Camps canceled? We invite you to ours, digital and free, to bring technology closer to children and young people
How to fly a drone, how to design an app or how to create your own video game will be some of the topics that will be worked on with the children from July 7 to 16.
It's summer! It's the beginning of the heat, the holidays and... camps? Yes! This year too. If you have children between 7 and 15 years old, we invite you to participate in our first Digital Summer Camp, six days with special guests and practical workshops led by everis volunteers to create... whatever they imagine! How to fly a drone, how to design an app or how to create their own video game.
The camp will be held on 7, 8 and 9 July for children aged 7 to 10 and on 14, 15 and 16 July for adolescents aged 11 to 15. To participate, all you need is an internet connection and a PC to follow the sessions from your own home.
You can register by clicking here.
This camp, designed with pedagogical content according to age, promotes computer thinking and digital skills from an early ages to encourage children's interest in the most demanding professions. In fact, the COVID-19 crisis has meant an increase in digitalization and, today, people who master programming languages have many more options to find work in the current market.
You can sign up the kids for any session you want. There's no limit! In the talks it is recommended that the child is accompanied by an adult and during the workshops, the requirement is mandatory to facilitate their learning and monitoring of the session.
The camp will be taught in Spanish.
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