Team #10391 at Lausanne School hosted an FTC Kickoff Party on September 10th.
Here are some pictures from the event:
Thanks to Lausanne for hosting!
Please note that for convenience I have started the video at the game reveal, but please go back and watch the full video in the entirety! Your team should know about the sponsors, scholarship opportunities and Gracious Professionalism!
All the game materials are available from: http://www.firstinspires.org/resource-library/ftc/game-and-season-info
The Robotics Club / FTC Team #10391 at Lausanne School will be hosting an FTC Kickoff Party September 10th, 10:30am – 2:30pm. It will be in the alumni dining hall (back of the cafeteria, there will be someone directing people). Pizza will be available for $2 a person. Teams must RSVP before they come, as we have a 150 person limit. Please RSVP by Thursday, September 8th.
Contact HKim17@lausanneschool.com to RSVP or if you have any questions.
Are you hosting a kickoff watch party in Memphis? If you are and want to invite other teams, please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will post it to this blog.
FIRST Re-ResQ – Our Inaugural Off-season Event
Thanks to FTC #8651 – Wait For It, we are going to hold our first FTC off-season event in Mississippi. It will be a replay of this past year’s game FIRST ResQ which is why it is called:
It will be a robot competition only – no formal judging, however, we will be watching for good team practices (GP, sharing parts, etc.) and may award for observed good behaviors. We will also have an inspection, so keep your robots legal.
When: Event date is August 20th from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM (pre-inspection and practice on 8/19 from 3:00-4:30)
Where: Rankin County Multi-Purpose Pavilion (651 Marquette Rd; Brandon, MS 39042)
Who: Open to all teams, however Mississippi FTC teams have a priority deadline to register (good opportunity for rookie teams to pair with a veteran as well).
Registration: Only $50/team (payable to Rankin Robotics) and will open on June 1 on the Mississippi FTC Webpage.
For more information or questions, contact Mannie Lowe (email@example.com) or Sherry Stewart (firstname.lastname@example.org)