Kids 4 Coding is encouraging the next generation of creators and innovators, with kids learning to code as young as kindergarten — and it’s bringing its classes to Gwinnett Technical College. Rising 2nd- 8th grade students can learn to be creators and innovators during week-long camps held on the college campus June 1 – July 31.
Interested? Here’s the details:
The average class ratio is 9:1. Instructors are certified school teachers, industry professionals or college students majoring in STEM related fields. Co-ed Tech camps will be offered in MinecraftEDU, game design, web design, app development, web development, computer programming, graphic design and electrical engineering. A girl’s class called “Techie Girlz” will be available for children entering grades 3-5.
Camps are designed to be a fun educational, hands-on experience that combines a child’s passion for computers with top instructors and exciting curriculum to create amazing things. All summer tech camps are meant to be enjoyed without any previous experience. Students with intermediate skills will be challenged with more advanced lessons.
Check out the classes offered this summer: