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Tech Edge
After-School Program
Clemson University, 
Yes! Beyond Limits, &
Littlejohn Community Center

Register Now!


Program Dates: January 21 to April 10th,  2014

When: Monday – Thursdays 2:30 -5:30pm

Where: Littlejohn Community Center

Target Audience: Elementary and Middle School Students (esp. 3rd – 8th graders but all are welcomed)

Cost: $200 (Approx. $5 per day for 40 days)


Tech Edge is a new after school program designed to inspire and motivate your child to explore computing and design. Through this program your child will learn to create, design, and test new computing technologies as well as learn basic computer programming concepts.  In particular, your child will develop new technologies using craft materials and computer-based prototyping tools such as Scratch, Python, and Makey Makey.

This program will increase your child’s ability to creatively solve problems and learn to program through interactive activities and group projects. Using a variety of visual and verbal techniques, your child will learn to present their ideas and provide feedback on the ideas of others.


Physical Computing:
Game & Game Controller Design Camp
Clemson University
School of Computing &
Pre-Collegiate Programs

This all day program will introduce rising 7th -12th grade students to physical computing through exploring hardware and software level design and programming. Students will have the opportunity to design and build a 2D video game and game controller. In particular, students will learn Arduino and Game programming and prototype design in a hands-on interactive format. The program will be offered twice during the summer:


Module 1 - rising 7th - 9th grade students (This course is offered during Session 2 (June 15th, 2014 — June 21st, 2014). 

Module 2 - rising 10th-12th graders which will be instructed with an increased level of difficulty.


Visit for more details:

Yes! Beyond Limits & Clemson MBAe Program

Clemson Ideas: Crowdfunding Initiatitve


Do You C- I.T? – South Carolina Challenge by Darryl McCune


Goals of the challenge:


  • To provide awareness and exposure events for students, teachers, classrooms, schools and districts

  • To provide professional development for teachers who are ready to increase their computer science skills

  • To purchase computing resources to stock a lending library for teachers interested in offering educational and after school clubs


Check out the campaign and help South Carolina SEE I.T!

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