STEM CAMP 2015
Know a high school student who is interested in programming, gaming, artistry, or environmentalism? Seidenberg has just what they need to make their summer amazing.
We are seeking a motivated group of students in the metropolitan area to be our ‘High School Students in Residence’. Whether you are a programmer, developer, gamer, artist, designer, architect, environmentalist, engineer, or are simply looking to explore new territory, you will find a creative place to develop your interests and skills at the STEM Camp.
This exciting, two-week non-residential program will run from July 20–31, 2015, Monday through Thursday from 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. On Friday, July 31, the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems will host a luncheon with capstone presentations of the student projects for family and friends.
The 3rd Annual Summer Fellows Program theme is app development, design thinking, and the Billion Oyster Project. Students will be introduced and guided through the app development process in the AT&T Mobile Universe Journey. Participants will also get a chance to work with faculty from Pace University and its partners as well as college-level mentors to explore the world of cyber security and design thinking.
When: July 20–31, Monday–Thursday from 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. Luncheon with capstone presentations on Friday, July 31.
Where: Seidenberg School of Computer Systems and Information Systems, 163 William Street, New York, NY, 10038
Who: Rising high school sophomores to seniors of various backgrounds
What: App development, problem solving, and design thinking
How much: FREE
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