Supported by Women@SCS, this program was created to provide middle school students (6th to 8th grade) with opportunities to discover and practice fundamental principles of computing and computational thinking through fun activities. Many of our activities are unplugged yet hands-on, such as collaborative games for solving routing in networks or card games for studying error detection. We also do use computers, e.g. for learning about abstraction and decomposing through programming in Alice or understanding the concept of deadlocks through traffic simulations. The program was originally started at the Pittsburgh Milliones 6-12 University Preparatory (UPrep) School in the Hill District neighborhood. Currently, the program is offered at the Pittsburgh Science & Technology Academy (SciTech) in the Oakland neighborhood. With this program we hope to encourage a future generation of learners to tackle problems across different domains by using a computationally inspired approach.