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Wednesday August 1 - Friday August 3



Do you need resources to show your high school students the exciting world of computer science? Join us for a 3-day summer workshop at Carnegie Mellon University where you can learn how to use lots of exciting examples in your classes to open the world of computer science to your students!

  • Explore real-world examples of computation in action with the help of Google.
  • Learn how to get the interest of your students with food and teach them something about computer science while you're at it.
  • Bring a robot to class.
  • See new tools for teaching students the principles of program development and computational thinking.
  • Hear from experts in the field about how you can help broaden participation in computer science at your high school.

Click on the links above and find out more about this summer workshop and how you can join us for this exciting event at Carnegie Mellon University. Registration is $50 (refunded on completion of the workshop) and a short pre-application essay is required for this year. On-campus housing and most meals will be provided for admitted applicants. Participants will be responsible for their own travel.


Previous CS4HS workshops have been funded in part by generous gifts from:

Google Women@SCS Carnegie Mellon Microsoft Research

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For more information about CS4HS at Carnegie Mellon, visit: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/cs4hs/

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