Camp Invention, a series of week-long day camps established by the National Inventor's Hall of Fame, is a nationwide educational outreach program designed to give children entering grades 2 through 6 an alternative to traditional classroom experiences. Camp Invention builds on a child's innate curiosity and intuition about the way things work. Emphasis is placed on the creative process that leads to problem solving, discovery, and invention. Camp Invention's purpose is to stimulate the imaginations of America's next generation of inventors. The program is the premier educational outreach for the National Inventor's Hall of Fame.
Representatives from the Texas Regional Office will serve as volunteers to help oversee student projects at various camp locations in the Dallas-Forth Worth Metroplex throughout the months of June and July.
Information about this year's projects and available sessions for registration can be found at the Camp Invention website.
For inquiries about the event:
please email texasregionalUSPTOEvents@USPTO.GOV (link sends e-mail), visit us at the Texas Regional Office home page, or call us at 469-295-9000.