GoEngineer Kids’ Camps Create Great Summer Vacation Memories

by Sandy Ortez

Summer vacation memories.

When you think of summer vacation as a kid, what comes to mind?  For many, memories of being lakeside or catching waves at the beach were topped with barbecue and a tall glass of lemonade. Thanks to this time off,  kids all over the country are enjoying long days and late nights.  But, once the summer boredom sets in, what do you do?

Send them to a GoEngineer Kids’ Camp of course! I mean, look at the smiles on these faces!

 “But I’m bored” – said no GoEngineer Kids’ Camp attendee ever.

Here we are in the midst of summer and kids all over the country are enjoying some much needed time off from school. While they are staying up late and sleeping in; we know those dreaded words will come.

“Mom/Dad, I’m so bored!”

Time for Camp!

GoEngineer has a passion for teaching our youth the power of design technology. So, it made sense to create 1-day camps throughout all GoEngineer locations. Students learn to design in SOLIDWORKS, Print a 3D Prototype, and meet other future engineers in the making! How cool is that?

Be cool, learn something new.

If you haven’t had a chance to sign up for a camp near you, check out what’s available here. We look forward to teaching our future engineers how they can make an impact on the future of design and 3D printing – all while having fun! If you don’t catch us this year, watch for 2018.

GoEngineer Kids’ Camp 2017 Schedule 

 

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Sandy Ortez

About Sandy Ortez

Sandy Ortez is an Integrated Marketing Associate for GoEngineer. Supporting the marketing team, she manages social media outlets, assists in the development of content, and provides research and recommendations of online advertising outlets. Specialties include, strategic planning, integrated marketing communications, increasing revenue and customer base, office administration and sales support.

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