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SUMMER CAMPS

Summer Math, Coding and Machine Learning Projects for Kids

Release Your Brilliance - Fuel your curiosity - Shape your future with the newest technologies

AM and PM Camps • Ages 7-14 • Extended Care

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The DSA Advantages

  • Latest Tech: Modern AI and Machine Learning
    Nurtur your gifted child's passion for learning through new technologies.
  • Hands-on, Minds-on
    Enhance your child's abilities with engaging, interactive software and hardware coding.
  • Highly Qualified Instructors
    They're well trained and they love math and technology.
  • Small Camp Sizes
    No more than 12 students per camp.
  • Flexible Scheduling
    Something came up? No problem, switch camps at any time.
  • Satisfaction Guarantee
    If your child does not enjoy camp, we'll happily issue a full refund.

CAMP CATALOG

*discounts available

Math Boot Camp

$275*

(max 10 participants per group)

When
Weekly program
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. from June 15 – Aug 14

Grade Level
Grades 2 – 8

What to Expect
The weekly program helps students' math ideas and skills, and improves their confidence and grades, as well as boost their math techniques into more advanced mathematics levels. The main strength of our math program is combining the Asian math teaching strategy (Mastery Learning) with American math teaching philosophy (Mindset Approach). This independence of thought and questioning attitude is what our math program strives to nurture.

Scratch and Micro.bit Projects

$315*

(max 12 participants)

When
Weekly program
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. from June 15 – Aug 14

Grade Level
Grades 2 – 4

What to Expect
We learn to code with Scratch, the most popular block-based coding for kids from MIT. Students will learn how to make interactive games and have the opportunity to work with Micro.Bit, a programmable micro-computer. From this five-day program, students will have opportunities to tackle complex Scratch projects that can build solid coding foundations for machine learning.

AI Machine Learning Projects
with Scratch

$315*

(max 12 participants)

When
Weekly program
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. from June 15 – Aug 7

Grade Level
Grades 4 – 6

What to Expect
Students will have hands-on experiences for training machine learning systems and building things with them, by creating projects and games with Scratch using text, image, or sound recognition. Machine learning methodologies will enhance students’ leaning skills for their other subjects.

Python Projects

$585*

(max 12 participants)

When
Bi-Weekly program
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. from June 29 – Aug 7

Grade Level
Grades 4 – 8

What to Expect
Students will learn the most popular programming language for software engineering, data science, machine learning and AI. Students will learn Python coding on graphics and game design.

AI Machine Learning Projects
with Python

$585*

(max 12 participants)

When
Bi-Weekly program
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. from June 29 – Aug 7

Grade Level
Grades 5 – 8

What to Expect
Students will have the opportunity to handle real world data from NASA and other agencies to train machine learning systems and build advanced applications, like cancer diagnosis using image recognition. Machine learning methodologies will enhance students’ learning skills for their other subjects.

JavaScript Projects

$315

(max 12 participants)

When
Bi-Weekly program
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. from June 29 – Aug 7

Grade Level
Grades4 – 12

What to Expect
JavaScript is more than just the most popular language for web design, but a tool you'll use to turn your ideas and code into something tangible. In this course, students will learn the fundamentals of coding and utilize this powerful language to build engaging, interactive games. Create your projects with flashy graphics and read user input to recreate games you love, build games from start to finish, and practice game design principles with engaging activities

Counselors Needed

The DSA Summer Program will hire counselors to work at Wilmington and Philadelphia areas. Counselors are expected to arrive some days earlier than the official starting date and to continue working for the duration of the summer session. Counselors supervise and advise the campers

Application Requirements

A DSA Counselor will need a strong background in comupter programming, and good social skills. We prefer applicants who are either CS/Engineering graduate students or undergraduate CS/Enginering majors who have completed at least one year of college. Applicants should have some experience with programming languages (C, Python and/or JavaScript), but prior knowledge of AI topics is not required.

Each counselor must pass a standard background check. Depending on your citizenship status, you might need to obtain an appropriate visa (US or Chinese) to join the Ross Mathematics Program.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnic origin, disability status, or protected veteran status.

Counselor Responsibilities

Counselors are role models for the younger students. Counselors supervise camp life, evaluate projects and provide hints and advice to help inspire students to stay focused on their projects.