Python Summer Code Camp at Zane State College

Python Summer Code Camp at ZSC

Join us Summer 2020 for 8 weeks. No experience is necessary. Learn a programming language that is both beginner and career friendly.

Fully Online
June 21 – August 14, 2021

Wednesdays
12:30 – 2:20 p.m.

Campers will learn about Python – a general purpose scripting language that is both easy to learn and in demand. This language is utilized by everyone from system administrators to AI researchers. Most automation, data mining, and big data platforms rely on Python. Learn a programming language that is both beginner and career friendly – no experience is necessary. The course will be taught completely online in a virtual environment utilizing Zoom, recorded sessions, and live coding demonstrations.

This is a 3-semester hour course for college credit; the current price per semester hour is $179. You are eligible to apply for financial aid and well as receive grant funding from Pell and apply it to this course. 

Who is this code camp for?

  • Current students
  • Curious individuals of all ages
  • Those looking to up-skill for their career

No coding experience necessary!

What can I expect at the summer code camp?

What is Python?

Python is a language that is both beginner and career friendly.

Python is a general purpose scripting language that is both easy to learn and in demand. This language is utilized by everyone from system administrators to AI researchers. Most automation, data mining, and big data platforms rely on Python.

How Do I Sign Up?

New Students

To sign up for the course as a non-degree seeking student, fill out an application here. You will select either of these which apply to you: 

    1. Taking courses for personal interest
    2. Taking select courses to transfer to another college
    3. Taking select courses to qualify me for a new job

Please be sure to contact John Jacobs at jjacobs@zanestate.edu to declare your interest and get next steps!

Current Students

Please register for course ITCS 2100 – Introduction to Open Source Programming on My ZSC.

Further Information

If you have questions, please contact Associate Professor John Jacobs at jjacobs@zanestate.edu.