- Attendees can register after a workshop has been scheduled by a local coordinator.
- If a workshop has not been scheduled for your area, click here to see how to sign up.
Students must be 12 years or older.
- It is highly recommended that a parent or adult guardian attend with students 15 or under.
- Parents may attend for $60.
- Even with parents attending, the listed minimum of full paying attendees must be filled.
- Only full paying attendees are eligible for workbooks.
- Parents may attend Munch & Mentor with their student.
- Workshop pricing varies depending on the workshop and number of students attending.
- Choose the appropriate workshop in the “Select a Workshop in your area” drop-down box.
NOTE: $50 deposit is counted towards the total cost of the attendee’s registration.
Cancellation and Refund Policy:
- $50 deposit is non-refundable
- More than 60 Days from start date = Full Refund
- 31-60 Days from start date = 50% Refund
- Less Than 30 Days from start date = No Refund
Frequently Asked Questions:
Do attendees need to bring cameras or computers to the workshop?
Due to the complexities of arranging for equipment to be provided for all the students, workshop sessions are not designed around “hands-on” projects. In light of this, the instructor tries to employ a very interactive teaching style and uses lots of visual illustrations during sessions.
If the student signs up for a Munch & Mentor session, there may be opportunity to bring equipment and have the instructor give specific input. With Munch&Mentor, just be mindful that there may be other students sitting in as well.
What exactly is Munch & Mentor?
- During the lunch break the instructor will take 30 min to meet with 2-3 students.
- conversations and questions are also more than welcome during breaks or after sessions, but M&M provides a specifically designated time for helping answer student’s questions.
- There will be a sign-up sheet at the workshop for students who would like to participate in that day’s Munch & Mentor.
- It is highly recommended that the parents work with their students to come up with a list of questions ahead of time.
NOTE: If you still have a question, you can submit a general inquiry by clicking here.