The STEAM Project has been building their program for children and teens for over five years and are now active in both Richmond H...
The STEAM Project has been building their program for children and teens for over five years and are now active in both Richmond Hill and Markham. Our programs ignite the creativity in youth by providing hands-on approaches to learning and access to low to high-tech tools such as coding, robotics, electronics, 3D printing, design, and woodworking to name a few.
The STEAM Project has summer camps, March break camps, occasional workshops, and science- and technology-themed birthday parties.
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- The STEAM Project’s STEM Summer Camps are where campers develop their skills, mindsets, and experiences through design challenges, problem-solving activities, and group projects.
- Sports Adventure Camp is an all-in-one summer destination for sports, outdoor adventure, and STEAM learning! Campers will be coached in a variety of sports and explore their creativity through exciting hands-on activities like tent-pitching, fire-building, and archery!
Afterschool & Weekend Course: Students from JK to Grade 9 can learn coding & STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) through our in-person courses and classes. Our curriculum is developed by Ontario Certified Teachers and we provide access to advanced tools and technology like 3D printers, robotics, and laser cutters for students to learn in a hands-on, experiential way!
Steam Birthday Party :Choose your birthday activity. Meet our progam advisors to discuss the dates & activity you would like. Our team will plan the perfect birthday party for your child!
School Field Trips
FTC Robotics Challenge: Be a part of a global community of student inventors, programmers, and engineers. The FIRST Tech Challenge is an international robotics competition for students aged 12 to 18, where the task is to design and build a robot to compete against other teams in a game themed around a current issue.