Each year, the Georgia Tech College of Computing hosts a series of summer camps for students, and this year is no exception!
Registration is now open for 2019 GT Computing Summer Camps. Ten weeklong sessions are available, each designed to engage students with creative aspects of computing and coding. Artbotics: Where Art Meets Robotics and Makers Lab: Laser Cutting are some of sessions debuting this summer.
The first 2019 summer camp session begins May 28. To be eligible, campers must be rising third graders or above, to include rising college first-year students. A complete schedule, session details, and a link to registration are available on the GT Computing Summer Camps website.