Hey, ya’ll – it’s that time of year again. Time for Computer Science Week starting December 7. That means, it’s time for the Hour of Code. And here’s what you want to do: try learning code for just one hour. Really – it’s just not that hard no matter how old or young you are. The […]
We’re excited to announce that Youth Code Jam has been named an SA2020 Partner. What does that mean? According to SA2020, partners are the foundation of our community’s progress – they work every day to make our city better, change people’s lives, and move us closer to reaching the community vision.
We’re working hard behind the […]
Anybody can learn coding – everyone starts somewhere. What’s your dream future? Inventing something cool? Helping the environment? Creating your own business? Whatever it is, chances are that coding can help bring it to life.
From now until December 13, you can join in weekly coding challenges that will help you learn to […]
Yep – you read that right…Plural! There are two upcoming mini maker faires over the next few weeks with lots of makers and tinkerers to enjoy. Free admission…hands on activities…so much to see and do. Don’t miss them! Start this weekend at the downtown library:
And, then, head to Barnes & Noble the first week of […]
Hi, all! We’re getting close to September 26! If you can’t make it, please be sure to email us so we can let someone off the wait list!
If you have your ticket, please take note: we anticipate having over 600 participants at the ESC-20 Frederick Maples Conference Center. Parking will be more difficult than normal, […]
SAY Sí is recruiting high school students on August 17-29 for a new FREE game-design program.
HIVE Students will discover what games are and what they can be, tell stories through systems and explore new frontiers of communication and video ecology.
A commitment to learning to code
This weekend marks the first-ever Youth Code Jam PopUp with a Purpose.
Earlier last month, San Antonio Youth Code Jam accepted applications from teenagers all around the area who have an interest in learning to code. We also accepted applications from nonprofits who were in need of a mobile-responsive website (now that Google has changed their […]
Technology has transformed the way we do almost everything. And yet – all too often – we resign kids to a use-only mode. Teaching students to create, rather than consume – to understand how technology works, not just how to use it – serves to strengthen a host of lifelong skills like logic, problem solving, […]