Architecture

A fun and artistic way for children to engage in STEM
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Engineering

By its very nature inspires innovation and leadership
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Project Management

Organizing resources to achieve goals
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Kidz Engineering 101, Inc.

KE101, a nonprofit corporation, is a fun program for children in elementary grade levels K through 8 that focuses on Science Technology Engineering Arts Math (STEAM) education. It provides children with sequential workshops during after-school programs, enrichment classes and summer camps that build upon each other and can be used with real-world applications in architecture, engineering, and project management.

Give your child a glimpse of many career options with Club KE101. They are provided through camps, home-school and after school programs in Santa Barbara, Santa Ynez, Los Olivos, and The Bay Area in California. Academics are taught by Irene Rinta, with a BS in Architecture, studies in Project Management, and with over 20 years of professional experience in the industry.

Why Our Camps for Kids are Different

Our camp academics are taught by professionals and experts in the architecture and engineering industry and often attended by guest architects, engineers, interior designers, builders and business owners that care very much about children's education and have raised accomplished children themselves. Through collaboration, we carefully pick subjects and activities to best convey the concept and yet make it interesting and fun, making it the best camp your child will ever attend.

For questions please contact:  Irene 408.210.5174

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Hi Irene, Your presentation was just great! Thank you so much for sharing your expertise and passion. The students were captivated and you stimulated new interest and curiosity. Thank you for your kindness and generosity in sharing your time and talent.
Karen Morse, M.A.
The Knox School of Santa Barbara 1525 Santa Barbara St. Santa Barbara, CA 93101 (805) 222-0107 www.knoxschoolsb.org