CWRU to host summer coding camp for high school students

Case Western Reserve University has teamed with TECH CORPS and RITE (Regional Information Technology Engagement) along with other Northeast Ohio higher education institutions to offer free coding and computer technology camps to high school students this summer.
The High School Coding Camps are designed to engage students in hands-on, interactive coding activities. The students will learn industry standard programming languages and through a series of activities they will be exposed to the same activities software developers encounter every day.   In addition to developing technical and 21st century skills, the students will interact with technology professionals from NEO companies as well as learn about educational and career pathways in the region.

Case Western Reserve will host a camp June 27-July 1. Additional camps are being held throughout the summer at Cleveland State University, the University of Akron, Cuyahoga Community College, Baldwin Wallace University, Lorain County Community College and Kent State University.
See all camp locations and dates and review application information.
Case Western Reserve students who are interested in serving as camp instructors should email Gelfand Center Engineering Director Me’lani Joseph