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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT)- If you think your little ones would be interested in learning trades or have interest in science and robotics,
Blackhawk Christian School is holding a stem camp from June 4th until June 8th.
It's called Camp Invention Fast Forward.
It's for students who've completed kindergarten through 5th grade.
This years director said with the jobs on the market now, this will help get students thinking about it for the future.
"With all the changes going on downtown, this plays right into what we're doing to make our city even better.
Some of these kids may be part of that some day which is really exciting,"STEM Camp director Heidi Good said.
Registration for the program is $200, and it's sponsored by The National Inventors Hall of Fame.
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