Free Coding Classes from Code in the Community for the Under Privilege



Free Coding Classes for the Masses



Code in the Community, a Google-sponsored initiative will be hosting free coding classes to children from low-income families, teaching them basic coding skills and inspiring them. 


It’s an 8-week Scratch and Python courses that will build the foundation for coding. Those who graduated from Level 1 Fpundarions classes, including CIT. classes held in 2017-2019 qualifies for Level 2 course. 


The following courses are available for registration.
Level 1 Scratch (8-12 years)
Level 2 Scratch (13-16 years old) 

Level 1 Python ( 8-12 years old) 
Level 2 Python (13-16 years old ) 

Classes will be held from 1st Feb to 22 March 


If you have a child age 8 to 16 and want to introduce them to coding. Sign up for this class at the link

To qualify you to have to fulfil the following conditions.

  • Aged 8 to 16 years old 
  • Currently a low family-income beneficiary at CDAC/EA/SINDA/Yayasan Mendaki, or
  • Currently under MOE Financial Aid Scheme (FAS), or
  • Currently holds a Blue or Orange CHAS card, or
  • Currently a beneficiary of the MOE Edusave Merit Bursary, or
  • Currently a beneficiary of any other government scheme for low-income families (including but not limited to ComCare, NeuPC etc.)
For more information about eligibility, contact Code in the Community at citc@saturdaykids.com

( source: codeinthecommunity)

Sign up closes on 14 Jan. 

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