Coderdojo Kearney  

February 14, 2014
AIM Central Nebraska is offering new and exciting educational programs teaching kids to code. CoderDojo Kearney is a free, volunteer led open source coding club for young people. Participants will learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, and games in an open learning environment. Youth, ages 8-13 will be introduced to computer programming with Scratch. (Note: Kids in this age group must be accompanied by a parent throughout duration of the session) Youth, ages 13-17, will focus mostly on Minecraft. (Parents are welcome.)

CoderDojo emphasizes open source, free software with a global network of members and volunteers from the Kearney community serving as mentors who make development and learning to code a fun, sociable, and enlightening experience. ESU 10 staff volunteers include Jason Everett, Mark Hellman and Nate McClenahan.

The program begins Tuesday, February 18, 2014 and will occur every third Tuesday through May from 6-8 pm at Kearney’s Horizon Middle School in the computer lab.

Space is limited. Register for AIM CoderDojo Kearney online at www.aimforbrilliance.org/coderdojo.  

For more information, please contact:
Lisa Karnatz
Central Nebraska AIM Regional Relationship Manager
PO Box 278
Kearney, NE 68847
308-830-0044
lkarnatz@aimforbrilliance.org
www.aimforbrilliance.org

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