Summer App Space 2017
Summer App Space (SAS) introduces the elements of computer programming and entrepreneurship via lectures, labs, speakers and final group project focusing on a space apps challenge. SAS will run June 26-August 4 2017 based at Caltech in sunny Pasadena, California in conjunction with Caltech’s Center for Teaching, Learning and Outreach. Participants are welcome from high school teachers and students based in the Pasadena area.
Students and teacher participants get a salary as employees of Caltech. All participants learn profitable and transferable skills and contribute to real outer-space related research.
Interested? contact us about sponsorship opportunities.
Summer App Space aims to support up to 12 students and 3 teachers to have three final project teams of 4 students and 1 teacher each. Students and teachers are paid to enable a diverse class for our unique program.
We have received generous support, in-kind or monetary, from NSF Astronomy and Astrophysics Postdoctoral Fellowship award AST-1501208, Caltech’s Center for Teaching, Learning and Outreach, PythonAnywhere, Interviewing.io, Pasadena High School, and several anonymous donors. Contact us about sponsorship opportunities today.