About Our Program
CampComputer is a volunteer-led program designed for students to learn remotely. The program is four days a week for two weeks. 50% of the program is core-subject review. The other 50% are workshops designed to hone new skills and interests. Students will explore topics in STEM, art, and culture alongside fellow "campers".
2020 Summer Session Info
Students living in New York City and entering grades 4-5 in the fall are eligible to participate in CampComputer 2020.
Sessions will be held for 3 hours a day, 4 days a week, for 2 weeks. Mon-Tue and Thur-Fri from August 10-21. Specific information on schedules is linked here.
Applications are currently closed. Please check back in September for group or one-on-one tutoring opportunities!
Students will need a PC or tablet with a stable internet connection, a webcam + speaker, and access to G Suite (Google Classroom, Google Meet, etc.). We ask that students have access to a non-DOE Google account in order to be added to Google Classroom.
Mission & Vision
CampComputer was created out of a need for accessible programs to engage and interest children. We recognize and understand that self-isolating for students can strain social relationships and limit enrichment opportunities. We strive to create a safe environment during these strenuous times for our campers to learn and grow in.
Our mission statement is threefold:
To mend the gap in enrichment education through FREE and accessible learning experiences.
To expand students' critical thinking abilities which allow them to interact with the world around them.
To engage and provide a valuable way for students to spend their extended free time.