All YWiC summer camps are free and are held in the NMSU Science Hall, 1290 Frenger Mall. Registration is open until May 31 or until all available slots are filled. Apply at ywic.nmsu.edu/ywicsummercamps. Contact Clara Graham at 575-646-4451 or email@example.com. YWIC for high school women: Open to 30 high school women who are new to YWiC summer intensives. 1-4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday, June 4 - June 15. Participants will explore computer science through fun builds and will learn to code. This is not an introduction to computers camp, but a walk with programming, computational thinking, and new technologies. Young women will explore Arduino microprocessors using Lilypads, learn Python, and explore Cybersecurity and Encryption. YWiC alum camp for high school: Open to 30 high school women who have previously participated in a YWiC high school summer program and want to explore Computer Science on a self-guided tour. Three one-week sessions, all are 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m. each day; Monday-Friday, June 4-8, 11-15 and 18-22. Participants are welcome to sign up for one, two or all three sessions. If you have previously participated in a YWiC high school summer intensive, come to the alum camp for a deeper dive into Computer Science. You will have access to available materials, computers, building components, robotic kits, instructors, classrooms, labs and faculty members who will walk with you as you take the lead and turn your ideas into completed projects. YWiC Summer Camp for middle school past participants: Open to girls who will be in seventh- and eighth grade in fall 2018 who have previously completed a YWiC summer intensive. 1-4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday, July 9-July 20. Computer Science projects will include using Galileo boards, CyberSecurity and Encryption, and Pencil Code. YWiC summer camp for middle school girls: (Registration is full; all registrants will be placed on the waiting list.) Open to 30 new participants who will be going into sixth-, seventh- and eighth grades in fall 2018; 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Monday - Friday, July 9 - July 20. Computer Science projects will include Game Design, Robotics, CyberSecurity, and Encryption, plus modeling and simulation. This is not an introduction to computers camp, but a walk with programming, computational thinking, and new technologies. All Camps will include lunch, materials, and supplies, plus chances to win technology prizes, bags, notepads, pens, etc.