Case Western Reserve to host summer Techie Camps

In partnership with Case Western Reserve University’s Leonard Gelfand STEM Center, TECH CORPS will host two open enrollment Techie Camps this summer.
Techie Camp is a full-day, week-long technology experience designed especially for elementary and middle school students. The goal of Techie Camp is to engage students in activities that can stimulate a deeper interest in technology, as well as provide them opportunities to express their imaginations.

Each camp is comprised of 20 students led by two TECH CORPS instructors. Families will be responsible for transportation and for providing lunch, snacks and beverages.
Two different camps will be held at Case Western Reserve University:

  • An elementary level camp the week of July 18 that lets students learn how to create their own interactive art, stories and games with Scratch from the MIT Media Lab
  • A middle school level camp the week of July 25 that uses Alice, a 3-D programming environment, to teach students the basic concepts of programming through the creation of video games and interactive stories

Camps cost $325 and more information is available at