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Free Girls Who Code Summer Camp

June 24 @ 9:00 am - June 28 @ 12:00 pm


Join us for an exciting week of coding exploration at our Girls Who Code Summer Camp! Campers will embark on a journey of discovery as they learn the fundamentals of microcontroller boards and programming.

Through interactive sessions, they’ll delve into the world of Tinkercad and Arduino UNO, mastering the basics of circuit design, coding, and prototyping. Guided by experienced instructors, campers will explore various sensors, actuators, and components to bring their ideas to life. From controlling lights to powering motors, the possibilities are endless!

They will also have the opportunity to visit the central office of Bangor Savings Bank, where they will meet with the Senior Vice President and Director of Business Intelligence, tour the facility, and learn about various ways that Bangor Savings Bank relies on computer programs and technology in general to best serve their customers.


  • Expert Instruction: Led by experienced instructors with a passion for technology and education.
  • Hands-On Learning: Engaging activities and projects that encourage experimentation and exploration.
  • Small Group Environment: A supportive and collaborative atmosphere where every camper can thrive.
  • State-of-the-Art Facilities: Access to cutting-edge equipment and resources to facilitate learning and innovation.
  • Fun and Friendship: An unforgettable summer experience filled with laughter, sisterhood, and lifelong memories.

If transportation is a barrier, please email Shelby at shelby@educatemaine.org. We are happy to help accommodate.

There are multiple camps happening throughout the summer at different locations so check out our website to see which one works best for you!


June 24 @ 9:00 am
June 28 @ 12:00 pm
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Educate Maine
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GWC Summer Camp
482 Congress St #303
Portland, ME 04101 United States
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