Google Summer of Code is designed to encourage college student
participation in open source development. Begun in 2005, the program has several goals, which are the following: Inspire young developers to begin participating in open source development, provide students in Computer Science and related fields the opportunity to do work related to their academic pursuits during the summer, give students more exposure to realworld software development scenarios (e.g., distributed development, software licensing questions, mailing list etiquette, etc.), get more open source code created and released for the benefit of all, and help open source projects identify and bring in new developers and committers.
They will be offering successful student contributors a 5,000 USD stipend,
enabling them to focus on their coding projects for three months. This
program is done completely online. Students and mentors from more than
100 countries have participated in past years.
Find full details on requirements for participating, including how to apply:
Student applications will be accepted from April 22 to May 3, 2013.
Passport2College offers high school juniors an opportunity to earn college credits while still enrolled in high school! DeVry University offer students courses in Business, Math, Psychology, and English. Class schedules provide flexibility while giving you an in-depth knowledge from professors with real-world experience.
Missouri S&T offers Jackling Intro to Engineering to the juniors and seniors of next year! Through this camp not only will students explore their career options, they will also work hands-on in a variety of labs and gain valuable skills. Three sessions are available: June 11-15, June 25-29, and July 9-13. Register online before all the openings are filled!
Missouri S&T will also be offering many other camps including a CyberMiner Camp for students interested in software design, programming and other digital technologies, a Robotics Camp, and many other camps! Check out all of their summer opportunities!
Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri will be offering a week-long course to prepare you for Game Designing, App Development, Robotics Engineer, Film Making, Web Design, and even 3D Animation. Check out the link provided for course availability. There are many opportunities within the months of June and July to take a course of your choosing!
National Student Leadership Conference will invite a select group to participate in its fast-paced, high-level, interactive summer program for high school students. The NSLC provides students with the opportunity to experience life on a college campus; develop essential leadership skills; and explore a future career through exciting simulations, exclusive site visits and interactive meetings with renowned leaders in their chosen field.
The University of Alabama Department of Computer Science The University of Alabama Department of Computer Science within the College of Engineering has hosted a series of Computer Science camps each summer. For Summer 2017, we will offer one week of camps (commuter or residential dorm) for high school students (rising 10th through 12th graders). Students will be taught multiple topics of Computer Science while learning to program a computer in several exciting contexts using the Java programming language. The Computer Science camps are taught by UA Computer Science faculty in a manner that encourages self-exploration across multiple projects.
Mizzou’s: College of Engineering
Dates & Location
Two 6-day sessions on the University of Missouri campus:
- Week 1: July 9-14, 2017
- Week 2: July 16-21, 2017
Eligibility & Application Process
- Students must be entering their sophomore, junior or senior high school year for the upcoming school year in order to apply.
- Student should have completed
- 1 or more laboratory science courses, and
- at least 2 units of high school mathematics.
- After completing the online form, the following also must be submitted electronically:
- a copy of the students unofficial or official school transcript along with their registration form.
- a recommendation letter from the students guidance counselor or a teacher.
- Acceptance will be based on transcripts and recommendation letter.
- Applicants will be notified by email about acceptance.
- Upon notification of acceptance the student will need to send additional documents and $500 registration fee.
High School students have the option to stay in our dormitories as residential campers (the 2012 camps had students attending from 13 states, as well as Hong Kong and Beijing). Students will be taught multiple topics of Computer Science while learning to program a computer in several exciting contexts (e.g., game programming in Java and Scratch, robotics, and Android smartphone programming in App Inventor).
The Computer Science camps are taught by faculty and staff in a manner that encourages self-exploration and inquiry-based learning across multiple projects.
For more information (details, registration info, and photos from past events), please visit http://outreach.cs.ua.edu/camps/ or contact Dr. Jeff Gray email@example.com
Need A+ hours? Consider being a part of Computer Club. Preferably, Sign-up for 7th hour with Ms. Klein and stay after school 9 Wednesday's a semester. We will be visiting Liberty Middle School, Liberty Juniour High and South Valley each semester for 3 consecutive Wednesdays each. At each location, we spend an hour to hour 1/2 working with middle and junior high schools on programming. The software we will be using is interactive and easy to learn. You don't need any previous knowledge of programming. Just need to being willing to help, learn something new and have fun. Please contact Ms. Klein if you are interested. firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Development Opportunity
Help is needed to manage web presences for the business department. If you have had Introduction to Web Programming, please take Advance Web Design and contact Ms. Klein. email@example.com