Designed for students from grades 7–9, the Engineering Explorers programs are an introduction to engineering problem solving and prototyping. Participants design and build machines used to solve real-world problems. Past examples have included building a craft capable of cleaning up Qatar’s vast coastline, hovercrafts, model airplane and wing design, creating remote controlled airships, and underwater robots.

Future Engineers is an immersive and exciting summer program where students entering grades 9-12 spend one week designing and building a focused engineering project. The program is designed to encourage the youth and increase their passion for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).

This year, the theme has been selected from real-world engineering challenges: robotics & transportation. Throughout this program, students will learn about robotics, mechanical design, programming, radio-controlled systems, and experimental measurements.

There will be two separate sessions of Future Engineers this summer! Session One will run 12-16 June, and Session Two will run 26-30 June. You may only sign up for a single session.