The 2016 ITWomen Summer Robotics Camp for Girls kicks off this coming Monday, June 13! The girls are excited and the tech kits and camp T-shirts are in the works! The two-week camp at Northeast High School in Oakland Park is made possible thanks to the generous support of NextEra Energy Foundation.
ITWomen’s All Girls Summer Robotics Camp for ages 10-16 is designed to spark students’ love for technology, offering a creative, experiential learning experience in coding, robotics design and more. The small, close-knit environment also fosters ideas, entrepreneurship, leadership and philanthropy, alongside tech-savvy mentors and camp coordinators.
The students will enjoy the nurturing guidance and support of Bright & Smart Robotics CEO Lucy Tamez; Northeast lead STEM teacher Randa Flinn and science teacher Randy McLaughlin; female engineers from NextEra who will speak with the girls; Noel Picinichse, a 2016 ITWomen Scholarship winner and Jordan Paulus, an IT major at the University of Florida, who will be serving as an ITWomen Robotics Camp intern; and ITWomen members.
Sponsor, ITWomen Robotics Camp for Girls