2017 Kids Program

The Children of The CornCon: Kids’ Hacker Camp
Saturday, September 9, 2017
Rogalski Center, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa

  • The Ethics of Technology
  • Contests and Prizes
  • Hour of Code
  • Hacking The Pentagon
  • Lockpicking
  • Forensics
  • Electronics and Soldering
  • Puzzles and Spy Games
  • Learning about Metalworking
  • Dumpster Diving
  • 3D Printing
  • Hardware Graveyard
  • Airbrush Tattoos
  • Hackathon: Inventing solutions to make the world more secure!
  • Hacker Jeopardy for Kids with Awesome prizes and bugs!
  • T-Shirts and Swag
  • Lunch, drinks, snacks throughout the day…

Fun Learning Activities | Demos | Contests | Awards & Door Prizes, T-Shirt, Food, Swag…

The kids program is typically of interest to kids Third Grade through Middle School, but is open to all kids under 18. Parents must decide if kids have the patience for some computer coding and exercises, putting together electronics, etc. We’ve had kids as young as 4 years old and up to 17 years old have fun at our events!!

All kids must have a guardian supervising them throughout the day and while on the St. Ambrose campus. If a parent wants to allow another parent or family member to supervise children, they should indicate this on their waiver form at registration. Students 18 and older are adults and may be designated as guardians, if they can show a legal relationship (older brother, parent, grandparent, aunt, etc.) or have something in writing from the parents or an agency such as Big Brothers Big Sisters.