Color Coded Kids

Due to a lack of minority participation in programming, a mom founded an organization looking to prove that’s it’s never too early to engage kids in coding.
Color Coded Kids is a programming enrichment program that serves minority kids from ages 8 to 12 in the St. Louis area. Founder Shay Gillespie believes coding inspire kids to create their own destiny. Coding the future in color!

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am