Academically exceptional high school students can apply to take courses with Columbia students and earn full college credit. College Edge is an in-person, commuter program on our Morningside campus.
The MIT Women's Technology Program in Mechanical Engineering (ME) is a four-week residential is designed to introduce high school students to the basic principles and ideas of mechanical engineering in the summer after 11th grade. Each year only 20 participants who are excited about learning and excel at math and science are selected nationwide.
The Summer Academy for Math and Science (SAMS) provides opportunities for students from underrepresented communities to explore STEM-related fields. As SAMS Scholars, students engage in a rigorous curriculum taught by world-renowned faculty and skilled staff who are deeply committed to student success. The program develops a deeper understanding of STEM through hands-on projects.
In Berkeley Business Academy for Youth: High School
Entrepreneurship, 50 high school students from around the globe spend 2 weeks in the immersive campus of U.C Berkeley to develop a business idea and business plan for their team.
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Students will learn to design and code a multiplayer and interactive 3D Holographic AR game. Teleport into the games that you create to explore, test, and improve and invite your friends to compete or collaborate over a remote connection! Transform your creativity and imagination into a 3D game and rig and animate 3D human models, cartoon characters, Roblox, or Minecraft characters to fight alongside you and your friends!
The camp provides students with the basics and more complex 2D and 3D Holographic AR design, logic and coding, Python coding, game design strategies, as well as 3D modeling and texturing and UI/UX (user interface/user experience) design. Students will learn techniques for creating, rendering, and finalizing designs to create engaging and exciting 3D Holographic AR experiences. Teachers will also introduce the Design Thinking process based on Stanford University Design School curriculum and students will learn interactive storytelling skills, problem-solving, and fun facts about animation design.
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