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Very excited to share that Microsoft is offering free summer camps for kids again this year! The following summer programs offered are part of the Microsoft YouthSpark initiative, which is dedicated to connecting young people with opportunities for education, entrepreneurship and employment.
Microsoft is excited to announce a partnership with Microsoft Retail Stores and YouthSpark to offer free YouthSpark Summer Camps this summer, June through August! Available in 58 store locations, these camps will provide technology training for kids ages 8-13 and will include programming designed to teach kids computer science skills in fun and engaging ways. Children will enjoy learning how to build, publish and bring mobile games to life as well as produce and design their own digital movies.
Many are getting close to capacity – be sure to sign up ASAP!
Microsoft is bringing back the DigiGirlz high-tech camps with single day and multi-day programs held at multiple locations worldwide to give high school girls the opportunity to learn about careers in technology. Plus, this year Microsoft is sponsoring a Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program on Microsoft’s Redmond campus. 20 female high school students will participate in intensive instruction in robotics, web design and mobile development with engaging, career focused mentorship and exposure led by the industry’s top female entrepreneurs and engineers.
Both DigiGirlz single day and multi-day high-tech camps have offerings in different states with some registrations open now, and some to be announced soon. Check each respective site and bookmark for later if it’s local to you.
Is your child interested in coding, gaming/game design, photography or video?