More than 30 Chesapeake Students Learn to Build Mobile Apps
Virginia Beach, Va. – ECPI University is pleased to support more than 30 Chesapeake high school students at its Summer App Camp being held August 6 – 9 at the Chesapeake Conference Center. In conjunction with the Chesapeake Technology Business Consortium and Chesapeake Public Schools, the university is providing instruction during a week-long, intensive course on mobile apps.
Students participating in this free program learn how to build an app, develop solutions for potential problems and create graphics for the interface. Led by ECPI University Associate Dean of Education Technology Gerry White, they will also learn how to make a basic game for mobile devices that is downloadable so they can play it with their friends.
The ultimate goal, however, is to ignite student interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) by making these subjects fun. “You never know, this sort of experience just might lead a student down a very rewarding career path,” says White. “When you show them the practical applications of something they once considered abstract, it creates a fertile ground for learning.”
For more information, please contact ECPI University Director of Communications David Brandt at 757.213.3613 or firstname.lastname@example.org.