Leadership Summer Camp 2023
Our leadership program combined with advanced educational ideas of Harvard University, and encourages students to explore their leadership role, to develop their ability and skills to make speeches in class, to solve problems creatively, and to communicate with others confidently. No matter what level of students, whether you are able to fully control your leadership ability or just start to explore your leadership ability, the leadership training camp will let you master new leadership skills in your existing leadership ability, will let you discover your leadership ability on the basis of no leadership concept, and start your new life journey. During the camp, student will have experience of independently facing problems, participating in cooperation and learning benign competitive skills
Age 13-18 | 5 Days | No Prerequs | Grade 8-12 | Ratio 1:7
The Swift language was designed to be accessible enough to be your very first programming language. It was designed to be easy to learn, yet powerful enough for professional developers. Students who learn Swift now will continue to be able to apply the skills they have learned when they become more advanced programmers because Swift has the capabilities for more advanced programming. Since Swift was launched by Apple Inc. in 2014, it has been one of the most popular programming languages and the primary language for building iOS Apps. Because iOS Apps are important and critical to the tech industry, Swift programmers are incredibly in-demand.
Swift In The Real World
Swift can be used to command LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robots, Sphero SPRK+, and drones.
Deliver the next generation of Apps
Easily create and train models to deliver more intelligent functionality in your Apps
Augmented Reality (AR)
Explore AR experience by creating Apps with 2D or 3D effection
Meet Our Instructors
Our team of instructors come from the top universities in the nation and are passionate about sharing their knowledge with the next generation. They are experienced in teaching children and bring their industry knowledge to bear.
“Ivy Seed was more than just a camp – it was the beginning of a student’s career.”
A Typical Day Includes
5 Hrs 15 Mins
Students will learn programming skills from instructors, and then be able to explore and practice these new tech skills on their own and in collaboration with their peers.
Activities & Socializing
Students will participate in indoor and outdoor STEM activities. These activities enable students to make new friends and experience campus life at top universities.
Each student will have time to focus on his/her personal projects and work one-on-one with the instructor to gain the most out of the program.
Doing STEM activities is a fun and interactive way for students to get to know their peers and instructors while also learning important computer science concepts. Students will play games which are based on the ideas of binary numbers, computer logic, and image representation, just to name a few.