What is Fuse? Fuse is the Cardinal Health innovation lab the focuses on creating the future of health and wellness. Located in Dublin, Ohio, just a short distance from the Cardinal Health global headquarters, Fuse is a unique, creative environment geared toward solving healthcare problems through innovation and technology. What is the Fuse Code Camp and who should attend? The Fuse Code Camp is an event open to any middle and high school students interested in learning more about coding and getting hands on experience with actual projects. When is the Fuse Code Camp? Friday, May 3rd from 5 – 7 pm and Saturday, May 4th from 8 am – 5 pm How much does it cost to attend the Fuse Code Camp? The event is free but we do ask that you donate to a charity instead. What if I sign up but later need to cancel? You can cancel your registration but we do ask that you let us know as soon as possible so that we can make the spot available to another participant. What is the Fuse Code Camp agenda? Friday evening from 5 – 7 pm is the Meet & Greet event where students and their parents can meet the coaches, hear from Fuse speakers, learn more about their projects and prepare for the camp. Saturday from 8 am – 5 pm students will have a full day of camp, coding and fun! Are students required to be at Fuse both Friday and Saturday? Students are highly encouraged to attend both days’ events to get the most out of their Code Camp experience Are the parents required to be at Fuse both Friday and Saturday? Parents are highly encouraged to attend the Friday evening event from 5 – 7 pm with their student. If the parents and students cannot stay the full two hours due to schedule limitations, they can stay for part of the time. Students will not be allowed into the Fuse building without a parent or guardian checking them in, unless the students are 18 years of age or older. Students are allowed to be dropped off or picked up by parent/guardian-designated adults if the parent or guardian cannot attend. Where is the Fuse Code Camp? At the Fuse building located at 4305 W. Dublin-Granville Rd., Dublin, OH 43017 I've never coded before... is this still for me? Yes, we welcome students of all skill levels. Be sure to choose a project that best fits your skill level so that you get the most out of your learning experience. What if I want to sit with my friends? If you want to spend the day coding next to your friends, be sure you all sign up for the same project. If you choose different projects, that’s ok, you’ll still have plenty of time to see your friends throughout the day at breaks and during mealtimes. What do I need to bring? Each project has a list of requirements. You will need to bring a laptop with the requirements pre-installed before Saturday’s camp. Coaches will be on hand to help Friday evening if you need it. Will meals be provided? Yes, there will be dinner during the Friday evening event and breakfast, lunch and snacks during the Saturday event. What if I have dietary restrictions? We will provide nut free and gluten free meal and snack options. If you have additional dietary restrictions, you may want to consider bringing your lunch or snacks to camp. Why do I need to submit my t-shirt size? Students will receive a Fuse Code Camp t-shirt to wear during the camp on Saturday. The shirt sizes are unisex adult sizes. Do my parents need to sign a form for me to attend? Yes, parents will need to electronically sign the permission form/waiver at the time of registration. Students will not be allowed to participate unless the waiver is signed. Where do we park? You may park in the spaces surrounding and behind the Fuse building. Can I show my parents my project? Yes, you will have time to showcase your work at 4 pm on Saturday. Parents are encouraged to return to Fuse at 4 pm to see their students’ work.