Actions and Detail Panel
Week of Code Summer Camp (June - Lexington)
Mon, Jun 5, 2017, 1:00 PM – Thu, Jun 8, 2017, 5:00 PM EDT
What if your child spent their summer learning to make apps instead of playing them? This camp, designed for 10-15-year-old students, introduces the fundamentals of coding. Students will create websites, hardware projects, and video games all while having fun with our energetic team.
More than just coding - Week of Code boosts creativity, logical thinking skills, and brain power! In addition to programming time inside, campers will interact with our upbeat team for unplugged activities and games. Week of Code is a blend of computer programming, problem-solving, and teamwork!
Mon., June 5th - Thurs. June 8th 1 pm - 5 pm each day.
Drop off starts at noon.
*Note: optional setup/install session is Sunday, June 4th, 4 pm - 6 pm.
Mobile App Development with Android
Video Game Development with Unity 3D
1-on-1 support from our instructional team
Final project presentations at the end of the camp
Who should attend Week of Code Camp?
This camp is designed for 10-15-year-old school students with interest in learning how to code websites, mobile apps, and video games. Our students are boys and girls, ages 10-15, who like technology or enjoy playing video games like Minecraft. No prior programming experience is required. This course is capped at 20 students.
Instructors for this course have included:
Nick Such, Director of Awesome Inc U and founder of BuildingLayer
iOS, Android, Python, and Web Instructor
Danny Thorne, Professor of Computer Science at Georgetown College
Unity Game Engine Instructor
John Meister, Founder of Super Soul Studios
Unity Game Engine Instructor
Brian Raney, Founder of APAX Software and Awesome Inc
iOS and Web Instructor
What is Awesome Inc U?
Awesome Inc U exists to help people learn to code. Since 2013, we've helped over 700 people on their journey to learning computer programming. Our students are kids and adults who know that it’s never too early or too late to learn how to code. We believe that the ability to write code and build software is an essential skill for the 21st century. It's something that sparks creativity, fosters a stronger global community, and leads to great career opportunities. You don’t have to be a genius to learn to code; you just need to be determined.
Are scholarships available for this course?
Yes, a very limited number of partial scholarships are available. You can apply here.
Where is the best place to park near Awesome Inc?
Free Parking is available for drop-off/pickup. The best location is the parking lot to the east side of our building, in spaces 1-19. See parking map for more details.
Do students need their own computer for this course?
Yes, each student will need to provide his/her own laptop for the course. Either Microsoft Windows-based PC's, or Apple Mac OS X computers will work, but iPads and Chromebooks will not work for this course. We recommend a laptop made within the past 3-4 years. Computers should be free from viruses/malware. We have a limited number of rental laptops available for $25/day.
Please see our website for more details - www.awesomeincu.com