Armenian-Indian Center for Excellence in ICT (AITC) and Enterprise Incubator Foundation (EIF) have summed up the results of “Web for Teenagers” Summer School, held from July 15 to August 9.

11 students aged 10-14 took part in summer school. The specially designed program was aimed at organizing useful and effective vacations for teens.

During the program, the participants created groups of 3-5 people. They worked together under the mentor’s supervision on the idea development, web content, structure and design, as well as marketing, strategy and presentation skills. The final step included coding and development of a competitive website via HTML and CSS. 

The courses were taught by the best experts. In addition to professional courses, the teens also learned additional skills based on their age groups, including educational and art games, idea and project creation, concepts of business and marketing.

AITC and EIF summarize “Web for Teenagers” Summer School results 

This is already the second phase of “Web for Teenagers” summer school. The first one was held from June 12 to July 10 and was attended by 18 teens. The school was held in 2 professional directions: Scratch and Web for Teenagers.