CGI and Cigna team up to create a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) camp for the American School for the Deaf, helping to bring STEM education to a diverse group of students.

CGI organises one and half-day STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) camps across the UK in partnership with schools and community organisations. These fun, interactive events teach students about STEM-related careers. The camps were started in our US offices and since their inception in 2017 the STEM@CGI program has served more than 6,000 students and engaged hundreds of CGI volunteers.

The STEM Camps are the flagship program of STEM@CGI, a global programme that aims to train and mentor young people for STEM careers. It strives to provide experiences that inspire students with the drive to learn for a bright future in the digital workforce. STEM@CGI focuses on students in demographics that are underrepresented in STEM fields, including women, students from ethnic minorities and low-income families.

CGI STEM Camp courses include topics in computer coding, computer building, physical computing, Internet of Things, music creation, data analytics, business consulting, interviewing and smart cities.

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