FREE technology camp for high school students
The 2012 Summer Innovation Camp brings real-world technology skills to high school students in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. The event will provide hands-on experience with virtualization, mobile application development, Linux, and DB2, coupled with demos of research underway at the University of Texas at Dallas in Mind Control, Gaming & Robotics.
During the last week in July (Tue-Thur, July 24-26, 9am – 3pm at UT Dallas. Friday, July 27, 9am -1pm at the IBM Innovation Center in Coppell) IBM and UTD are hosting a FREE computing technology camp for high school students. Lunch will be provided each day.
Registration is open to any high school students in the DFW area that meet the experience pre-requisites [this is important since the lab projects require these skills ]
To enroll, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the student’s name, age, parent name and contact info. Spots are first come, first serve, so anyone interested should get in touch as soon as possible, and no later than July 16, 2012.
Click the following link for the flyer and more information: IBM DFW Summer Innovation Camp – 2012 Flier
Have a student entering grades 4-8th in the fall? Enroll in summer MOSAIC classes.