Day in the Life of an I.T. Student

The Day in the Life of an IT Student Technology Camp gives high school students (grades 9-12) hands on experience with fun activities based on the Business Information Technology program.

There is no cost to attend the Day in the Life of an IT Student.  Red River College does not cover any travel costs for bringing students to our campus.

Students will work their way through four sessions to build a simple web-based application.

  • Web Development – build a simple web page
  • Database – add a database to the web page to store information more easily
  • Networking – put your web page on the network. View the pages created by your classmates
  • Web Security – find and fix security holes in your web page

Join us on either May 2, or May 3, 2018! Content for the two available dates is similar, but each day is tailored to meet the differing abilities of your students. We want your students to be challenged appropriately so they can have a fun and rewarding day. Please select a date that will provide the best possible experience for your students.

Click here to register for DITL on Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Click here to register for DITL on Thursday, May 3, 2018

 

Girls Exploring Information Technology

Girls exploring IT is for junior high girls who want to get experience in the IT field.  This year it is on Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Students will work their way through four sessions to build a simple web-based application.

  • Web Development – build a simple web page
  • Database – add a database to the web page to store information more easily
  • Networking – put your web page on the network. View the pages created by your classmates
  • Web Security – find and fix security holes in your web page

Click here to register for Girls Exploring Information Technology

Location

The Red River College Exchange District Campus at 160 Princess St.

Cost

There is no cost to attend the Day in the Life of an IT Student.  Red River College does not cover any travel costs for bringing students to our campus.