The best of Codecraft summer camps, meeting at 10 AM EST, two hours daily for one week. Broken down into bite sized chunks, small groups of campers meet online to work together on fun and focused computer science projects.
Also the best of Codecraft summer camps, meeting at 3 PM EST, two hours daily for one week. Broken down into bite sized chunks, small groups of campers meet online to work together on fun and focused computer science projects.
Keep the learning and fun going all summer long! Similar to a school-year club, campers meet online twice a week, for an hour at a time, to work on projects, socialize with others and learn something new. Summer Club meets at 1:30 PM EST.
To provide a premium learning experience we keep programs with live instruction exclusive. With up to just 10 participants, our Instructors help everyone get to know each other and the material. We aren’t new to this. As researchers for the National Science Foundation, Codecraft Works has been developing the best experiences and discovering how to balance our desires for socialization and impactful, synchronous instruction, for years now.
Codecraft programs online strive to provide a classic learning experience, without the required highway commute! Participants join small groups and a Codecraft Instructor each day and develop computer science skills, new friends, and explore technology. We take a little time for brain breaks, encourage group collaboration, and foster socialization to complement the learning experience. During the week, they’re guided through building and iterating individual projects, culminating in a demo of their work for friends and family at the end of the camp. Participation develops both technical and soft skills, beneficial for future confidence and communication.
While the topics vary from program to program, students walk away from our online programs with a better understanding of topics like machine learning, web development, or game design, while also practicing critical communication, collaboration, and creative problem solving skills in a digital environment.
Finances should never prevent anyone from learning how to create something they love with code. We partner with the Codecraft Foundation to provide computer science and coding programs to under-served students, as well as leadership and internship opportunities for high schoolers.