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Scoutbotics October 26, 2019 SLU Parks College of Engineering

September 23, 2019

Scoutbotics
October 26, 2019
St. Louis University
Parks College of Engineering: McDonnell Douglass Hall
Cub Scout Coding Workshop: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Scouts BSA Robotics Workshop: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Scouts BSA Robotics Workshop (Ages 11-17) $55 for a day of coding, building, and competition. Attendees will learn about robotics, build and program their own Shadow Line-Tracing robot and then compete against other scouts. Scouts will earn the robotics merit badge at this event. Scouts who already have robotics merit badge can still attend. All scouts will take their Shadow robot home with them to continue exploring robotics. Lunch is not provided, scouts should bring their own.
Scouts BSA Robotics Workshop (Returning Scouts) (Ages 11-17) $10 for a day of coding, and competition Scouts who have attended Scoutbotics in the past and have a Gobbit robot are welcome to come learn how to make their Gobbit perform additional functions. The robots will compete in an advanced course and Scouts will earn the programming merit badge at this event. Scouts need to bring their functioning Gobbit to the event. Lunch is not provided, scouts should bring their own. If able, scouts should bring extra batteries for the competition.

Cub Scout Coding Workshop (Ages 7-11) $30 for a morning of introductory coding and a chance to learn about robotics and computers. Volunteers from the Marquette High School Robotics team and Saint Louis Student Robotics Association will lead a workshop where cub scouts can program their own bluetooth-enabled microbit and build a Tetrix Prime robot! Attendees will get to take home their Element 14 Micro:Bit Go Kit and can continue to program it with free software. They will not take home the Tetrix Prime robot. Lunch is not provided, scouts will be dismissed at Noon

Register by clicking the link below

https://scoutingevent.com/312-scoutbotics19