Resources: Learn to Code

There are so many great resources out there that can teach you how to move beyond consuming what somebody else made to creating your own, cool stuff. In this curated list, you’ll find some of our favorite websites that teach programming (mostly free!), as well as summer camps, school-based clubs, coding bootcamps and university programs. San Antonio has it all!

scratch.mit.edu

madewithcode.com

goggles.webmaker.org/

code.org

gamestarmechanic.com

twolivesleft.com/CargoBot/

tynker.com/hour-of-code/

kodugamelab.com/about

gethopscotch.com/

codecombat.com/

jsdares.com/

puzzleschool.com/puzzles/code

appinventor.mit.edu

kodable.com/

light-bot.com/

thimble.webmaker.org/

codecademy.com/

kidsruby.com/

codeavengers.com/

w3schools.com/

www.codeschool.com

San Antonio On-the-Ground Resources: Coding to College and Real World Jobs

School-based

CyberPatriots (high school cybersecurity competition)

CyberStar (middle school cybersecurity competition)

SA Best Robotics

AlamoFIRST Robotics

Coding Clubs

UIL (computer science competition)

Community-based

San Antonio Youth Code Jam (elementary through high school)

Schools Out Hackathon (middle to high school)

Geekbus (mobile maker space)

Summer Programming Camps

Youth Code Jam (sign up for early details here)

Hallmark University Summer Intensive

UTSA

St. Mary’s University

IDTech

Alamo Colleges Cyber Defenders Camp

Certification

codeup.com

theironyard.com

opencloudacademy.rackspace.com

webtegrity.com

Community College Programs

Alamo Colleges

Two- to Four-Year Degrees

UTSA Institute for Cybersecurity

Hallmark University

St. Mary’s University

Our Lady of the Lake

Trinity

University of the Incarnate Word