Marion Tech holds summer smart manufacturing camp

“If you are fascinated in robotics, engineering and coding things like that, it would be superior for you.”

These are the text of Garrett Ingle, a soaring seventh grader at Marysville’s Bunsold Middle College as he awaited the prospect to master how to compose code for a drone at Marion Technical College’s 7 days-very long Summer season Producing Camp.

Ingle was one particular of the learners in between ages 12 and 18 to go to the free of charge day camp at Marion Tech, which allowed the younger minds to start coding, work in the school’s engineering laboratory with field robots and devote a session gaming in the Esports arena. 

“All the coding factors are pleasurable, like, you can modify them. After you understand it, it results in being actually fun,” he claimed.