Curious about what your young coder will experience at Camp Coding Space this summer? Look no further! We are thrilled to announce the launch of exciting updates to our summer curriculum, including new field trip destinations and the debut of The Lift-Off Lab, our new engineering module. Read on to learn all about the wondrous offerings at Camp Coding Space — the brightest coding camp in the galaxy!
The Coding Space is thrilled to announce our field trips to Google, Etsy, and Samsung this summer! Check out our field trip schedule breakdown below, and keep an eye out for updates — we're expecting to add more field trip destinations in the next few weeks.
Campers who sign up for camp during the week of June 26th or the week of August 7th will visit Google's NYC headquarters! The field trip will include:
Camp Coding Space will be heading off to Etsy's famous Brooklyn headquarters during the week of July 10th, where they'll dive into the tech side of e-commerce and hear from the nation’s top computer scientists blending artistry and tech.
Check out this video from our visit to Etsy last year, where we toured their sustainable living building, spoke with nine Etsy engineers, and spent time tinkering in their makerspace.
Young coders who sign up for camp during the week of July 24th will get to experience the digital dreamscape that is Samsung 837, an experiential tech wonderland in the Meatpacking District featuring a living lab, a VR tunnel, digital art installations, and three floors of dynamic, immersive programming powered by state-of-the-art technology.
Introducing The Lift-Off Lab — the ultimate destination for kids who want to explore their passions and develop their skills in a supportive and engaging environment. Held on camp afternoons and designed to inspire young innovators to use their ingenuity, creativity, and leadership skills to build, create, and invent, The Lift-Off Lab will give campers the opportunity to explore...
Our experienced instructors will guide campers through the engineering design process, providing support and guidance every step of the way, as well as engage them in important real-world discussions such as how their invention could be used for good or how AI and machine learning could influence what they create.