Catylator Makerspace offers summer camps focusing on design thinking, STEM, arts and engineering, as well as an engaging after school program during the school year. Young makers can experience designing and fabricating using all sorts of methods and tools available in the makerspace, including Computer Aided Design (CAD), vector-based design, laser cutting, 3-D printing as well as microelectronics, wood working, crafting, art and jewelry. Each camp will use a project based approach to engage makers in a path towards designing and building objects they will take home with them at the end of the day and at the end of each week. The philosophy behind each camp emphasizes bringing art and technology together, as well as integrating multiple disciplines into each project, and is always be hands-on. Catylator camps are targeted towards rising 6th graders through 9th graders unless otherwise noted.