This summer, JARP is providing local STEM day camp with an engineering challenge for the grade school children participating. The day long camp will take place Tuesday, July 23rd at Camp Phillips in Weston, WI.
In collaboration with the local boy scouts, this camp is open to boys and girls grades 3-6. They will work in teams through challenges in science, technology, engineering, and math. Some of the experiments include Banana DNA extraction, Straw Rockets, and a Jelly Bean Building activity, of which JARP is sponsoring.
This experiment allows participants to build structures, 3D effects, and try to connect each structure together with a bridge. The kids will get to flex their engineering problem solving skills and enjoy some sweet treats along the way!
Pre-registration is required. If your children are interested in participating, click the link to register today.
Community support is a part of the JARP company culture, and we are so happy to be able to participate in this STEM camp. Click here for more information about the day camp, or check out our website to learn more about our community involvement.