Codecraft Works' Latest Summer Camp Teaches Coding, Problem-Solving, and Life Skills
The MSI Program for middle and high school students will develop their software engineering, behavioral science, and design thinking skills.
Melbourne, FL, April 5, 2023– This summer, Silicon Valley Entrepreneur and Stanford University educator Raj Bhargava and Codecraft Works Founder & CEO Shannon Landin have collaborated to offer a summer camp that teaches students to code and encourages their personal development.
The Meaningful Software Innovation (MSI) program is modeled after courses Raj teaches at Stanford University and uses Codecraft Works’ National Science Foundation funded software platform for education. Middle and high school students will discover the power of software engineering, behavioral science, and design thinking to excel in high school, college, and beyond.
“The powerful combination of purpose-driven motivation, unyielding resilience, and latest software skills can unlock limitless potential for students, enabling them to achieve unprecedented success during their high school and college years”, said Bhargava.
According to Landin, “Students will learn to design solutions for problems that are meaningful to them using behavioral science and software engineering, STEM skills that are relevant in every industry.”
In one week camps, students in 5th – 7th grade will learn to code and create a personal web app about the things that are most important to them. In two week camps, students in the 8th – 12th grades will code web apps based on their personal purpose and resilience plans.
MSI camps will meet during June and July from 12:00 pm to 2:15 pm ET.
To sign up, view the full camp schedule, or read more about MSI, visit codecraftworks.com/meaningful-software-innovation.