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Free After-School Coding Program

Starting Thursday, October 25th, we will be holding a free two-month coding program for youth 5th-8th grade. No experience is needed as High School students will be teaching the programming language Python in a dynamic, fun, and creative way for youth to understand the code that drives games, videos, animations and more.

"Andrei is competent in various approaches teaching computer science. After leading a week-long course on “The Art of Innovation” this summer to middle schoolers, Andrei is excited to extend his teaching to computer science at The CENTER. Outside of computer science, Andrei loves photography, watching movies with copious amounts of popcorn, and playing tennis.”

"David is a passionate guy who’s interested in a wide variety of topics, such as: Portland’s Chinese food scene, Mac vs. PC, and swimming. Having previously run a similar program last year at Findley Elementary School, David is thrilled to bring his experience to a new challenge. He can’t wait to meet and work with you all so he can recycle his best jokes!”

"Nicholas is a senior at Catlin Gabel who is interested in mechanical engineering, computer science, robotics, and cooking crêpes. He is an intellectual at heart, and he loves sharing his passions with others."

Earlier Event: October 17
Writing for Resistance! A Panel Discussion
Later Event: October 27
KB's Poise Parlor Project