We primarily teach kids in 3rd-12th grade. We will have some parent/student classes and possibly a few all adult classes in the future.
Learning to code develops a variety of skills. Coding teaches computational and logical thinking, creativity and experimentation, teamwork, and effective communication. Learning to code builds confidence in a digitial world.
Most of our classes will be free. However, there will be a registration fee for our longer workshops. The registration fee will include lunch and a t-shirt or other item. Prizes will also be given away to contest winners.
No, all work will be completed in class.
Our focus is to teach STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) concepts, but we will incorporate other important life skills such as financial literacy and professional etiquette.
No, devices will be provided.
There will be some classes where parent participation is required/encouraged, especially for younger students who may need assistance. Most classes will not need parent interaction.
It is hard to say because there are thousands of IT jobs. According to NACE, starting salaries for Information Systems graduates with a bachelor's and/or master's degree are higher than typical business majors. With a bachelor's degree, average pay is around $57,817, while a master's degree is around $67,632. Depending on the job title, it could be higher.
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