Rural Internet Access Points Association, a member of the Digital Skills and Coalition for Jobs in Lithuania, has been organising summer camps for children and teens (10-14) for the second year in a row. 100 active kids took part in the camp activities in a lovely out of town place Kurtuvėnai, Šiauliai district.
The camp’s programme includes teamwork and collaboration, discovering Lithuanian nature and understanding technology. The camp is designed to spark curiosity and build confidence in tech. Blended technology learning with summer camp activities create a well-rounded summer camp experience. Sessions are two-weeks long so campers have time to become a part of the community while learning new skills, participating in outdoor and many other activities. Children can develop or advance their skills in 3D modelling, mobile application development, drone flight management and LittleBits electronic building blocks.