Summer 2020 Course Information

Overview

This 4 week program introduces students with no technical background to advanced interface design and programming concepts for creating dynamic internet applications for both practical and expressive ends. Students will be challenged to not only conceptualize but execute culturally-relevant web-based applications using professional tools to create a foundational understanding of technology.

Additionally, this course isn’t all about learning to design and program. We’ll also explore, comment on, critique, or celebrate the impact of tech via the lens of justice, ethics, and community. We’ll visit tech companies, network with professionals, and build a career toolkit specifically designed to launch students into a variety of roles in tech.

Come explore the tech industry with us!

What's Included

4 weeks in the Bay Area

Classes run like a work week: Monday through Friday, 9-6p

1 Course Credit: Digital Studies 345 - Intro to Web Design & Programming

Dorm-Style Housing

Offices visits & networking nights

Learn through building 2-3 portfolio projects

Program Details

Session Dates

Summer Session 1: June 1 – 26 2020

  • Program Tuition: $6,000
  • Meals & Board: $2,250

Summer Session 2: July 6 – 31 2020

  • Program Tuition: $6,000
  • Meals & Board: $2,250

Application Deadlines

Apply early for scholarship preference and $100 off

  • Early Admission Application: March 1 2020 
  • Application Deadline: April 1 2020

Admissions Process

Limited Partial Scholarships Available

  • Short Written Application
  • 30-Minute Interview

Tuition & Admission Requirements

No prior experience or course prerequisites necessary. All students are encouraged to apply and complete the interview process, especially students with no background in tech. This program will select for students interested in technology and who will be comfortable in and motivated by an intensive, highly collaborative, and self-motivated learning experience.

Selection is competitive as a limited number of spots are available.

Program Activities

Learn in-demand technology skills

Network and explore your future career

Immerse yourself in the world's tech-hub

Why Choose Adjacent?

Join hundreds of students from some of the most innovative colleges and universities in the country including Davidson, Scripps and Mount Holyoke.

Find A Job After School

With these new skills, you Improve your resumes and expand your career opportunities

Get Access to a “Closed Off” Industry

Get exposed to and build a network of one of the most challenging industries to break into

Receive Credit

Get transferable credit from Davidson College

Develop Confidence

Learn technical related skills in students centered process, designed especially for non-CS students

Enjoy Your Summer on the West Coast

Live in the most innovative and culturally diverse cities in the world

Build Leadership Skills

Learn how to successfully lead cross-functional teams

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