Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Free Coding Classes Offered At Loyola For 6-12th Grade Students

This is not in Uptown, but it may be of interest to students living here:
"The Center for Textual Studies & Digital Humanities is proud to launch the first Girls Who Code chapter at Loyola University Chicago.

Girls Who Code clubs ( offer FREE classes in coding to 6th - 12th grade students at Loyola University Chicago’s Lake Shore campus.

Classes will be held Saturday mornings from 10am to noon, from October 7, and run until December 16. Admission is now open: Students or their parents/guardians can register by filling out the below form
WHO IS GIRLS WHO CODE FOR? Any student studying in 6th to 12th grades is welcome to apply. No coding experience is necessary! We will supply all materials. You just need to get to the Loyola campus on Saturday mornings. Students who attend must commit to being at 80% of our meetings to retain their membership. Meetings will be held Every Saturday starting October 7th until Dec 16th 2017. (Food will be provided)

  • Project-based computer science - Students learn core concepts through projects based on their interests, such as music, art, or games.
  • Sisterhood - Students join our supportive and diverse #squad of amazing girls!
  • Role Models - Students meet female engineers at the world’s leading companies."
You can find out more about Girls Who Code at its website.

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