What a great time our campers had this summer!
They discovered the science of engineering. They explored the different ways engineering impacts
the built environment and the world around us. They learned the history of the John A. Roebling’s Sons Company, the community they founded, and their products.
And, their final project – a 31 foot suspension bridge – now lives in the Roebling Museum’s historic mill yard, as a testament to their hard work and ingenuity!
The Emily Roebling STEAM Day Camp is designed for 5th thru 8th grade students.
We made scholarships may be available to students eligible for free or reduced lunch, and they added so much to the full experience and flavor of the Roebling STEAM Camp experience.
Our thanks to partners like Tom Spoth and Nicole Melendez from Parson Corporation; Sascha Harding from Pennoni and the Burlington County Bridge Commission; Old World Tomato Pie in Florence Township; Chick-fil-A Delran, NJ; Florence Township, NJ; Trinity United Methodist Church in Roebling, NJ; and McLaughlin Boxing Club in Roebling, NJ for all of their help and support in making this year’s camp such a great success.
Visit our the link below to see pictures of our camp and our final project. Stop by the museum for a visit to see our incredible new 31-foot suspension bridge!
609.499.7200; www.roeblingmuseum.org; FB/Twitter: @RoeblingMuseum
100 Second Avenue, PO Box 9, Roebling, NJ 08554