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Summer AppCamp Comes to Mission College

Students in middle and high schools are welcomed to the Mission College campus in Santa Clara this summer to learn how to design smart phone apps. Students will be taught how to code phone apps and learn how to create video games. Offered as either a two day-weekend session, or a more intensive one-day weekday session, there are many scheduling options to fit into every summer plan. Cost per student is $300, and these classes are offered through Mission College Community Education. Mission College is at 3000 Mission College Blvd. in Santa Clara. Parking on campus is $3, payable at vending machines in parking lots A, B, C, and D. The college is also on county bus lines 57, 60, and 121.

Two-Day Weekend Sessions: each is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in room MT-17A

  • Session 1: July 20 and 21
  • Session 2: July 27 and 28
  • Session 3: August 3 and 4
  • Session 4: August 10 and 11

One-Day Weekday Sessions: each is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in room MT-17A

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  • Session 1: Monday, July 22
  • Session 2: Tuesday, July 23
  • Session 3: Monday, July 29
  • Session 4: Tuesday, July 30

For more information, call 408-855-5109. To register online, go to http://summerappcamp.eventbrite.com

In addition to the Apps Camp Summer Program, Mission College Community Education is offering, for the first time, an “Immigration Integration Workshop” – this four hour class is a dynamic way for newcomers to America to obtain information that will help them build secure, vibrant and cohesive communities. For more information contact the Office of Community Education at 408-855-5105.

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