Capital Community College Summer Computer Science Program

Capital Community College is offering our 6th annual Summer Computer Science Program for middle school students aged 12-15. The Summer Computer Science Program provides a stimulating, active, and fun learning environment for students to explore and learn computer science through hands-on activities.

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Capital’s Summer 2019 Computer Science Program is a two-week program scheduled for:

July 8th – July 19th, 2019

Students will develop and build computational thinking and problem-solving skills through completing computer science activities and labs. Students will complete activities independently and work in groups and collaborate on team projects. Additionally, students will participate in youth development and leadership activities to build:

  • Teamwork and Collaboration Skills
  • Problem-Solving Skills/Critical Thinking Skills
  • Presentation Skills
Program Cost

The Summer Computer Science Program costs $250 per student. Need-based scholarships are available for Hartford and East Hartford residents. Participating students are provided lunch each day throughout the program.


Participating students must have their own transportation to and from the college. Student Drop-Off begins at 8:10 am. Student Pick-Up is between 4:10 pm and 4:30 pm.

Application Process

Applications no longer accepted for Summer 2019

Who Can Apply?

The Summer Computer Science Program is designed BOTH for students with no knowledge of computer science, and for students with previous knowledge. Previous knowledge is not required – what is required is an interest and eagerness to learn.

How to Apply?

Completed application forms can be e-mailed to, or mailed to:

Summer CS Programs
Attn: Seth Freeman
Capital Community College
950 Main Street Hartford, CT 06103

Please apply early. Limited seats are available.


For questions regarding the application process, or more other information regarding Capital Community College’s Summer Computer Science Program, contact Professor Seth Freeman,, (860) 906-5249.