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TECH CORPS programs will reach more than 1,400 students this summer

ab8088f5-9318-479a-bf8f-f92e2a9c4e9dTECH CORPS and its partners are coming together to engage and inspire students in hands-on computer science and career awareness summer camps and programs.

This summer, more than 1,400 students will have an opportunity to participate in TECH CORPS summer programs designed to educate, excite and empower students with technology. Coding, Robotics, App Development and 3D printing are just some of the different topics that students will dive into this summer.

“Not only will we impact more students than ever in Ohio this summer,” said Lisa M. Chambers, National Executive Director of TECH CORPS.  “Thanks to a leadership investment from the Nordson Corporation Foundation, TECH CORPS is expanding programs to Georgia, New Jersey and Rhode Island.”

TECH CORPS programs serve students in the 3rd – 12th grades and run anywhere from one week to eight weeks.  Thanks to the support of a number of private and public donors, a majority of the programs offered this summer are free to families.

2016 TECH CORPS Summer Programs:

Techie Camp

Techie Camp is a full-day, week-long technology experience designed specifically for elementary and middle school students. The goal of Techie Camp is to engage students in activities that can stimulate a deeper interest in technology as well as provide opportunities for them to express their imaginations. Topics include: Programming, Robotics, App Development, Web Development and 3D Printing.

Locations: Several locations in Central and Northeast Ohio; Atlanta, GA; Providence, RI; Trenton, NJ


High School Coding Camp

The High School Coding Camps are designed to engage students in hands-on, interactive coding activities. The students will learn industry-standard programming languages and through a series of activities, they will be exposed to the same activities software developers encounter every day.  In addition to developing technical and 21st century skills, the students will interact with technology professionals from local companies as well as learn about educational and career pathways in the regions.

Locations: Several locations in Northeast Ohio; Columbus, OH; Urbana, OH


Computing Career Corps Summer Bridge

Through a number of hands-on activities and experiences, this two-week summer program introduces students to a variety of in-demand occupations in the field of technology, including programming, software engineering, 3D printing and app development. This program is designed to increase the number and diversity of students enrolling in CS/IT Pathway programs in their high schools.

Locations: Canal Winchester, OH; Columbus, OH; Marysville, OH; Reynoldsburg, OH


This eight-week “summer work experience” is specifically for 125 low-income, Franklin County high school students and is designed to strengthen their web development, project management and professionalism skills. Student-employees use their newly acquired skills to build websites for small businesses, organizations or causes. Students work 25 hours each week and earn an hourly salary.

Locations: Several locations in Franklin County

For program details, visit or follow us on Twitter @techcorps_org.



TECH CORPS was founded in 1995 by Gary Beach, Publisher Emeritus of CIO Magazine and author of The U.S. Technology Skills Gap. Gary envisioned an organization which would challenge American volunteers to help K-12 schools build a technology infrastructure — much like the Peace Corps challenges men and women to help developing countries build their infrastructures. Building from a state pilot in Massachusetts, TECH CORPS developed technology programs and deployed tech-savvy volunteers to assist K-12 schools and youth-serving organizations across the country. Over the years, partners such as Cisco, HP, Intel, Microsoft, and NCTA have provided TECH CORPS with the fuel to deliver much-needed technology resources to K-12 students and teachers. Since 1995, more than 15,000 TECH CORPS volunteers have shared their time and talents assisting schools and nonprofit organizations in their communities.  Visit TECH CORPS on the web at, @techcorps_org or


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