OUR SUMMER PROGRAMS
You can sign up for any or all of them!
Through Summer@TutorsForChange, we offer some fun 2-week online crash courses for K-12 students in topics like beginner coding, creative writing, frontiers of science, and starting/running a business!
Our background-checked tutors will use Google Classroom to teach these courses. Each course is 2 weeks long and features 30-minute deep-dives every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday into topics within the course.
You can sign up for as few or as many courses as you want, for free!
Beginner Coding (Middle/High School)
June 7 - June 18 MWF 5-6 PM MT
Through our beginner Coding Camp, we offer a fun beginner-level project-based exploration of programming in Scratch and Java
Kaleidoscope of Arts (Elementary/Middle School)
June 21 - July 2 MWF 5-6 PM MT
A two-week course teaching students to harness their unique creativity through origami, rock painting, photography, and Rubik's cube solving
Frontiers of Science (Elementary/Middle School)
July 12 - July 23 MWF 5-6 PM MT
A journey through guided and engaging explorations of a variety of science topics, ranging from space to biology to sustainability and more!
Beginner Coding Camp
Through our Coding Camp, we offer a fun beginner-level project-based exploration of programming in Scratch and Java. This is a 2-week online camp that features 60-minute project sessions taught by our instructors on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
No prior experience with programming is necessary. Although intended for middle and high schoolers, students of all ages are welcome to sign up for free!
Coding Camp Schedule
Coding Basics with Scratch: June 7
Arithmetic with Scratch: June 9
Text Lab with Java: June 11
Big Mac Lab with Java: June 14
Credit Card Lab with Java: June 16
Calculator Lab with Java: June 18
College-Prep Workshops and Panels
This summer, we will offer some very informative online workshops and panel discussions for high school students planning to go to college. At Tutors For Change, we realize how stressful the college application process is, and hope that our programs can help guide students through the application and college experience.
Our college-prep workshops and discussions take place on Sundays in July at 10-11 AM Mountain Time, and are open to all high school students. And remember, they're free to attend!
College Prep Schedule
The College/App. Experience Panel Discussion
July 17 10-11 AM Mountain Time
Chat with panelists from all stages of the college experience, including current undergraduates, recently accepted students, and graduates
The College Essay Workshop
July 24 10-11 AM Mountain Time
Learn about the college application process from admissions officers, college/career counselors, and current undergraduates