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Computing Career Corps

 

Computing Career Corps is designed to introduce students to a variety of technology skills while at the same time exploring technology career pathways. Through hands-on activities and experiences, students learn about computer programming, software engineering, robotics, 3D printing, app development and more. Using their imagination and creativity students learn how to develop solutions and artifacts for everyday problems.

Explore technology and earn a FREE laptop! Computing Career Corps 2020 is open to students who meet ALL of the following requirements:

  • 14-18 years old
  • Live in Franklin County
  • Receive benefits from the Franklin County Department of Job & Family Services

Below are details about the program:

Dates

January 27 - May 22, 2020
One day each week

Time

4:00pm - 7:00pm

Locations

Franklin Heights High School
Godman Guild
Homeless Families Foundation
South-Western Career Academy
Westerville Central High School

If interested, APPLY TODAY at bit.ly/2020CCCapp because spots are filling up!

Features

Grade Band

High School

Program Hours

50+ hours of programming

Venue

In-class or out of school time program

Instruction

Content delivered by Computer Science Teacher or team of TECH CORPS volunteers

Program Components

Students will gain a solid understanding of the inner workings of technology and also use their newly acquired skills and creativity to develop solutions and products for everyday problems.

  • Coding
  • App Development
  • 3D Printing
  • Robotics
  • Game Design
  • Web Development
  • Digital Media
  • Computing Career CORPS kit with student supplies
  • Evaluations and Assessments
  • Training and ongoing support