Give Students Immersive IT
Training with Hands-On Tech Camps
FREE summer High School Technology Camps provide students with a real-world, hands-on technology experience to solve real worlds problems and have a community impact. Students develop in-demand technical and 21st-century skills, connect with tech professionals from the region, experience a local college campus.
2018 Tech Camps include:
- Programming Camp:
- C# programming and computer science concepts
- Hands-on labs and challenges based on real problems that software developers encounter every day
- Industry standard Visual Studio integrated development environment
- Completion of a final project with set criteria
- Cybersecurity Camp:
- Introduces students to Cybersecurity.
- Hands-on labs and challenges, all based on real-world circumstances
- Students learn to recognize and find cyber security vulnerabilities, as well as strengthen cyber security practices
The 2018 camps run June 4 through mid-August. Currently, a few slots remain for camps at Baldwin Wallace (Programming-All Girls), Cleveland State University (Cybersecurity), Kent State University (Programming), and Lorain County Community College (Programming.)
For more information, contact Jamie Cole at Jamie.email@example.com.
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Leading employers and industry groups in Northeast Ohio have joined forces with TECH CORPS and RITE to deliver these highly acclaimed High School Technology Camps to area high school students. The camps are designed to attract and prepare the next generation of IT workers by helping young people build the skills and knowledge employers need.
Tech Camps are sponsored by AT&T, Bendix, Eaton, Hyland, NEOSIM, Progressive, and The J.M. Smucker Company. Host schools include Baldwin Wallace University, Cleveland State University, Cuyahoga Community College, Kent State University, Lakeland Community College, Lorain County Community College, and The University of Akron.