Please Note: This is a virtual program via Google Meet. Participants will receive confirmation and additional information via email after they have registered.
Ready for a different kind of summer camp? Learn the valuable skill set of “code” (a.k.a. computer programming) with this special summer camp series of workshops designed to introduce girls to this ever-expanding technology field!
This special summer camp will be facilitated by Patrice Gans, Founder & Executive Director of Random Hacks of Kindness, Jr.
The week long camp will be an introduction to coding while connecting with like-minded girls to build community and to design and code a computer science impact project.
Students will participate in virtual daily coding lessons of 1 ½ hours on Google Meet Learning Scratch. Each session will begin with an ice breaker followed by a structured coding activity and ending with discussion and sharing of the day’s project. Students with strong coding skills will be providing appropriate tutorials to expand their existing
knowledge. Additional resources will be provided as needed. No prior computer coding experience required.
All participants need to be able to access the internet and have a Google Account (Google Education Account Should work). Must be set-up before the program starts with a Scratch Account – https://scratch.mit.edu/join
Time will be provided to work with the instructor before the summer session to get the student set-up if needed.
Space is limited. All students MUST attend every class.
For girls in 4th – 8th grade.
“GWC welcomes into our community and programs anyone who identifies as female regardless of assignment at birth. Our programs also welcome people who identify as non-binary or gender nonconforming and want to be in a female-identified environment.” – Girls Who Code
FREE. Registration Required.