Basic VEX Robotics Camp

Basic VEX Robotics Camp

Vex Robotics Camp Participants

Inspire Your Child to Be Tomorrow's Problem Solver

Basic VEX Robotics Engineering Camp is an off-the-charts week of fun and one of our most popular experiences for young students entering grades 6–8. It also gives them hands-on use of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), team building, and problem-solving skills.

Over four days, camp participants will work in teams of two to design, construct, and program a VEX robot to accomplish a particular objective. Along the way they will be exposed to principles of design, engineering, electronics, and programming. Each team will compete with 11 others as they use their creativity to refine the performance of their robot.

• Teams of two students each compete.
• Learn from professional engineers who will coach your team.
• Camp includes t-shirt, continental breakfast, snacks, and Thursday lunch.


June 12–15 or June 19–22

• Monday–Wednesday: 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
• Thursday: 8:00 a.m. to 2:00


Wisconsin Rapids campus



$50 per camper


Register by Friday, May 19—Seats are limited!

Contact Carrie Becker at or 715.422.5400.