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How to Run a Summer Camp - Logistics

by Barbara Ericson last modified 2007-10-29 12:07

This workshop will explain how to get started offering computing summer camps to middle and high school students. It will start at 10:00am on Friday Dec 14th in room 1116-E of the Klaus Advanced Computing Building on Georgia Tech's campus. It will end at 3:00pm.

When 2007-12-14
from 10:00 to 15:00
Where 1116E Klaus
Contact Name Felicia Auzla
Contact Email
Contact Phone 404 894-6858
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We will cover the logistics of running computing summer camps for middle and high school students.  This includes legal issues and forms, parking issues, marketing, registration, recreation, content, budget, staffing, evaluation, and more.  We will introduce the content we cover in our summer camps: CS Unplugged, Scratch, PicoCrickets, Alice, LEGO NXT robots, and Media Computation.  We will discuss the proposals we will accept till Jan 15th for seed money to help start computing summer camps at other Georgia public colleges and universities.  Some of the winners of the seed grants for the summer of 2007 will talk about their experiences.

To register for this workshop please contact Felicia Auzla  Let her know if you will need a hotel for the night of Dec 13th and if you have any meal restrictions. 

Do to a grant from the National Science Foundation we can pay for hotel rooms, meals, and parking.  We also offer up to $4999.99 to 3 Georgia public colleges and universities each year to help them start computing summer camps. 

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