CODEanagan is a United Way SIBC program that provides disadvantaged youth, age 16-22, access to a range of opportunities designed to build confidence, awareness and skills.
What do you get when you combine mechanical engineering and electrical engineering? A really fun and interactive workshop! Interact with sensors, program a microcontroller, and make things move. You will develop a foundation of electronics knowledge and an understanding of the open source Arduino programming platform.
** Dinner will be provided for students
- Instructor: Dave Williams
- Date: Nov 20 and 21
- Time: 4:30-7:30 pm
- Location: A138
- CRN: 70858
- Software needs: Arduino
For questions about other CODEanagan Boot Camps including:
- Digital Animation
- 3D Design & Printing
- Social Media Strategy
Please contact Jeremy Lugowy at email@example.com or call (250) 860-2356
FAQ: Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
Yes, the Boot Camps are for youth ages 16-22. Students under 18 will require a Parent/Guardians signature on our Student Registration Waiver (sent forward after Registration is processed)