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December 9th @ 3:30pm

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Join us on December 9th for a 2-hour session (grades 2-8) of coding and computer science!

The event will be from 3:30pm – 5:30pm

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Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek) is an annual program dedicated to inspiring students of all ages to take interest in computer science, and it is right around the corner!

CSEdWeek is from December 4th – December 10th!

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Space is limited to the first 16 students!

Reserve their spot today!

(online or in person)

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Computer Science job openings are projected to multiply in the coming years:

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As the world becomes increasingly digitalized, companies from every industry need the proper technical infrastructure to support their business.

Computer Science salaries are more than twice the national average:

The exciting truth is that the median annual salary for computer and information technology occupations in 2015 was $81,430 (according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics). That's more than double the national average for all occupations, which was $36,200.

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Join us on December 10th for coding/game design and computer science!

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Date & Time

Saturday, December 9th

2 hour long event from 3:30pm to 5:30pm

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Grades

For students in grades 2-8

Why you should attend the Hour of Code event at Tip-Top Brain:

Students will have TWO hours of coding/game design & learning! Other hosts are only one hour long.

We have a 1:10 teacher to student ratio, compared to big companies (e.g. Apple Store) who will just get as many students in the door as possible with limited student supervision/guidance.

Our students will not only learn coding/game design, but also learn about basic terminology, the computer science field itself, and what career possibilities are out there! No other host is offering this teaching component.

Our students will be guided by instructors with extensive computer knowledge and/or specialized in computer science, compared to others who will just hire an extra set of employees to manage a high volume of kids.

Our students will be learning in a kid-friendly and quiet environment, not a busy and/or noisy store or center.

Finally, our students have the potential to continue learning coding/game design throughout the year, and not have to wait until next year for the next hour of code event!

Hour of Code @ Tip-Top Brain

$19.00

Join us on December 9th, where students (grades 2-8) will engage in a 2-hour session of coding and game design of their choice, as well as learn about the basics and potential career paths in computer science!

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