Are you looking for a summer experience that combines fun, learning, and creativity? Join us for a week of exploration and discovery as we dive into the exciting world of AI.
Our camp is designed for middle school students with no prior experience in computer science, providing a comprehensive understanding of AI from different angles, including computer science, ethics, policy, humanity, and the future implications of AI.
Throughout the week, students will participate in hands-on activities, including programming, research, brainstorming, and presentations. They will work together to design an AI-based startup and create a pitch deck and presentation, just like in the popular show “Shark Tank.” At the end of the week, students will present their startups to a panel of experts, showcasing their newfound knowledge and creativity.
Our experienced instructors will lead students through the curriculum, providing guidance and support along the way. With a focus on hands-on learning and collaboration, our camp provides a unique and engaging opportunity for students to explore the world of AI.
Don’t miss this opportunity to give your child a summer filled with adventure, learning, and creativity! Enroll them today!
Priten H Shah, M. ED and B.A, Harvard, is the CEO of Pedagogy.Cloud, an education consulting company providing educational organizations with a full-suite of services including innovative technology solutions.
Pedagogy.Cloud has worked with over 200 different educational organizations to adapt and innovate during major world events including the Covid-19 Pandemic. He and his team are currently focused on helping educational organizations adapt to the ever growing capabilities of AI, focusing on OpenAI integrations.
Through PC, Priten serves as CTO/CFO for Thinker Analytix, a Harvard partnered nonprofit that is leading the effort to create research-based tools for educators to teach reasoning skills.
Nina has worked with students of all ages teaching English, history, human rights, and current events. For the past three years, she has served as a lead instructor and curriculum developer at Leaders 4 Social Change’s summer middle school workshop and is now excited to work with students on exploring the ways that AI can tackle issues big and small.