Mentoring Alabama Girls in Computing (MAGIC): June 17-22, 2018
This residential and commuter camp is directed by Dr. Daniela Marghitu, professor of the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering. MAGIC (Mentoring Alabama Girls in Computing) camp is an annual summer camp conducted in the Computer Science and Software Engineering laboratories at Auburn University. This camp aims to inspire high school girls to have an active participation in computer science related majors and careers. To pursue this goal MAGIC is going to add an extensive authentic learning environment that has personal and industry relevance in both computational and artistic domains by utilizing the power of Scratch and EarScratch environment tools.
The program is developed and directed by the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering's faculty member Daniela Marghitu and taught by students from the department.
Tuition: $500 residential; $300 commuter
* Limited number of scholarships will be available to those interested once camp form packets have been submitted. Girls and underrepresented youth who are financially challenged are encouraged to apply. If selected, a $20 administration fee will be assessed. *
Last Updated: May 3, 2018