Color Coded Kids (CCK) is an interactive, educational and fun classroom designed to teach elementary and middle school children the fundamentals of computer programming. In this classroom setting, kids will learn how to write code, understand definitions and behaviors of code values and create their own video games. The classroom will be led by instructors from leading corporations in the region. By the end of this 12-week journey, your child will become a certified CODEt!
Click here to register (St. Louis): https://www.colorcodedkids.com/become-a-codet/
Click here to register (Houston): https://www.colorcodedkids.com/register-to-become-a-codet-houston/
Click here to register (Arlington, VA): https://www.colorcodedkids.com/register-to-become-a-codet-arlington-va/
WHAT IS CODING?
CCK was established in 2016, designed for elementary and middle school kids to develop, nurture, and create an early interest in the technology sector. This classroom setting focuses on the fundamentals of programming while ensuring the environment is interactive, educational and fun. CCK helps kids to develop a love for technology at an early age to ultimately increase the talent pool of qualified candidates in technology related careers.
Vision: To be the leading computer programming classroom designed for children around the globe.
Mission: To educate, inspire and empower children to pursue technology and computer programming in an engaging, interactive and simulation based environment. The program is offered to children, regardless of income, to ultimately influence their career path.
Target Audiences: Elementary and middle school students with the desire to learn computer programming fundamentals. High school students interested in app development.
Respect – everyone is respected
Enthusiasm – environment of high energy and enthusiasm
Attitude – positive forward-thinking attitude
Client Satisfaction – is the foundation for growth
Honesty and Integrity – essential in order for the business to thrive
Classes are now held in Florissant, MO, St. Louis, MO, Arlington, VA and Houston, TX.