Donate & Partner
Computer Science is a fast-growing industry with good paying careers and dramatic impact on the economy of our state. The University of Idaho is committed to showing elementary school students statewide the excitement of computer coding and related skills through our expanding summer camp program.
Industry partners are vital to helping Idaho’s young people experience the excitement of computer coding. Thanks to industry support, nearly 600 elementary students have participated in summer computer camps in Coeur d’Alene, Moscow and Boise. Your commitment to the next generation of computer experts begins now, with the 2017 DIG’NIT computer camp series.
DIG'IT welcomes any organization to fund portions of or the entire program in return for copious recognition of the sponsor’s generous contribution. We can customize sponsorships to the organization’s needs, from social media mentions to signage at DIG’NIT special events to sponsor presentations.
Some sponsorship opportunities are:
Premier Sponsor: a singular donor funds all components of one or more years of the DIG’NIT program. The year’s program will be billed as “[year] [sponsor] DIG’NIT Summer Program” and all subsequent camps and activities will be billed similarly.
Camp Sponsor: a singular donor will fund one camp program and will receive, in return, recognition and branding on any printed or digital component of that particular camp. Further, donors will be given the opportunity to come to the camp location and speak to campers during the week of camp. We encourage creating an engaging, STEM-focused presentation.
Internship Sponsor: a donor may contribute to the DIG’NIT Summer Tech Internship for High School Students and will, in return, receive recognition and branding on any printed or digital component of the internship program. Further, donors will be given the opportunity to come to UICDA and speak to interns at the Internship Wrap Up program at the end of the summer.
If you are interested in sponsoring this incredible program, please reach out to Charles Buck at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.