CWRU hosts Free Techie Camp® for Cleveland Students

Case Western Reserve University is teaming with TECH CORPS to offer FREE Techie Camps this summer. Techie Camp is a full day, weeklong program designed to engage elementary and middle school students in hands-on, interactive STEM-related activities. Students take a deep dive into subject matter focused on robotics, programming, Android app or web development and emerge with skills that are useful in today’s classroom and tomorrow's workplace.
With financial support from the Gelfand Engineering and Technology Education Fund, TECH CORPS will implement its Techie Camp® program with a total of 120 Cleveland Municipal School District (CMSD) and Breakthrough Charter School (BCS) students. All of the camps will be held on the campus of Case Western Reserve University.
Students interested in being selected to participate will need to turn in a complete Application Packet before the Friday, February 28, 2014 deadline.
Applications and additional details can be found on the TECH CORPS website.
The goal of Techie Camp is to engage students in activities that can stimulate a deeper interest in technology; as well as provide opportunities for them to express their imaginations. TECH CORPS will host more than 40 Techie Camps around Ohio.
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