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Students attending the Stonecutter Foundation Computer Science Camp will investigate the fascinating world of computer science.

Camp is designed for students in grades 7–12. We will start from the beginning, learning the basics of computer science, and then delving into the specifics of artificial intelligence, cloud computing, social networking, mobile networking and big data. The Camp will also cover basic programming using Alice, an innovative 3D programming environment used to create animation, play interactive games, and produce video to be shared on the Web. No computer science experience is required to attend this Camp. The cost covers all materials, a t-shirt, lunch each day, and field trips.

July 25-29, 2022

The rise of Google, the rise of Facebook, the rise of Apple, I think are proof that there is a place for computer science as something that solves problems that people face everyday.

Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Google

Tentative Daily Schedule:

  • 9–10 a.m. – Investigating an area of computer science (like AI, cloud computing, or big data)
  • 10 a.m.–12 p.m. – Learning programming with Alice in a computer lab
  • 12–1 p.m.- Lunch (Provided by GWU)
  • 1–3 p.m.- Working on an independent Alice project in the computer lab or a field trip

Cost:

The Camp, valued at $200 per participant, is only $25 per participant thanks to a generous donation by the Stonecutter Foundation.

Student Application:

  • Students who are entering 7–12 grade.

For questions or more information, please contact Dr. Miroslaw Mystkowski at [email protected].