In a recent announcement, the San Antonio Museum of Science and Technology has announced that it will offer students a summer camp program to get more students involved in STEM at a younger age. It will teach young students about robotics, cybersecurity, video games, and more. The San Antonio Museum is full of opportunities. This summer, SAMSAT is trying to help by offering live camps.
One of its robotics companies has bagged a $30 million contract. So this will help the museum authorities to develop new robotic tools that will help students. It also offers two different space camps, one that talks about the future of space and the other that talks about the history of spaceflight, both of which will build and launch space rockets.
The program is open to the community and also offers scholarship opportunities. Students who are interested in the program can visit the official website. The museum aims to improve STEM education, economic development, the security of students and families and communities, their financial security, and make a significant impact in their lives.