The Makerspace Pilipinas: Maker Camp is designed to equip young participants with skills that will help them develop, design, and create their own projects.
It is a 3-day session of making, tinkering, and learning new skills that will encourage them to start their own projects. The camp will foster a do-it- yourself and a do-it-together culture to inspire collaboration between different makers.
Mentors will also be available to help beginning makers understand the different concepts in electronics, programming, and robotics.
The program is open to everyone ages 14 and above. Special considerations can also be given to anyone outside the age range. It is a 3-day camp starting from April 21 until April 23 from 1PM – 5PM at The Mind Museum.
Click the link HERE and fill out the form. You may then proceed with settling the program fee (details below).
We would like you to save the date for your kids’ culminating activity in the Junior Mind Mover program. Each JMM is allowed to bring 2 guests. Mark your calendars on the following dates: Tots (May 13), Primes (May 27), Tweens (May 20).
The Early Bird rate (until March 31) is at Php 8,500 while the regular rate is at Php 10,000.
A 10% discount is available for Unlimited Science Pass Members of the museum.
All campers will receive the following:
• Electronic Starter Kit
• Arduino Starter Kit
• Robotics Starter Kit
• Makerspace Pilipinas Utility Apron
• Program manuals
OPTION 1: Bank Deposit
|Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)
Savings Account Number: 1923-1245-58
Branch: Bonifacio Global City Branch
BPI Online Funds Transfer also accepted.
Current Account No.: 0015-6000-1930
Branch: 2nd Ave. BGC Branch
Scan or take a photo of your deposit slip or online transaction confirmation
Via email: firstname.lastname@example.org - email subject: PAYMENT FOR JMM
Via fax: (+632) 909-6461
OPTION 2: The Mind Museum Ticket Booth
Open Tuesdays to Sundays, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Credit card payments are also accepted through this payment option.
Bonifacio Art Foundation, Inc. is dedicated to providing an extraordinary educational experience that inspires the public understanding of science. All proceeds go completely into supporting science.
Only registered participants can join the camp. If an adult/guardian wants to observe the session, a separate museum ticket must be purchased.
We encourage you to pack snacks or light meals for the kids. Lunch and snacks are not provided but can be brought and eaten within the camp venue only. Food and drinks are not allowed in the galleries. There are no food establishments within the museum. Makers will not be allowed to leave the museum premises to purchase food.
A safety marshall and first aid personnel will be on site during the entire program. The first aid response personnel will first assess the injury or illness, if any.
For specific health conditions, participants must bring their own medicines but must inform the staff. (See Registration Form for health inquiry).
Behavior that jeopardizes the safety and enjoyment for other participants and/or staff will not be tolerated. House rules of the museum will be discussed during the first day. The Mind Museum reserves the right to manage and reprimand all participants accordingly.
No refunds will be issued. However, you may nominate another participant to take over your slot, but he/she must meet the requirement of the program (age, etc).