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SteamRocket to Unveil STEAM Summer Programs: Coding, Robotics, and More for Kids

SteamRocket is thrilled to unveil its highly anticipated summer program: Launch Code. Aiming to inspire young minds and foster creativity, Launch Code's interactive sessions offer children a unique opportunity to engage in pillars of STEAM, including Minecraft coding, micro:bit robotics, paper circuits, and other STEAM-based activities.

"We're excited to invite families to our summer expo, where they can explore the diverse range of our Launch Code programs," said Elle Decker, President of SteamRocket. "We want families to have the opportunity to see firsthand the impact STEAM can have on their children's education. They can ask questions, learn about the programs, and sign up their kids right there, ensuring a seamless and convenient enrollment process."

The event will occur on June 16, from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm, at RAP Foundation, 41-550 Eclectic Street Room 103 in Palm Desert. This family-friendly expo promises an exciting lineup of exhibits and activities, ensuring a fun-filled experience for all attendees.

"We can't wait to showcase our summer programs and provide kids with a platform to engage in hands-on learning and creative exploration," said Justin Decker, the co-founder of SteamRocket. "Using the power of play, we aim to inspire the next generation of innovators and problem solvers."

SteamRocket's summer program is open to children aged 8 to 14 and requires no prior experience in the subject matter. Parents and guardians are encouraged to accompany their children to enjoy the activities and witness their educational journey firsthand.

Interested parties can visit the SteamRocket website at www.steamrocket.com or contact the SteamRocket team at info@steamrocket.com for more information.