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WAXHAW, N.C. - Coding is one of the most in-demand skills for jobs right now but there are far 'fewer' women in computer science jobs than men. In this class, it's no boys allowed. This all-girls coding camp is a new idea for Waxhaw kid coders which teaches programming skills like creating animations and games with a female instructor.
Parents with kids bitten by the computer programming bug may be mystified as to where to start to encourage their child’s love for technology. Ken Adelglass, a dad and career computer programmer, was faced with that very issue when his then 12 year old son, Jack, asked him to show him how to code. What Ken discovered was that there were no classes in the area geared toward kids learning code, so he knew there was a void in the marketplace where there was a need. It didn’t take long for the idea for Waxhaw Kid Coders to sprout.
Some of the highest-paying jobs in the country are going unfilled, because not enough college graduates possess the skills to fill them. Computer programming jobs are growing two times the national average and in North Carolina there’s more than 18,000 vacant positions.
Carolina Kid Coders was created for kids and teens who love technology, enjoy tinkering, and have a burning curiosity for figuring out how things work! Call today to find out how to get your kid plugged into one of our innovative programs.
5910 Waxhaw Highway, Suite C, Mineral Springs, NC 28108