Youth Code Jams are free events for students 7 – 17 that makes coding fun, sociable and accessible.
But more than that – we encourage parents to sit side by side with their children, elbow deep in a shared activity. In this ways, families develop stronger ties and improve communication between parent and child as they engage together in learning new skills. All while building the pipeline of talent for our future workforce.
In short, we help connect the dots for students and parents from playing online to creating online to real world jobs.
On January 25, 2017, UT-Austin announced that WeTeach_CS had received a $5 million grant from the Texas Education Agency (TEA) to provide professional development to computer science teachers around the state and to help increase […]
Many schools are participating in the Hour of Code this week, but #CSEdWeek lasts all week long. So how do you extend the learning at home…especially if parents don’t know how to code? San Antonio’s […]
by Danielle Salinas, Youth Code Jam intern
This summer, Youth Code Jam held a drone camp for middle and high school NEISD students. The 17 lucky students that attended this camp received hands on experience with CoDrone, the […]