Made By Girls summer camp offers a unique learning experience designed to introduce girls to STEM learning in a collaborative and supportive environment. MBG is powered by a dynamic group of female role models including educators, industry leaders, artists, makers, and creators who inspire our students to build 21st century skills and confidence both in and out of the classroom.
Camp offerings include programming, game design, wearable tech and fashion design, and Java programming. One week sessions run throughout the summer in locations such California, Illinois, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Washington, DC.
Five girls will have the opportunity to attend one of Digital Media Academy’s Made By Girls courses, all tuition expenses paid as a Made By Girls Scholar. In 2016, MBG scholars had the chance to fuel their passions for technology as they explored STEM topics from programming to 3D modeling for wearable technology and fashion design. Students were empowered by the esteemed roster of MBG role models including musician Divinity Roxx and WB animator Anand Duncan.
If you’re interested in joining the roster of Made By Girls Scholars, create a 90 second video or write a 500-1200 word essay, responding to the prompt: “I want to be a Made By Girls Scholar because…” and complete the application before March 31, 2017.
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