Drs. Jeffry Babb, Nesrin Bakir, and Sean Humpherys ran a summer coding camp for students in the Upward Bound and Upward Bound Math and Science programs in June 2017. The goals of the summer camp were to help students develop their coding skills, build their confidence in those skills, and spark their interest in information technology fields. During the three-week camp, students learned the basics of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to build websites and applications; created video games using GameMaker Studio; and developed mobile applications using MIT’s AppInventor software. The students enjoyed the interactive, hands-on, and fun curriculum during the camp. This summer program was possible via the generosity of a WT Foundation grant which allowed the hiring of four CIS students to assist with the camp. Overall, the summer camp was a successful event. The CIS faculty look forward to further collaboration with college-bound students in Panhandle schools and beyond.