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Summer 2022 Applications


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Scholars will learn one of three curricula...

  • 💻 Website Development

    What does it take to build a website? This curriculum is focused on building web-based software using 3 programming languages: Javascript, HTML and CSS. They also learned the importance of responsive design, accessibility and how to improve the UX (user experience) of a website. Scholars in this camp will apply these skills to create a fully-functioning website.


  • 📱 Mobile Application Development - Swift

    Everyone has a favorite app. Using the Apple programming language Swift, scholars will learn how to architect and build out mobile applications. They will leverage X-Code to create fully-functioning iOS capable mobile apps.


  • 📈 Data Science - SQL and Python

    Data is all around us. In this curriculum, scholars learn how to transform data into easily digestible visual elements using SQL, Python and data visualization tools. By the end of their session, scholars will build a visualization of a problem they are passionate about using data.


  • And much, much more!

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When will camps take place? 


Camps will be held in the following two-week windows:


🗓 June 6 - June 17 

🗓 June 20 - July 1 

🗓 July 11 - July 22 

🗓 July 25 - August 5 

🗓 August 8 - August 19  

Where will camps take place? 


Kode With Klossy plans to operate both in-person and online virtual offerings. The following city list represents our planned in-person locations. This list is subject to change between now and the summer kick-off. Maintaining the safety of our community is of the utmost priority and we will be closely following COVID guidelines nationally and locally to make decisions on hosting in-person camps.


📍 Atlanta, Georgia

📍 Austin, Texas

📍 Boston, Massachusetts 

📍 Charlotte, North Carolina

📍 Chicago, Illinois

📍 DC, Maryland, Virginia (DMV)

📍 Detroit, Michigan

📍 Los Angeles, California

📍 NYC, New York

📍 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

📍 Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina

📍 Seattle, Washington

📍 Bay Area, California

📍 St. Louis, Missouri

📍 ... and more! 


Who can apply?

Applications are open to girls, gender nonconforming and trans students, ages 13-18, who are curious, passionate, community-minded and enthusiastic about the future world of tech!

The best part? Absolutely NO prior coding experience is required.​

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Key Details

In the summer of 2022, camps will be offered in-person (in select US cities) and virtually. If selected, scholars will attend either a virtual or in-person offering

Camps are available to girls, gender nonconforming & trans students ages 13-18 who feel comfortable learning in a
female-identifying environment.

Camps are free of cost to scholars. Access to equipment is not required for participation. 

Participants must be able to attend the full two week commitment, Monday - Friday, 9 am - 5 pm local camp time.

Scholars will be placed in one of three curricular offerings, based on availability and prior experience in Kode With Klossy camps. 

No previous computer science experience is necessary to participate in any curricular offering. 

Camps include activities outside of just direct learning, including hosting inspirational women in technology as part of a speaker series.

All camps conclude with “demo days” where scholars are able to showcase their final projects.

All camps are co-taught by 2 instructors with the support of at least 2 instructor assistants.

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