Summer Computer Science Camp

Are you interested in technology? exploring what Computer Science is all about?  If so, then check out this summer’s:

CS Academy

July 7 – 20, 2013

Department of Software Engineering

B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)

CS Academy is intended to provide high school students with visual impairments an opportunity to learn about Computer Science in a 2-week summer academy at RIT in New York, and a follow-up online component that will enable them to further explore computing, create projects and share them in an accessible manner.  The curriculum will be derived from the Exploring Computer Science (ECS) curriculum, which is used in dozens of high school around the US.  It will be enhanced to enable students with visual impairments to develop their abilities in areas such as web design programming, and robotics.

If you are interested in applying, more information including the application can be found at You can also email Dr. Stephanie Ludi at

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