2016 Summer Tech Camp, UWI Mona, Jamaica

One Exciting Summer at UWI, Mona. July Camp and August Camp.


A Truly Exciting Summer Awaits!!!

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Begins July 11 to July 28, 2016 and August 2 to August 19, 2016. This camp is designed for 5 to 8 year olds. It is still part of the Summer Coders camp, but hosted at a child-friendly camp equipped for younger children. The computer lab and the campus selected is perfect for this younger age group, providing them with electronic gate, ample grassed area for play-breaks, multiple restrooms and a wonderful staff led by Dr. Deokoro. Location: The Deokoro Magnet School 6 Enman Avenue Cost: JMD 25,000 - Certificate of Participation - Open Day - Students Present Projects - Three Core Weeks + 1 Bonus Week - Mondays To Thursdays - Drop Off 8:00am to 8:30am - Pick Up 2:00pm to 2:30pm - Website Design - Cartoon Animation - Mobile App Development Register Now. Limited Seating.


Beginning July 11 to July 28, 2016 and August 2 to August 19. Registration Still Open. Payment Options. 9 Years Old to 17 Years Old. The University of the West Indies, Department of Life Sciences Computer Lab. Cost: JMD 25,000 - Certificate of Participation - Open Day - Students Present Projects - Three Core Weeks + 1 Bonus Week - Mondays To Thursdays - Drop Off 8:00am to 8:30am - Pick Up 2:00pm to 2:30pm - Website Design - Cartoon Animation - Mobile App Development


Suitable for entry-level individuals who would wish to enter Website Design, Cartoon Animation or Mobile App Development creative space, with a new technical skill. Programme Lasts 10 Weekends. Classes Held On Weekends, Saturdays 1 to 3 or 3 to 5. For Teens and Young Adults. Campus: Gomex Institute of Technology Parkington Plaza. Half-Way-Tree. Cost: JMD 20,000 - Certificate of Participation - 2 Hours Per Class - Saturdays 1 to 3 or 3 to 5. - Website Design - Cartoon Animation - Mobile App Development - Webinars included for additional student support. This provides a light introduction to website design, cartoon animation and mobile app development. Hosted at our Gomex Academy Campus, in Parkington Plaza, Half Way Tree.


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Mark Scott

Founder, and Director

Mark Scott is a founder, and the director of research and development. Mark has an interest in how early exposure to technology may positively impact children.

Tahj-Rojae Scott

Teen Social Media Expert

Keeping up with Snap Chat, Facebook, Twitter and Insta can be quite hectic... so we leave that up to someone who knows these things inside out...and that's TJ.

Euan Walters

Director, Sales

Euan Walters is a director of sales and marketing. He has successfully co-launched the Tech Camp product in 2014 and 2015 (with UWI and Scotia Bank).


Every child should have a "Hello World" experience, at least once.


We are a blended learning company, using face to face and technology to teach concepts. Our Tech Camp represent curriculum expansion, giving students access to additional learning not generally covered in an academic programme, but relevant to the world we live in. Coding is globally recognised as a technical language, whose mastery can help students with their academic performance. Our programmes are hosted at the University of the West Indies, and other satellite campusses such as the Deokora Magnet School and Gomex Institute of Technology. We believe in a technically competent Jamaica, and this programme and that company is towards that end. The programme teaches technical skills focussed around 1. Webite Design 2. Mobile App Development 3. Cartoon Animation We also focus on softskills such as: 1. Group Work 2. Public Speaking 3. Presentation Design (working with Power Point).

Personal Info

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  •   +1876 482 0148
  •   12 Begonia Drive, Kingston 6, Mona Jamaica


Tech Camp Parents saw Presentations and Live Demos of the projects
"Well I like website. Website making was my most my famous, because you get to put your ideas together on one website and you can share around with the world, and my opinion is that the reason you have ideas is so you can share it with other people, so your ideas get known and most importantly you get known." Matthew, 2015 attendee. Extract from TVJ Morning Time Show...Full Interview https://youtu.be/WN6qS5t-LAg?t=1m14s Matthew's Father's perspective: "Thanks to your last two summer camps, Matthew assisted us with our website development http://www.fun.tours/"


11 Year's Old. 2015 Attendee.
Well, I knew that I wanted to do Information Technology that was straight from the start , because my dad is also in IT but it was a matter of what aspect of it I was going to focus on... so after doing the course I've kinda stuck to mobile app development...The mobile apps, its really brought out other stuff, like coding and stuff and its really enjoyable for me. " Bianca, Wolmer's Girls. Attended Tech Camp in 2015. Has build apps independently since programme.


2015 Attendee. Prefers App Development. Headed to MIT.
"I went because I wanted to expand my skillset, App Development and Website design. In the future I want to be a Mechanical Engineer" - Chad (Wolmer's Boys). His first cartoon animation was Nationally Televised during TVJ's Smile Jamaica, Its Morning Time show.


2015 & 2016 attendee. Prefers Animation.
"I liked the fact that they had to present their projects (websites, apps and cartoons), get up and do public speaking. They had to dress the part...so it was good for them to get that kind of exposure. Dropping a 10 year old at UWI was frightening at first, but they got used to the place and helped each other around" Tracey - Mom of Michael (attended in 2014 and 2015).


Mom, Son Attended Summer 2014 and 2015
"I had enrolled my sister, in Generation Next Tech Camp last summer, just before she entered Campion College because I saw where this exposure to websites and mobile app design as well as cartoon animation was a beautiful taste of what she could grow into. I saw here at her most confident, most creative and she left there loving Cartoon Animation. I support and definately suggest that you get your child enrolled."


Big Sister :)