Girls Digital Electronics Bootcamp at Sibley Center

Do you enjoy science, technology, engineering, and math? In this week-long camp, you will learn to design and build your own digital electronics circuits using LED lights, resistors, capacitors, 555 timers, piezoelectric buzzers, and much more. You will have the opportunity to try soldering, and will make electronic dice that show different numbers when you shake them. You will also learn about creating your own business by meeting some local entrepreneurs and brainstorming ideas for your own future enterprise.

This program is free of charge and will meet from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Sibley Center the week of June 21st through June 25th. All girls entering grades 4 through 8 are eligible to participate.


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Sibley Center (134 E. Tutt Street)

Contact Information:

If you have questions about this program, please contact Amanda Serenevy at or 574-339-9111.

This program is a joint project of the Sibley Center and Riverbend Community Math Center.

Riverbend Community Math Center
(574) 339-9111
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