Off-campus Programs

Off campus programs refer to all group sessions conducted outside of the main campus (140 La Rose, Unit 201, Toronto, ON, M9P 1B2).

Off-campus events include, but are not limited to workshops at schools and community centres and birthday parties. The cost for the workshops are $250, and the duration of each workshop is 1.5 hours.

Teaching robotics gives students the opportunity to address the growing demand of teaching STEM subjects while learning how science, engineering, math, and technology work together and interact. The City of Toronto Park, Forestry and Recreation division operates high-quality, safe after-school recreation programs for children ages 6-12 years old. Their After-School Recreation Care (ARC) program offers participants activities which include Sports, Outdoor Play, Special Events, Creative Activities and Homework Help. The Community After-School Program is designed to enhance life skills of youth (10-15 years old) through workshops. ICE Robotics has been proudly providing service to the communities in the City of Toronto in collaboration with the ARC program and thus contributing to the welfare of people. At these schools and community centres, we conduct robotics classes and workshops teaching STEM education in fun ways.