Electronics 101 uses a project-based learning model to help students understand electrical and electronic theory and principles.
Students gain understanding of the purpose and proper use of standard trade tools, test and signal measurement equipment used in the construction and repair of electronic circuits and devices.
Safety procedures, team collaboration and prototyping using a wide assortment of electrical and electronic components are included in the course for a more complete student learning experience.
The “How It Works” course helps youth develop analytical and logical thinking skills.
This course is STEM-focused and integrates real-life equipment, devices and applications.
The Life Skills course combines several disciplines to help students prepare for success in school, employment and life. Course topics include:
Our STEM oriented supervised afterschool program supports school-age youth progress through a range of engaging activities.
Our program is designed to help improve academic performance, promote positive social skills in a safe and fun-filled environment.