National STEAM Summer Camp- Parent/Guardian Guide
July 19rd-23rd, 2021
National STEAM Summer Camp is designed to introduce your child to the many opportunities in the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) field through fun and interactive activities. This week-long event helps children recognize the importance of their education while exposing them to a wide variety of careers. We encourage you to review these guidelines to ensure your child has a safe and enjoyable virtual experience.
Your role as parent/guardian
As a parent/guardian, you play an important role in making this event meaningful for your child. We encourage you to ensure they have a comfortable learning space and access to technology to participate in the virtual sessions. You are responsible for the supervision and well-being of your child throughout the entire event. Additionally, please work with your child to determine which sessions are appropriate for their age group.
The entire event will be recorded for participants to re-watch it at a later time. No event participants name will be visible in the recording and participants will not have the ability to broadcast their video. However, their audio will be recorded if they choose to ask a question during the Question-and-Answer portion of each session. If an event participant is to ask a question, they will be cautioned not to reveal any personal information verbally. Any personal information revealed during a session will be removed in the recording prior to being shared to all camp participants.
We will not, in any circumstances, share the personal information you have provided during registration with other individuals or organizations without your permission, including public organizations, corporations or individuals. All information provided will only be used to contact individuals for the purpose of the camp.