Si vous voulez rejoindre l’équipe du Robotics Camp, envoyez-nous votre CV à firstname.lastname@example.org. Pour être sélectionné comme moniteur, il faut avoir au moins 18 ans, être inscrit au collège ou à l’université, et avoir de l’expérience auprès d’enfants. Un moniteur travaille 5 à 6 jours par semaine les premières 2 ou 3 semaines de juillet, et les premières 2 ou 3 semaines d’aout. Avant d’intégrer le Robotics Camp, un moniteur doit suivre la formation de Lego WeDo et EV3 Mindstorms, ainsi que suivre une journée de formation d’aide aux premiers secours.
Au Robotics Camp, tous nos moniteurs passent une formation de secourisme d’urgence. Certifié par Ambulance Saint-Jean ou la Fondation des maladies du coeur et de l’AVC, cette formation comprend des cours de prise en charge de situation d’urgence, état de choc, réanimation, et différents types de troubles médicaux.
Directeur du Camp
Director of the Robotics Camp, Avelino Morais, has a Bachelor of Arts, Specializing in Early Childhood and Elementary Education. He was awarded a three year grant from the Network of Innovative Schools Program of Canada in 2003. With this grant, he was able to purchase the equipment necessay to start a robotics and technology program at his school. At present, Mr. Morais teaches an intensive science and technology program at the senior elementary level.
Counselor Ellis is currently finishing his social science sstudies at Dawson college. He is going onto university next year to pursue an education in sociology. Ellis has many years of experience, working at the robotics camp for four years, and previously, a camper for five years. He has also been part of the CRC and the FRC robotics competitions.
Counselor Caitlin is currently entering her final year of the Kindergarten/Elementary Education program at McGill University. She has prior work experience tutoring students with a hands-on approach and has also completed fieldwork experiences with kindergarten and elementary level students. This is Caitlin’s second year working at the Robotics Camp as a camp counselor. Caitlin believes her approach to teaching and learning will be encouraging while working at the Robotics Camp!
Counselor Aurora is a student at Dawson College in Interactive Media Arts. Having had an interest in coding since elementary school, they formerly attended and have now worked at Robotics Camp for over four years. During the rest of the year, Aurora sharpens their coding skills by creating videogames and other interactive art projects for their college classes. They are excited to share their knowledge and love of coding with this year's campers.
Counselor Meghan is currently studying Kindergarten and Elementary Education at McGill University. Meghan has obtained experience working with children through her program field experiences and previous work in a daycare. Through her studies, she has found a passion for creating interactive and hands-on learning experiences particularly in the realm of math and science.
Counselor Darcy is an honour roll graduate from Lower Canada College and he is on his way to Pure & Applied Science at Dawson College. Darcy has previously been to Robotics Camp as a camper for six years and a counselor for one year. He has previously been a counselor-in-training at a filmmaking day camp and an arts day camp that taught Lego robotics.