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Upcoming Events at Future of Flight

JUN '17 01

AMP Summer 2017

01:00 PMGet Directions • 425-438-8100

The Aerospace Maker Project Summer 2017 rolling admission is now open!

- Students can begin work starting on June 1st

- Projects must be completed by September 1st

Student-makers in AMP work alone and in teams to earn college credit and answer the central question, “How are aircraft made?”  They use the skills they learn to create physical objects and show their final projects as a professional presentation.  High school students interested in manufacturing, aerospace, materials science, design, or 3D printing are invited to participate.

This course involves both on-site instruction and remote submission of work to our social platform.  Students create a portfolio of their progress, share their ideas with peers, and get feedback from the instructor while they work.  Students work primarily through our online interface, and have access to our instructors and makerspace on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, choosing which days during the summer work best for them to complete their projects.

Financial aid is available.  Email kyle@futureofflight.org to receive a financial aid form before purchasing your AMP spot.

AMP is accredited by the University of Washington, Bothell for two mechanical engineering credits, and is supported by NSF grant #1322512

 

JUL '17 03

STEAM Camp 2017 - Grades 3 - 8

09:00 AMGet Directions • 425-438-8100

Spacesuits, robots, and drones are just the beginning...

The Institute of Flight’s STEAM Camp educational program is expanding to accommodate increased demand and to ensure that school-age participants from around the world have access to excellent aerospace education. With new sessions available, there’s a camp program for everyone. Topics include Space Gear, Drone Zone Training Academy, Programming and Game Design 101, 3D Printing and Materials Science, and more!

Grade Level: 3 - 5
Group Size: Individual registration
Schedule: 8 weeks per grade band available, July - August
Program Length: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., 5 days per week, extended care available
Fees: $350 per session.  Members save $30 per session 

SEP '17 15

Teacher Advisory Board September 2017

03:00 PM • 425-438-8100

Summer Nights (September 15)

05:00 PMGet Directions • 425-438-8100

You asked for it and we listened! We are adding one more Summer Night to the series this year.

Band: The Folsoms

NOV '17 09

Member Morning: Paine Field Fire Department Tour

07:00 AMGet Directions • 425-438-8100

Member-Only Event: 12-person limit.