There are already so many barriers to learning how to code -- money should not be one of them. At codeConnects we’re dedicated to ensuring all students have access to coding education. For students with financial need, please apply for financial assistance on the registration form.
Your student is matched with a professional software engineer or university student majoring in computer science. The pair meet for weekly, face-to-face coding lessons via video chat and collaborative editing tools. With lessons integrating collaborative editing tools, students also learn to navigate sophisticated software environments used by industry professionals.
Throughout the year, your child is inspired by meeting with professional software engineers working in fields across the board from healthcare to finance; aerospace to architecture. Students will gain an inside peek of what it’s like to work at companies like JPL, Xbox, Spotify, Goldman Sachs, Spectrum Health and more. In addition, they’ll get tips on college and career paths and gain invaluable resources and contacts for their futures.
Get a taste of building a mini mobile app, deciphering cybersecurity code or creating a musical composition simply by writing lines of code. Our workshops are designed to excite your child with all the vast ways code is used and also help them explore areas they may want to pursue further.
We believe it is critical that students not only learn how to code but also learn real-world applications for their coding skills.
Students begin by learning the the basic coding concepts fundamental to all programming languages and then personalize their coding experience by choosing a specialized curriculum path that interests them most.
Because technology is disrupting all traditional industries, we are exposing our students to the intersection of technology and industries across the board . . . music and technology; finance and technology; and healthcare and technology.
We’re providing the platform for students to turn their ideas into functioning products they can publicly promote or showcase to college admission officers.
To ensure the highest quality and engagement, our curriculum development team consists of software engineers from SpaceX, Microsoft, Spotify, Stanford, Harvard & MIT