Tomorrow’s Technologist’s

Coding Camp

The TAG Education Collaborative (TAG-Ed) is pleased to announce the return of the Tomorrow’s Technologist’s Coding Camp sponsored by LexisNexis Risk Solutions. Tomorrow’s Technologists is a free, four week summer day camp open to high achieving Metro Atlanta High School Students. Students will master coding fundamentals, explore various coding languages, learn the iterative process of coding, and conclude their experience with a capstone presentation at LexisNexis Risk Solutions.

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Interested students must:

  • Be rising sophomores, juniors, or seniors at a Metro Atlanta High school
  • Display an interest in STEM and programming
  • Show technology engagement through school, extracurricular activities and hobbies
  • Demonstrate a level of maturity and program readiness

Applications will open on March 5th and the application link will be available on our website. Applications will close on April 12th, you must apply prior to this deadline in order to be considered for the summer camp.

The LexisNexis Risk Solutions Coding Camp will be held on the campus of Georgia Tech with weekly field trips to LexisNexis Risk Solutions’ Campus.

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QUALIFICATIONS: All students for consideration must be at least age 15 and a rising sophomore, junior, or senior. Students must attend a High School in the Metro Atlanta area (Fulton, DeKalb, Gwinnett, Cobb, Clayton, Walton, Newton, Douglas, Fayette, Forsyth, Henry, Cherokee, Rockdale, Butts, Barrow, Coweta, Bartow, Carroll, Paulding, Pickens, and Spalding Counties). Applications will be reviewed to identify students with a demonstrated interest in STEM and maturity to apply themselves during the 4 week intensive program.

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The four week day camp will be hosted on Georgia Tech’s campus. Instruction will take place from Monday – Friday from 9 AM – 4 PM from June 17th to July 28th. The camp will not take place the week of July 1st (July 1st – July 5th) in honor of Independence Day.

Corporate Sponsor: LexisNexis Risk Solutions

"Tomorrow’s Technologists provides an opportunity for high school students to learn computer science fundamentals, principles, big data and analytics, career planning, technology careers and digital citizenship. Through the program, LexisNexis Risk Solutions helps participants build confidence in the student’s technological aptitude and gain a sense of accomplishment. The students are provided the opportunity to work in a collaborative setting and develop a better understanding of the importance of teamwork in a technology environment. The program also allows for students to test problem-solving skills, which are important in all aspects of life."

- Monica Garrett
Director Community Relations

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The program is provided 100% cost free due to the support of LexisNexis Risks Solutions. Students will have all materials, lunch, any transportation to the field trips during the camp provided to them at no cost.

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Testimonials

TOMORROW'S TECHNOLOGISTS CODING CAMP 2018

“This camp was amazing in all of its aspects, including education and experience (not to forget a free laptop and lunch), but I specifically want to mention the people that I met. I learned as much from them (possibly more) as I had from the teachers and made lifelong friends. Robotics gods, pilots, researchers... these were all people present at the camp, ready to help and learn from others. The teachers were always willing to assist us if we had problems, but I think the nature of the camp wanted us to collaborate with our peers to solve problems, which we did. Creating a functional app was one of my biggest achievements up to date, and I have to thank my team, and the teachers for that.”

- Rachel Zhou

Testimonials

TOMORROW'S TECHNOLOGISTS CODING CAMP 2018

"Tomorrow's Technologist's Camp has had a lasting impact on me and opened the door to many new opportunities. not only has it shown me the wonders of TAGED but it has also put learning computer science on my own within reach. Never before have I been able to study and test different languages and projects to further my pursuits within engineering and robotics. Without Tag-ED, none of it would have been possible."

- James Bunting

Testimonials

TOMORROW'S TECHNOLOGISTS CODING CAMP 2018

"Participating in and winning the TAG-Ed 2018 Tomorrow’s Technologist’s Coding Camp and it's competition gave me opportunities to discover coding skills and introduce me to friends."

- Timothy West

CAPSTONE PROJECTS

2018

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FAQ

Is housing available for a low cost?

Unfortunately, this is a day camp hosted from 9AM-4PM and we are unavailable to provide any housing. Students must have reliable transportation to and from the camp daily. The Georgia Tech campus is accessible via Marta.

What costs are associated with the program?

The program is provided 100% cost free due to the support of LexisNexis Risks Solutions. Students will have all materials, lunch, any transportation to the field trips during the camp provided to them at no cost.

How do I know if my student qualifies to participate?

All students for consideration must be at least age 15 and a rising sophomore, junior, or senior. Students must attend a High School in the Metro Atlanta area (Fulton, DeKalb, Gwinnett, Cobb, Clayton, Walton, Newton, Douglas, Fayette, Forsyth, Henry, Cherokee, Rockdale, Butts, Barrow, Coweta, Bartow, Carroll, Paulding, Pickens, and Spalding Counties). Applications will be reviewed to identify students with a demonstrated interest in STEM and maturity to apply themselves during the 4 week intensive program.

What are the hours of the camp and where will it be hosted?

The four week day camp will be hosted on Georgia Tech’s campus. Instruction will take place from Monday – Friday from 9 AM – 4 PM from June 17th to July 28th. The camp will not take place the week of July 1st (July 1st – July 5th) in honor of Independence Day.

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If you have any questions, please contact the TAG-Ed team at shanice@tagonline.org

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