July 5, 2016

Charleston Digital Corridor Launching After-School CODEcamp

Deanna Pan  /  Post and Courier

Starting this fall, the Charleston Digital Corridor will take its popular web development courses into middle school classrooms in hopes of encouraging more students to pursue careers in computer science.

CODEcamp After School will teach kids web development fundamentals, such as how to build a simple website using HTML and CSS, the web's basic languages, through hands-on projects. The Digital Corridor plans to pilot the program in at least two local middle schools, depending on principal buy-in, before expanding it across the Lowcountry. Read More