In a few days, your child could program a robot assistant, build an alarm system for their bedroom, write a song on digital guitar, or make their own handheld video game console! Each camp offers hours of daily engagement, split between live virtual instruction and practical, hands-on projects.
 
We wouldn’t want to spend hours looking at a screen, and you probably wouldn’t either! With time built-in for movement breaks and at-home fun, you’ll never get screen fatigue.
 
Strive to Learn coding camps help bridge the gap between art and science, and teach kids how interdisciplinary learning brings our lives balance. This isn’t where the fun stops - with the help of our expert instructors, the skills students learn will serve them for years to come, and give them the confidence to keep inventing and creating on their own.

With hours of Daily interaction, we're more than just "screen time": We're hands-on, active, engagement.  

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Lily Lieberman
Art Director

Lily has been in stage productions since the age of 9 years old, when her parents first brought her to a summer theater camp much like this one. Enthralled by the lights and the action, Lily continued to build her resume, performing in dozens of community theater shows, and attending prestigious workshops such as UCI’s New Swan Shakespeare camp. Her love for the theater has never waned, prompting her to continue her studies at Carnegie Mellon’s school of Drama this fall. Lily recently assistant-directed her school’s virtual senior play, “She Kills Monsters” by Qui Nguyen. A self-proclaimed “zoom theater expert,” Lily is overjoyed to share the fun with her students, and to show them how theater can be powerful and incredible in any form.

Tristan Tran
Art Director

With a BA in Math and an MA in Behavioral and Computational Economics from Chapman University, Tristan is hosting his video game coding workshops with the hope of getting kids to “think like a scientist.” In his words, learning to make video games is the most palatable way to teach computer programming and encourages students and parents to learn about programming while integrating storytelling into their lives.

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