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Newburgh Coding Club

Newburgh Coding Club

Jump start a career in technology by joining our coding club!

About Newburgh Coding Club:

This youth leadership and development program, formerly known as Newburgh Girls Code Club, is designed to provide STEAM learning opportunities for students ages 9-13. Based on the Girls Who Code curriculum, students build lasting friendships, explore coding tutorials, identify community issues that matter to us, and design real solutions to address them through code.

YOU are the next generation of coders who will make an impact. In this club, you will learn:

  • From professional coding mentors 
  • The basics of computer science and what a computer scientist does
  • How to write code in different languages, using Scratch, Python, HTML / CSS, JavaScript
  • About unconventional career paths for coders & programmers
  • How to amplify your voice and share your coding stories with other young coders
  • Different coding roles, like Designer, Problem Solver, and Coder

How can I join Newburgh Coding Club?

Our Spring 2023 cohort is in full swing and no longer accepting new students. But our summer intensive camp will begin on July 10!

Newburgh Coding Camp Summer 2023

In this half day camp, coding club alumni and students with some previous coding experience will build professional, sustainable websites using HTML, CSS, Javascript & Scratch. Open to students ages 9-14. 

This program will run on weekdays from 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. for two weeks (July 10 – 21). Please bring a water bottle and a bagged lunch if you’d like. NECSD also provides small breakfast and lunch items in the library’s lobby throughout the summer for all students. 

Interested in joining, but not right now? Complete the form below and we will reach out to you when our next session is in the works.

NGCC is hosted by the Newburgh Free Library and facilitated by OpenHub. This program is made possible with support from the Rowley Family Foundation Fund for Women & Children and supported by the Girls Who Code curriculum.

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