Coding & Rowing Summer Program

WHEN
Mon, July 16 - Fri, July 20
9:00 am - 3:30 pm

WHAT

Create awesome games with code, learn about digital animation, build and program robots, and make your own mobile apps! And that’s just in the morning. After lunch, row, paddle a kayak, and explore the river. Later, there will be time for Virtual Reality, work on collaborative Minecraft challenges, playing ping-pong, and other fun activities.

We collaborate with Holyoke Rows for this fun summer experience! The trained staff provides safe and fun time on the water. No experience with coding, robotics, swimming, or rowing necessary – all you need is a willingness to have fun and try new things!

8:45Drop-off
9:00Coding and Robotics Projects
12:00Lunch
12:30Rowing and Kayaking
2:30VR, Minecraft, Games
3:30Pickup

The cost for this program is $325. Reserve your spot now with a $50 deposit or save $40 by paying in full by May 1. Deposits are non-refundable. Other payments are refundable before June 1. Some scholarships may be available for Holyoke residents. Please contact us for more information.

Interested in hearing more? In this video, Lissie talks about last year’s program:

This week is for ages 12-14. Ages 9-11 will be following the next week.

Want to be a CIT for the younger group? We are accepting applications, let us know if you’re interested.

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WHO
Ages: 12-14

WHERE
Holyoke Rows Boathouse

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Holyoke Codes offers free coding and robotics education to students in Holyoke. Your support will help bring computer science opportunities to more kids. Any amount helps. Thank you!

1 comment for “Coding & Rowing Summer Program

  1. Johanna Hammer
    March 1, 2018 at 8:15 pm

    Hi- My son is really interested (has done a bunch of other programs with holyoke Codes)- he is 11 but we will be gone the week of the 23- any chance he could participate in the week for 12-14 years old? He’s very well behaved & mature
    Thanks
    Johanna Hammer

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