Case Western Reserve University is teaming with TECH CORPS to host seven free TECHie Camps on campus in 2018. With financial support from the Gelfand Engineering and Technology Education Fund, Cognizant, and ArcelorMittal, free one-week camps are available to students in grades 3-8 from the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, Breakthrough Charter Schools, East Cleveland City Schools, Cleveland Heights/University Heights City Schools, South Euclid Lyndhurst and Euclid City Schools. The camps provide elementary and middle school students the opportunity to learn fundamental programming concepts through the software programs Scratch and Alice, app development, and 3D printing.
Case Western Reserve University is happy to be one of several universities hosting the High School Tech Camp during summer 2018. This weeklong experience is designed to engage high school students in hands-on, interactive, technology-based activities. High School Tech Camp allows students to learn alongside their peers who share their passion for IT and technology. Students in the programming camp will explore basic software development and coding using C# while students in the Cybersecurity camp will explore various security techniques while working in simulated environments. All campers will develop their critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
For a complete list of camp dates and locations and to apply for the High School Tech Camp, please click here.