Over the course of 2 weeks students will learn the basics of programming.
Visits to the hottest tech companies (think: Google, LinkedIn, Airbnb) as well as some of the most exciting startups in San Francisco. They will discover what working in a tech company looks like in addition to meeting professionals to gain invaluable insights.
Students will have the opportunity to interact with current Holberton students and mentors who are professionals working in the tech industry.
July 9th - July 20th
All campers will work on a final project that they’ll be able to present at the end of the three week camp. Additionally, each camper will have the opportunity to attend a tech company site visit.
As part of our goal to eliminate barriers to quality education, we are proud to offer this camp FREE OF CHARGE.
No computer needed! Students will work on brand new Apple iMacs!
We recommend students pack a lunch that can be stored in our kitchen/refrigerators.
Below are a few inexpensive lunch recommendations in our neighborhood if you choose to purchase your meals: Meal Options Close to School
Holberton School Summer Coding Camp is open to anyone aged 15-18.
HTML Curriculum: No programming experience is required, but proficiency in basic addition and subtraction, orders ('greater than', 'less than') as well as proficiency in English are required.
At this time we are only accepting campers within that 15-18 range. If you are over the age of 18, check out our 2-year college alternative program to become a Full Stack Engineer!
We will only accept candidates who can make the commitment to attend the full duration of the camp.
The summer camp is free of charge.
You do not need to bring anything! If you would prefer to work on you own machine, you are welcome to bring your own laptop to camp. Holberton School is equipped with brand new iMacs. You will still be able to access your end result website from your personal machine/smartphone once the camp has finished.
Camp will take place from July 9th - July 20th, fill out this short form to be notified when the application is available.