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Everyone Can Code Camp

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Registration for Summer 2022 IS Now Open! 

  • Week 1: June 21 - 24, 2022 (hosted in person at USF's Tampa campus) 
  • Week 2: June 27 - July 1, 2022 (hosted virtually with synchronous camp sessions) 
  • Week 3: July 5-8, 2022 (hosted in person at USF's Tampa campus) 

All camp sessions run from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. EST each day. 

Recommended Camper Age: Grades 4-6 (ages 9-12)


Camp Overview

When you learn to code, you’re not only learning the language of technology — you’re learning new ways to think and bring your ideas to life. The USF Everyone Can Code summer camp helps campers identify code in their everyday lives and teaches the basic principles of coding using Apple’s Swift Playgrounds.

Campers will have the opportunity to LEARN coding basics, PRACTICE their skills through various puzzles and activities, APPLY what they have learned as they create with code, and CONNECT the experiences from camp to the real world through problem-solving and critical thinking. At the end of the week, campers will even design and prototype their own app using the skills they have learned.

USF Everyone Can Code is intended to not only introduce coding concepts but to also inspire young learners to think about how code might apply to their own futures. This camp is intended for BEGINNERS with little to no experience in coding.

For students participating in the virtual sessions, this camp requires access to an iPad with iPadOS 13.4 or later installed.


Scholarships Available!

Scholarship applications will be accepted until April 30, 2022. Please note, the scholarship applications will be evaluated as they are received and the application may close earlier if all available scholarships are awarded. 

If you are applying for a scholarship, please do not pay for camp registration prior to receiving a scholarship decision and code. We are unable to issue refunds after camp registration has been processed.

Scholarship Application


Request Information

For more information, please contact:
Nate Wolkenhauer
Assistant Director, Florida Center for Instructional Technology
nwolkenh@usf.edu