The KB Robotics & Renewable Energy Scholarship
About the Camp
Kimroy Bailey Robotics and the University of Technology, Jamaica have partnered to present a targeted Science, Robotics and Renewable Energy summer Camp. Our camp is endorsed by the Scientific Research Council and GENNEX; designed to revolutionize students’ passion in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) by utilizing the fascinating topics of Robotics and Renewable Energy to give students a memorable hands-on learning experience.
Our program was designed by Kimroy Bailey Robotics and approved by Dr. Dave Muir head of Instrumentation and Controls at the University of Technology, Jamaica.
The Summer Camp Schedule
July 4 – 9 and 11 – 1 6 – UTech, Kingston
July 18 – 23 and 25 – 30 – Knox Cobbla Campus, Manchester
August 8 – 13 and 15 – 20 UTech Dome Street, Montego Bay
Grand closing ceremony at and launch at the KB Foundation 100% Renewable Robotics Community Center.
Registration is Easy! Sign Up a Child
You have the option of signing up your child for our innovative Summer Camp or to sponsor another whom you think would benefit from the short course. Or Both!
Cost & Payment Option
The cost of the camp is a total of fourteen thousand five hundred dollars ($14,500 JMD) per students for one week inclusive of a $2,500 non refundable registration fee and $12,000 camp fee. This covers course material, which will be provided, field trips and a Joint Certificate of Participation from Kimroy Bailey Robotics and the University of Technology, Jamaica.
Pay at Any NCB:
Account Name: Kimroy Bailey Robotics
Account Number: 851049797
Scan or take a photo of your payment receipt. Upload the receipt using the option above and Voila! You’re Registered.
Call 876-834-5971 if you have any questions.
We understand that plans change. Unfortunately, there are costs associated with the summer camp that we must manage. Full refunds requested by June 15, 2015 will be facilitated minus a $2500 registration fee. Refunds requested after this date will not be facilitated.
Thank you for understanding.
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Photos from Last Year’s Summer Camp
75 students participated in the Robotics Camp last year and you can be a big part of this rich experience this year. Click here to read what one of our students had to say about his experience.