Parents: Register your high school students for free summer coding camp

Case Western Reserve University is one of several higher education institutions that will host free coding camps for high school students this summer. TECH CORPS and Regional Information Technology Engagement (RITE) will offer the campus to Northeast Ohio high schoolers.

The weeklong camps are designed to engage high school students in hands-on, interactive coding activities in C#, as well as expose them to coding careers in Northeast Ohio.

In addition to Case Western Reserve University, camps will be hosted at Baldwin Wallace University, Cleveland State University, Cuyahoga Community College, Kent State University, Lorain County Community College and the University of Akron.

The application is available online and is due April 22.

Contact Kaitlin Newcombe at or Alexis Crosby at with questions.