How does CampComputer work?
Through Google Classroom, we host video call sessions where we tutor students on core subjects and instruct them on extracurricular activities. We provide the materials for classes and split students up into groups so that our volunteers can provide more detailed attention.
What topics can my child get help with?
CampComputer assists students in math, science, art, and english. Additionally, we have added topics such as social emotional and health, which deal with expression, staying active, and keeping healthy.
How do I sign up?
What does the CampComputer schedule look like?
For two weeks, students will meet on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. From 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm, we will have a schedule that generally follows this structure:
How do students meet?
Students will meet at a scheduled time on Google Meet. Once a part of CampComputer, students will be added to the Google Classroom and will be provided a new link to join the session.
How many spots are there for students?
Currently, there are 20 spots available. This number may change (up to 25 students) dependent on our resources and the responses we receive.
Who are your volunteers? Is this safe?
Our volunteers are a small group of college and high school students. We are qualified to tutor students in core subjects that we’ve studied and facilitate workshops related to our collective interests.
CampComputer is completely safe due to the virtual nature of the program. We welcome parents to join in on sessions with our classes. If you have any questions regarding our volunteers, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use our contact page.