TYSON WHITNEY PHOTOS Linkin Roach shows off the robot he built during robotics camp at North Island College in front of his intructors Andrew and Mitchell Gair.

Robotics camp takes over North Island College in Port Hardy

The camp was for students, aged 9 to 12, to build, program and remotely control Lego robots.

A robotics summer camp returned to North Island College in Port Hardy to teach kids about technology from July 3-7. The camp was for students, aged 9 to 12, to build, program and remotely control Lego robots while learning science, technology, engineering, and math skills.The camp is led by brothers Andrew and Mitchell Gair, two university students who have competed in international competitions.

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TYSON WHITNEY PHOTO A robotics summer camp returned to North Island College in Port Hardy to teach kids about technology from July 3-7. The camp was for students, aged 9 to 12, to build, program and remotely control Lego robots while learning science, technology, engineering, and math skills.The camp is led by brothers Andrew and Mitchell Gair, two university students who have competed in international competitions. Malachi Sears (pictured above) attended his fourth robotics camp in three years, this time building two robots into one that walked around on top of the table during presentation day.

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