SOMERS, Wis. – UW-Parkside Professional and Continuing Education is proud to announce precollege scholarships for in-person and online youth camps this summer.  

Parkside’s Continuing Ed will feature two, in-person, eight-day long coding camps for high-school-aged students.  The first camp, Python Programmers, will begin on July 6 followed by Mobile App Developers on July 19. 

For middle school aged students, there is a selection of online camps available, starting with Minecraft Designers and YouTube Content Creators on July 12, YouTube FX Masters and Roblox Coders & Entrepreneurs on July 19, App Attack! on August 9, and ending with Young Authors on August 16. 

To qualify for a scholarship, students must be eligible for free or reduced-price school meals, and must have finished fifth grade but not have graduated from high school.  

To learn more and apply for scholarship, please visit uwp.edu/youth.  For any questions, contact Javan Pham at phamj@uwp.edu or 262-595-2498. 

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