Byte Me! – Coding Club for Beginners (Registration Over!!)

Byte Me! – Coding Club for Beginners (Registration Over!!)

Calling all Middle and High School  students to join this fun, educational coding club at the North Cobb Regional Library. Using Scratch, a visual programming language developed by MIT Media Lab, participants will be taught how to code from the

Byte Me! – Coding Club for Beginners (Registration Over!!)

Byte Me! – Coding Club for Beginners (Registration Over!!)

Calling all Middle and High School  students to join this fun, educational coding club at the North Cobb Regional Library. Using Scratch, a visual programming language developed by MIT Media Lab, participants will be taught how to code from the

Byte Me! – Coding Club for Beginners (Registration Over!!)

Byte Me! – Coding Club for Beginners (Registration Over!!)

Calling all Middle and High School  students to join this fun, educational coding club at the North Cobb Regional Library. Using Scratch, a visual programming language developed by MIT Media Lab, participants will be taught how to code from the

Byte Me! – Coding Club for Beginners (Registration Over!!)

Byte Me! – Coding Club for Beginners (Registration Over!!)

Calling all Middle and High School  students to join this fun, educational coding club at the North Cobb Regional Library. Using Scratch, a visual programming language developed by MIT Media Lab, participants will be taught how to code from the

GEMS Presents: Beginner Coding for Girls @ Kennesaw (ages 10-14)

GEMS Presents: Beginner Coding for Girls @ Kennesaw (ages 10-14)

Girls aged 10-14 years old are invited to explore the world of coding at Kennesaw Library with Carrington Parks. Carrington is a STEM Magnet student at Kennesaw Mountain High School, a longstanding participant of Cobb County Library’s GEMS (Girls in Engineering, Math,

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