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Check out: Secondary Division Courses at ATDP Berkeley

"Unlike many other summer programs, ATDP offers courses that focus on acquisition of deep knowledge in a single topic. Secondary Division students are invited to immerse themselves and gain expertise in a subject that interests them. Some ATDP classes are designed to accelerate students through high school curricula. While ATDP does not provide credit for its courses, many high schools accept our recommendation of credit and will list ATDP classes on their transcripts".


Attn: Sophomore and Junior Girls!

Girls Who code is now accepting applications for their Summer Immersion Program with an early deadline of February 16th, 2018 and final deadline of March 16th, 2018.


In the Summer Immersion Program, students will learn about:


·  Tech Companies -- They’ll meet female engineers and get an inside look at technical roles in the world’s top companies.

·  Project-based learning -- They’ll learn computer science through real-world projects in art and storytelling, robotics, video games, websites, apps and more!

·  Sisterhood -- They’ll work in teams and make lifelong friendships with a supportive and diverse community of thousands of girls.


In addition to providing a free program, Girls Who Code provides summer stipends to cover transportation and living costs for Summer Immersion Program students who qualify!


There are many programs offered through Stanford University, please check the link below, if you are interested in applying to Stanford summer programs. They are accepting applications now.

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