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Youth Program Enrollment

We offer beginner, intermediate, and advance programs to build students technology, design, and maker skills

Our Current Programs

Schedule

Programs are held after school at the Digital Harbor Tech Center located at 1045 Light Street from 3:30pm to 5:30pm. Students can participate in programs twice a week: on Monday and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays. A brief overview of the daily schedule can be found below:

  • Doors Open/Arrival : 3:00pm
  • Snack : 3:30pm
  • Instruction : 4:00pm
  • Dismissal : 5:30pm

Offerings

Digital Harbor’s Tech Center provides youth with access to tech-focused learning opportunities throughout the year. We are currently offering the following programs for students:

    • Mini Makers Our elementary maker camps are exploratory introductions to new technology. These programs offer plenty of opportunities for play and problem solving while exploring an engineering career pathway. We are currently offering the following Mini Makers programs:
      • Intro to Micro:Bit Learn to code with the pocket-sized computer, micro:bit.
      • Micro:Bit Robotics Take micro:bit to the next level with a smart car and learn to code motors, sensors, & inputs.
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    • Maker Foundations Our middle and high school maker camps are fun introductions to new technology. We aim to provide youth with fundamental skills in our computer developer pathway, allowing them to further their interests in STEM and making. We are currently offering the following Maker Foundations program:
      • Exploring Tech-Styles (Textiles) Mix technology and creativity in this new course! Explore graphic design and the applications of sewing, screen printing and more.
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    • Maker Advanced Our advanced makers at his series of topics, students will learn about artificial intelligence and machine learning. Youth will do this while learning about the career pathway of a computer developer. We are currently offering the following Maker Advanced program:
      • Intro to Raspberry Pi, Part II Use the Raspberry Pi micro- computer to further explore the anatomy of physical computing with lights, sensors and sound.

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Youth Program Enrollment

Participant Information







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This information helps us report to our funders, who are interested in the demographics of the youth and families we serve. DHF does not discriminate on the basis of race. We greatly appreciate any information you provide.




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Program Selection


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