There are many camps, workshops, and mentoring programs designed to help students learn about careers in computing. Find one that’s the right fit for you.
AccessComputing aims to increase the participation of people with disabilities in computing fields. Become a member of the AccessComputing Student Team.
- Code Now
Teaches coding to high school students through weekend trainings and online homework.
Microsoft DigiGirlz programs give high school girls the opportunity to learn about careers in technology, connect with Microsoft employees, and participate in hands-on-computer and technology workshops.
- DO-IT Pals
An online program for teenagers with disabilities who want to attend college, interested in pursuing a challenging career, and interested in meet other teens with similar goals.
- Girls Who Code
This 8-week summer immersion program for high school juniors gives girls hands on experience with various aspects of computing.
- Project Fast Forward
This program allows deaf and hard-of-hearing students across the country to earn college credits in computer-related courses while they are still in high school.
- Saturday Computing Experience
A Seattle-area program that introduces deaf and hard of hearing students to computers and computer programming in an accessible program.
- Summer Academy for Advancing Deaf and hard of Hearing in Computing
An academically challenging program designed for deaf and hard of hearing students with skills in math and/or science.
- Tech Girlz and Tech Boyz
Week-long summer camp for deaf or hard-of-hearing students entering 7th, 8th or 9th grade who are interested in science, technology, engineering and math.