Our week-long virtual internship summer camps will help your child learn from experts in every field on what they did to get to where they are, how they succeeded, and be able to ask them questions and interact with each of the speakers. In addition, there will be reflection homework and curriculum and homework assignments daily to ensure they are getting further in their career development.

Dates: July 6th-July 10th

Live Virtual Week Camp Includes:

  • Monday-Friday Class from 3pm-5pm CST
  • Learn from experts in the business field interviewed by Neha, Live Q&A
  • 10 hours of live instruction, 5 hours of self-paced development
  • Curriculum Lessons in Comp Sci and Career Development Homework
  • Official Course Certification
  • Letter of Recommendation

Camp Requirements:

  • Stable Internet and Computer
  • Zoom Conferencing

Expert Panel:

Depika Mistry, King’s College in London, University of London, Computer Science, Accenture

Depika was a Financial Services Management Consultant at Accenture for over five years and provided project management and business analysis expertise on complex large-scale multimillion pounds business & technology transformation/change programs. She has had over 10 years of experience working at large and small consulting firms and can share her experiences of what it takes to work in IT consulting and standing out.


Eimear Curry, UBS, Goldman Sachs, Google, Head of Global Technical Partnerships, Emerging Commerce at Google

Eimear’s work experience speaks for itself. As an analyst developer at UBS, she was on the FX Reporting IT team and built and supported the trade reporting system. At Google, she leads a team of Technical Consultants to integrate partners with Shopping and Hotel Ads APIs. She has also led a team of Technical Consultants and Sales Engineers to integrate merchants with the Android Pay APIs. She is extremely passionate about technology and business. You will learn what it takes to climb corporate ranks and get top jobs at the most competitive firms in the world.


Sitara Nayadu, UC Irvine, Environmental Engineering and Business, President of Alumni Board of UC Irvine, Senior Product Manager at Ring

Sitara graduated from UCI with a degree in environmental engineering and an unmatched passion for the university and community. While as a student, Sitara served as undergraduate Student Body President, and was selected to be the first ever student to sit on the UCI Foundation Board of Trustees. As an early employee at Ring, the video doorbell company, Sitara helped build out the company’s smart home applications, first as a Senior Project Manager, then as a Senior Product Manager, helping to successfully position the company in its sale to Amazon. Now at Amazon, Sitara is spearheading the development of the Los Angeles chapter of Amazon Women in Engineering, helping to build a support and growth network for female engineers at the company. 


Patrick Farrell, Virginia Tech College of Engineering, Coding Ninja, Tech Entrepreneur

Patrick Farrell is a community builder, a tech company founder, and an online entrepreneur. He is extremely passionate about technology and coding and received his bachelors and masters degree from Virginia Tech in Electrical Engineering. His emphasis has been on software development since he left college and has contributed to many software projects for companies and the open source community. 


Raghuveer Akula, University of Texas, Computer Science, Game Programmer at Multimedia Games, HP, Shell

Raghuveer went to one of the most competitive computer science programs in the country and has always had a passion for games. Working at Multimedia games, he was involved in many game launches, game production, and is well versed in various code languages such as C++. He has also landed coveted positions at both HP and Shell and will teach kids about his experiences in computer science and gaming and what it takes to succeed at competitive schools and work environments.

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