WHERE WE HOST OUR CAMPS

University of Connecticut Stamford

The camp will be held at the University of Connecticut Stamford in Stamford, CT. Specific details about the building, parking, and driving directions will be sent after registration.

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Summer Camps

What We're Doing at Camp
  • Program Unique Minecraft Minigames
  • Learn Programming Terminology and Process
  • Create and Manage Minecraft Server
Ages Accepted: Elementary/Middle (Ages 7-14)
Can my 6-year-old attend? Location: University of Connecticut Stamford
1 University Pl
Stamford, CT 06901
Camp Date & Time:
  • Jul 9 2018 - 9:00am to 3:30pm
  • Jul 10 2018 - 9:00am to 3:30pm
  • Jul 11 2018 - 9:00am to 3:30pm
  • Jul 12 2018 - 9:00am to 3:30pm
Camp Purchase Includes:
  • Camp T-shirt ($10 value)
  • Lunch is NOT included
Cost of Camp
$369.00
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School Year Camps

What We're Doing at Camp
  • Build your own robot in Minecraft
  • Build on teamwork skills
  • Program your robot to build and mine for you
Ages Accepted: Elementary/Middle (Ages 7-14)
Can my 6-year-old attend?
Camp Date & Time:
  • Saturday, March 3, 2018 - 9:00am to 3:30pm
Location: University of Connecticut Stamford
Room 226/229
1 University Pl
Stamford, CT 06901
Camp Purchase Includes:
  • Camp T-shirt ($10 value)
  • Lunch is NOT included
Cost of Camp
$85.00
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NOT JUST ANOTHER CAMP

WHAT MAKES US SPECIAL

12:1 Ratio

We guarantee a 12:1 student to teacher ratio.

Continuous Learning

Yes, we learn at camp, but students are also sent home with a ton of materials to keep learning at home.

Safety

It's simple, we don't skip on saftey. From CPR training and background checks, we work tirelessly to make sure your child is safe wtih us at camp.

Experience

It's not just our goal for your child to learn at camp with us, but to leave with memories that last well beyond their time at camp.

CAMP'S BETTER WITH FRIENDS

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KIDS SAY THE BEST THINGS

TESTIMONIALS

My son had an awesome time! Made friends and is wanting to attend more classes!
Tyler

My son looks forward to the camps. As we walk out the door he's ready to sign up for the next class. He absolutely loves gaming and technology and sees it as his future career. Thank you for providing him hands on learning experiences, and the belief that his future dream can become a reality.
Kerry

Was very easy to register and was kept very informed all the way up to the day of the camp. The camp personal were very polite, helpful, and energetic. Real pleasure to deal with
Josh

QUESTIONS WE GET FROM TIME TO TIME

Questions and Answers

Do you allow age exceptions?

Learn Create Build isn't about strict age requirements. Every child can be at a different level and we don't want to exclude children from becoming part of a camp they want to attend. However, we do outline age guidelines on all of our camps. These are guidelines and not rules. If you are wondering if your child an handle a particular camp please contact us at hello@learncreatebuild.com to get a better idea of what to expect at camp. Also, on each camp page, there is a requirements section that describes what camp participants should be able to do independently. Use this as a guide to see if your child has the skills necessary to complete the tasks of the camp her or she is interested in.

Do you offer financial aid or scholarships?

Unfortunately, at the time there is no financial aid or scholarship opportunities available through Learn Create Build. Depending on location and camp, we will occasionally have universities and nonprofit organizations offer scholarships to their local communities. If this is made available to us we will post these opportunities to our mailing list.

What is your cancellation/refund policy?

You can learn more about our policy by checking out the cancellation/refund policy page here.

When is the last day to register for a camp?

Learn Create Build will allow students to join a camp up until the day before the start of a camp. However, waiting until the last day can be risky as most camps will fill up. If a camp is sold out, there is no guarantee more spots will be open.