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Technology camps and classes are a great way to introduce students into the STEM fields and spark a passion for Computer Science. A large variety of programs are available for kids of all ages and all interests. Scroll through the available events below and see if your son/daughter might be interested in registering! If not, the page is updated often, so keep checking back for new events. Also, click here to contact us if you know of an event you want to advertise on this page!

NSA Day of Cyber 
February 2019

February is CTE Month and a great opportunity to connect your students with the opportunities in Information Technology and Cybersecurity by running the NSA Day of Cyber experience as an activity that connects students to those in-demand jobs in IT and cyber.

Career and technical education, or CTE, is education that directly prepares students for high-wage, high-demand careers. CTE covers many different fields, including health care, information technology, advanced manufacturing, hospitality and management and many more.

If you do plan to have your students run the NSA Day of Cyber in February, click here for more information and registration information!

Middle School Students – February 2019

An international Capture the Flag event with the intention to teach younger students about computer science. They will have the opportunity to do research and learn about cryptography, programming, etc…

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Computer Science Programming Competition for High School Students
March 26th 2019

CSTACNJ have officially announced their annual CS Programming Competition for high school students! Find some friends and have a teacher register your team to compete. More information can be found here. If you have an questions, please contact michelle.wendt@stockton.edu. Get excited!

Solved By Girls
April 11th 2019

Solved by Girls, New Jersey’s first-ever STEM conference for girls, will host its third annual event on April 11, 2019 at Primoris Academy in Westwood, NJ. Featuring a team-based olympiad of STEM challenges and a special guest speaker, the conference is open to all girls in grades 3-8 at any school in the greater New York/New Jersey metropolitan area. (Title l schools are entitled to a 50% registration discount.)

Solved by Girls was created in response to a discouraging lack of female participants in middle and high school math competitions. The objective is to affirm young girls’ interest in STEM studies/professions, and more broadly, to encourage them to pursue their passions with confidence and optimism. Nearly 150 girls attended the inaugural conference and were greatly excited about this unprecedented opportunity.

Registration will open in January 2019. Students, families, and schools seeking further information about Solved by Girls may reach out to info@primorisacademy.org or call 201-722-1000.