These workshops dive into the intersection of STEM and leadership skill development. Students are introduced to a variety of STEM challenges through an interdisciplinary lens, focusing on their personal leadership perspectives.
Students in this program reflect on how their developing technical skills can be used to affect positive change in the world around them.
Our introductory robotics workshops introduce key concepts in robotics to students in a hands-on manner.
Students work with Arduino micro-controllers, DC motors, breadboards, LEDs and various sensors to build circuits and robots. These courses are intended for the novice robotics student who is interested in being introduced to engineering design principles.
Design and Print - 3D Printing
Printing objects of your own design has never been simpler! Our 3D printing courses demonstrate how to use various software tools to design objects of your choosing.
Our introductory and intermediate programs each offer students the opportunity to imagine and create tangible, functional structures.
Our introductory coding programs are well suited to the beginner software developer looking to explore the fundamentals of programming.
These courses utilize today's most popular browsers to demonstrate the core principles of software development in an open ended manner.
Braincubator's mechanics workshops are intended to introduce students to various concepts in physics and engineering through the exploration and construction of various mechanical systems. As with other discipline's, an emphasis on hands-on projects is at the core of our mechanics programs - students should be prepared to put their hands and minds to work.
Our mathematics curriculum is intended to complement the instruction students receive throughout elementary and high school. Our focus, however, is on applying various topics to real world applications, with the intention of developing student's ability to employ mathematics in everyday situations.
This discipline introduces students to the concepts required to understand how money is created, earned, invested, and spent. By focusing on various market trends and investments, students explore various scenarios to best determine how money can either be earned or lost.