At the Sunrise Day Camp for kids with cancer and their siblings, a trailer called the STEAM Shack teaches kids about the latest on tech and engineering while also fostering creativity.
The new Wyandanch program was the brain child of camp counselor Max Miller who raised $300,000 in funding for the project.
“Here at the STEAM Shack, we have robotics, 3D printing, and computer programing. Kids in treatment miss a lot of school but when they learn computer programing and robotics it can change their lives,” Miller said. “They learn new skills that can help them in the future and give them a new beginning.”
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