From Camp Director, Professor Miller:
CS@SC Summer Campers,
The USC Computer Science department is in the spotlight in November, and I have arranged for a fun and FREE event for our CS@SC Summer Campers! I would like to invite all of you to USC for a Coding Tutorial in Scratch and Scratch Jr. This will take place on Tuesday, November 3 from 4:00-6:00 p.m. in VKC 156. I have space for 60 students, so the first 60 to apply will be confirmed. I will respond to everyone who applies by Monday evening to let you know if your child has been accepted. To apply, please do not email me directly but complete the form at the following link: https://uscviterbi.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1zFHHTa2vaboNpz.
The Institute for Education is proud to partner with the University of Southern California to offer two summer sessions of programming camp. The CS@SC Summer Camps are intended to expose K12 students to topics in Computer Science. The pervasiveness of Computer Science touches all aspects of life, including email, mobile devices, games, the Internet, operating systems, networks, robotics, and many others. Children are already more technologically-advanced than their parents were at the same age, but children will need to know more than just how to use computers to succeed in a technologically-advanced world in the future. Understanding technology at a deeper level than usability will give students an advantage in many aspects of life.
Camps are free thanks to the generous support of Kathy Kemper of the Institute for Education and the USC Department of Computer Science.