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High School Tech Camp

High School Tech Camp is a full day, week-long experience designed to engage high school students in hands-on, technology learning experiences. During the camp, students are immersed in subject matter focused Programming (C#) or Cyber Security.  High School Tech Camp promotes creativity, collaboration and problem-solving.  Program curriculum developed in partnership with Hyland Software, creator of OnBase and Franklin University.

TECH CORPS offers two types of camps: (1) open enrollment camps and (2) sponsored camps. For an open enrollment camp, any student within the appropriate grade range can register and attend. Open enrollment camps range from $325-$400, depending on the location. For sponsored camps, TECH CORPS receives generous support from various sponsors in order to provide a camp experience at no cost to students who meet certain requirements.

2019 High School Tech Camps

  • June 3-7: Blockchain at Lakeland Community College
  • June 3-7: Cyber Security at University of Akron  
  • June 10-14: C# at Case Western Reserve University
  • June 24-28: C# Lorain County Community College-Main Campus (Elyria)
  • July 8-12: C# at Cuyahoga Community College - Eastern Campus
  • July 15-19: C# at Baldwin Wallace University (Girls Only)
  • July 22-26: C# at Cleveland State University, Programming
  • July 29-August 2: Cyber Security at Kent State University

Click here for information and to apply.

TECH CORPS will also offer a High School Tech Camp for high school girls in partnership with the University of Toledo during the week of July 8-12.
For more information, contact TECH CORPS at (614) 583-9211.

Download the 2018 High School Coding Camp Report

Features

Grade Band

High School

Program Hours

Full day, week-long

Venue

Summer camp

Instruction

Content delivered by two certified TECH CORPS Instructors

Program Components

High School Tech Camp puts students in the role of creating and designing with technology—not just passively using and consuming it. Components include:

  • Two tested and certified instructors trained to use High School Tech Camp curriculum.
  • Student Social Network (digital citizenship), Blogs (reflective writing), Project presentations
  • Camp Kit that includes student supplies, software and materials
  • Evaluations and Assessments
  • Training and ongoing support
Program Sponsors