“These two weeks of summer space camp will focus on topics such as Living in Space, Gravity and Buoyancy, Coding, Alternate Power, Weather and Hurricanes, Climate Change and more. Instructors will include station from NASA and The Challenger Centre.
“Students will have the opportunity to bene6t from activities such as a Drone Obstacle Course, Designing a Mars Base, Designing a Spacecra8, and beyond.”
The Minister also announced that “these camps come at no costs to the students and their parents”.
“The Ministry of Home Affairs worked closely with the Ministry of Education to determine outstanding student candidates who would most benefit from these camps – and that is who is with us today, and will join us for next week’s camp.”
He also recognized and thanked “the parents” there today “for their commitment to the enhanced education of our children”.
“I’d like to thank the Ministry of Education for their hard work in helping with the selection of student’s for this camp,” he added.
“I want to thank the Department of Energy and the Bermuda College for helping to organize the logistics and location for this programme. Your efforts and skills have been invaluable in ensuring the success of this camp.