Looking for summer camps. Here are some you might be interested in:
CodeCrew has a number of programming and robotics summer camps at various times and locations for grades 1-12. See there website: https://www.code-crew.org/events/ for more information.
Programs include coding, robotics, mobile app development and more….
The library and Cloud 901 have a number of summer camps for students ages 9-18. See http://www.memphislibrary.org/summer-camps/ for more information.
Programs include Robotics (including Lego Mindstorms), STEM, Art, and Music.
Game Design Camp
High school students (ages 14-18) can learn video game design and programming to create their own interactive graphic novel at the Creative Game Design Camp June 4-8. Students with some computing skills will learn enough coding to create interactive graphic novels, which are a type of game that encourage creativity through storytelling. Students will work in teams to create their own games. The camp will conclude with a demonstration of student-created games. Prizes will be awarded to the top teams. Register here. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Girls Experiencing Engineering
Applications are now available for the UofM Girls Experiencing Engineering program for middle- and high-school girls at the Herff College of Engineering. GEE is a fast-paced, interactive summer program that seeks to instill young women with confidence, interest and awareness of the wide array of career opportunities within the science, technology and engineering fields. This is achieved through a hands-on, “real world,” projects-based curriculum and dynamic professional engineers serving as guest speakers. More details and registration
Cyber Ambassadors Tech Camp 2018 Cyber Ambassadors Tech Camp
Date: June 18-22
Time: 9 am-2 pm
Location: UofM Main campus
Cyber Ambassadors Tech Camp 2018 Flyer
About the Cyber Ambassador Tech Camp
The University of Memphis is excited to host the 2018 Cyber Ambassadors Tech Camp for high school students. This camp will introduce students to the concepts of Ethical Hacking, Software Patching and Coding.
The week will culminate with a short Capture the Flag competition. By the end of the week, students will have gained enough experience to earn their own Cyber Ambassador emblems.
There is a $50 application fee, however, it will only be charged upon acceptance into camp (which will be determined in May). Refunds must be requested by June 11 to be fulfilled. While lunch will not be provided, small snacks will be made available. Space is limited. For more information, call 901.678.4271 or email: um-CyberAmbassadors@memphis.edu