On Thursday, March 26th, Taft IT High School students participated in an orientation meeting about the upcoming DITLE Summer Camp at UC, with Rebekah Michael, the Director of this program.
The meeting was opened by Ms. Beamon from Taft IT High School, who is the Taft's coordinator for this program.
DITLE is a strategic educational initiative by the University of Cincinnati (UC) to prepare Cincinnati high school students for post-‐secondary education and careers in Information Technology. The program is funded by the National Science Foundation and is implemented by a collaborative effort between UC’s School of Information Technology, UC’s School of Education, and partner high schools in the Cincinnati area.
The DITLE Summer program is a 3 week intensive summer IT day camp designed to give students a solid foundation in computer fundamentals, computer application development, database and networking concepts. The program is a hands on, project based, team oriented learning experience at the University of Cincinnati campus using UC state of the art equipment and instructors.
10 studens from the Taft IT High School will have the opportunity to participate in this fantastic program and learn the latest developments in the IT industry.
More pictures from this meeting are in our Photo Gallery
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