Summer is almost here and for many kids, that means summer camp of some sort. We’re offering a virtual summer camp for kids ages 10-14 who want to learn to build their own computer games and apps. All they need is a computer/laptop, and access to Zoom and Google Chrome. The software needed to do this is free.
Camps are offered in June and July for $175 per child. One of Hodges’ Information Technology professors will teach students. Kids can learn some cool skills, and no bug spray or sunscreen is required.
Visit this website for more information and registration.
– Dr. John Meyer, Hodges University