For the last 6 months, Coded by Kids instructors have had the honor of leading students through the early stages of a future career in technology by way of the CbK CommonSpace Program at Marian Anderson Recreation Center. Students have learned HTML and CSS and used those skills to create their own website projects. It's finally time to see, share and celebrate the results of the dedication shown by all parties involved: students, instructors, mentors, and parents alike!
If you are parent or program partner, this event is a great opportunity to see what projects students have been working on during the course. Students will also have the opportunity to look at other projects that students in other sessions have been working on. Laptop stations will be available for everyone to showcase their projects to their parents and others attending the event.
The showcase is absolutely free to attend! Refreshments will be provided.
About CBK CommonSpace: The CBK CommonSpace program is made possible through generous support from the Kopelman Foundation. CBK CommonSpace is a Coded by Kids program that delivers high-quality youth tech education in recreation centers and other community spaces.