Youth Computer Game Programming Camp for Boy and Girls
This camp designed to inspire boys and girls to learn computer coding and app development. The program includes math, code syntax, and graphics while building self-esteem and confidence. Students will work in a small group to develop simple games. Inspired by MIT’s scratch project, learn programming by fitting together code puzzle pieces.
Ages 9-12. Mon.-Fri., August 18-22, 9:30am-12:30pm. $229.
Ages 13-17 Mon.-Fri., August 18-22, 1:30pm-4:30pm. $229.
Workzones – Paseo Nuevo Mall
Santa Barbara, CA
Call (805) 708-0505
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