Camps

STEM4Girls has run various camps in partnership with other non-profit organizations, such as NCWIT, and local tutoring centers. Each camp presents unique challenges to introduce girls to technology and help them expand their skills. If you’re interested in joining or running a camp please contact us or visit the blog to see the latest updates.


Coming Soon:

TinkerCode 2.0

Learn Java and Javascript through fun and exciting projects using the Raspberry Pi. Get the chance to work with other students as you learn to design and create unique programs.

Past Programs:

Dream IT, Make IT, Love IT

Step into  the field of computing by learning how to build apps using MIT App Inventor. Light up LEDs and create more fun projects with Arduinos as you work alongside your friends to explore the world of computer science.

SPARK

In partnership with BPSRobotics, a group of high school robotics teams, STEM4Girls is proud to present SPARK. SPARK is a series of camps covering everything from CAD to Stop Motion Animation to Photoshop. Explore and discover a wide range of new activities and bring out your creativity with science and technology.

TinkerCode

Tinkercode is a survey into the variety of things you can do with computing knowledge. Over the course of the camp students learn a variety of coding languages Girls 5th-8th grade learned how to use code to draw, make websites and program robots.  Every student was provided with their own robot to continue their learning at home.

 

EV3 Basics

The EV3 Basics camp teaches students the essentials of programming and building an EV3 robot. Students complete small challenges each day to apply their knowledge. Students also learn to work in teams and collaborate with others.

Build-A-Baymax

Build-A-Baymax is a program where young girls get to make Baymax, everyone’s favorite robot, come to life. All students are supplied with kits containing Raspberry Pis and accessories necessary for the project. During the program, participants learn how to make a Baymax that can detect faces and has voice recognition capabilities using the Raspberry Pi, a credit card-sized computer. This project teaches students coding skills in PHP, Linux, and Python, as well as how to apply these skills.