Learn By Doing

Elevate Your High School Experience

BlueStamp Engineering is a six-week summer program for high school students to build projects they’re truly passionate about. This program runs four hours a day, five days a week starting in mid June and ends in early August (dates vary by location). BlueStamp also invites guest speakers from various engineering fields and start-up entrepreneurs to provide inspiration for a career in technology.

Showcase your work

Along with building your Passion project, BlueStamp students will learn to create a web page containing their project and documentation. Students can use this permanent page to highlight their skills to potential employers or college admissions.

Build Your Passion Project

Laser guided robots, remote controlled hovercrafts, LED equalizers, digital camera, and more. Whether your passion is robotics, coding, biotech, or alternative energy — BlueStamp can help you build it.

Hear From Industry Leaders

During Bluestamp's program, students will have the opportunity to hear from guest speakers in the engineering industry. Past guest speakers from Facebook, Apple, GitHub, Leading Biotech Companies, and more.

Idea to Reality

BlueStamp’s program is a 6 week immersive program in which students take the lead by choosing both a starter and a main project to design, build. At the end of the 6 weeks students will be able to take their projects home.

  • Apply & Pick Project

    After applying and being accepted into the BlueStamp program, students will work closely with Instructors to find and plan their passion project.

  • Starter Project

    Before beginning on their passion project, students will spend the first week and practice their engineering and soldering skills on a starter project of their choice.

  • Main Project Build

    Weeks 2-5 are devoted to building and documenting your project and designing your webpage.

  • Final Touches & Presentations

    The last week is dedicated to adding personalization and custom features to your project and preparing for the Showcase Night's presentations.

What will you create?

Voice Controled Typing Robot

My robot is now voice controlled! This has been a goal of mine for a long time, and I tried a lot of different ideas. I first tried to use an Easy VR Shield, which allows for voice control with pre-implemented commands, but it was a defective shield. Then, I decided that I would try to write an API (automated processing interface) to interface with Google's voice recognition. Even though I'd never written anything as complicated as an API, I was dauntless and excited to learn! After doing research about how to write an API, I realized that there was an easier way: just use the dictation tool that comes with my Mac! I'm really excited about this voice recognition and for the opportunity it gave me to learn about APIs.

Where We Build


San Francisco

Innovation Hangar
3601 Lyon St
San Francisco, CA 94123

Silicon Valley

Fair Meadow School
500 E Meadow Dr
Palo Alto, CA 94306



MSU Auraria Campus
890 Auraria Parkway
Denver, CO 80204


New York

Ramaz Upper School
60 East 78th Street
New York, NY 10075

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