Computational Adventures

Go on an Adventure with one of our expert guides! Computational Adventures are engaging introductions to the future of computation. The Computational Thinking Initiative sends Ambassadors to your community to lead these events for community or school groups. Starting from a small idea or question and incorporating audience input, each Adventure is a collaborative, creative experience. After getting a glimpse of the power of computation, participants in an Adventure can dig more deeply by joining one of our other programs. Get Involved

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Computational Project Clubs

In a Computational Project Club, students practice computational thinking to explore their own areas of interest through coding. Led by teachers or volunteers with active support from our Ambassadors, these virtual or in-person clubs meet regularly over a period of several months and follow a developed curriculum of activities, exercises, Adventures and project creation. Students are encouraged to work on real projects that are applicable to their lives or schoolwork. Groupings of students may be based on age, geography and interests. Get Involved

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Computational Project Camps

Computational Project Camps are intensive, project-oriented, multi-week residential or day camps. These camps introduce high-school students to computational thinking, cutting-edge programming and innovative technology. The Wolfram Foundation has organized high school summer camps annually since 2012 and is offering additional regional camps through the Computational Thinking Initiative. Camp alumni often continue to work on their computational thinking projects after the camp and enter diverse fields at many top universities. Get Involved

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