Teaching Kids How to Code (Trenton Housing Authority)

Date Published: 
August 8th, 2019

From TrentonDaily:

The African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey (AACCNJ) in partnership with Bristol Myers Squibb, Change Church and the Trenton Housing Authority is pleased to launch a comprehensive Saturday Academy, STEM education program titled NJ-Kids4Coding. STEM instructors will partner to teach, and test up-to 60 students on coding applications and ways to apply their new talents in today’s workplace. The Saturday sessions began on July 13th and will conclude on August 17th.

NJ-Kids4Coding will teach 9-12 year old students how to code and prepare students to excel in computer science. The participating students will be in four cohorts of 15 students each 9-10 years old and 11-12 years old. Saturday sessions are conducted at Change Church in Ewing, NJ. The students will experience 90 minutes of intense instruction on the latest techniques to improve their understanding and proficiency in Coding and Game Design.

Read TrentonDaily's article "Teaching Kids How to Code," featuring the Trenton Housing Authority. 

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