CSBridge
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CSBridge - Two Week Coding Camp

Learn. Code. Inspire.

The CS-Bridge course is a two-week, intensive residential summer course for 16 and 17 year old high school students held at different cities and universities across the globe. This year the course will be held in Istanbul, Prague and Bogota. The course is based on Stanford’s CS106A Programming Methodology course which has been taught to thousands of Stanford undergraduates over the past 20 years.

CS Bridge lets young people discover that coding is fun! We have taught over 1,000 high school students to code, in person; and we are getting ready to teach thousands more. We encourage teenagers around the world to not only be avid users of software, but creators of it. We think every country in the world and every government should be working towards building a thriving software industry for its economy.

With CSBridge high school students can learn to how to code, even if they have never written a program before. Our goal is to inspire the next generation of computer scientists around the world, and to create role models for generations to come.

 
 

2019 CSBridge Locations

 
 
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Istanbul, TURKEY

Location: Koç University

Dates: June 24th – Thursday July 4th

 
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Prague, Czech republic

Location: CZECH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY

Dates: Tuesday July 9th – Friday July 19th

 
Image by JS Rolón - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0

Image by JS Rolón - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0

BOGOTA, COLOMBIA,

Location: UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS ANDES

Dates: Tuesday June 25th – Friday July 5th

CSBridge will run in Bogota for the first time in 2019 and it is hosted by UniAndes. UniAndes will recruit the high school students, and provide lecture halls, dormitories and classrooms for CSBridge. Together with UniAndes, we will teach 100 students from all across Colombia. This is also the first time CSBridge will be taught in Spanish.

The course material will cover the first four weeks of Stanford University’s CS106A and will conclude with a project that the high school students will create on their own based on what they have learned.

Students will also be provided with material to continue learning on their own after the course is completed.