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SPONSORS

Thank you for considering donating to coding made accessible. We rely on sponsors to support and expand our activities.
Coding made accessible is a 501 (C) (3) non profit organization. All donations are tax deductible as per IRS regulations.

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Do you represent or work for corporation? Do you run or work for a Non profit organization? Are you an Individual interested in funding education? Please join hands in funding a TIER 1 school

OUR SPONSORS

2000 SCHOOLS CHALLENGE

Coding Made Accessible took up the challenge of reaching out to 2000 schools across USA by December 2021.

Take a look at what coding made accessible does to educate under privileged children. Here you will find our course offering details

WORKSHOPS AND CURRICULUM

We offer a one introductory workshop and/or a 4 week course for a schedule that fits your school/organizations calendar

Due to COVID 19 situation all classes are online

Website Development

We will introduce you to the fundamental building blocks of website development. We will make sure you will leave this course having developed your very first website

Register for Website Development

Online Spread Sheets

Google sheets is a spread sheet application on steroids. We will introduce you to creating, formatting, adding calculations, sharing, protecting and moving your data. We will make sure you leave this course having developed your first google spreadsheet.

Register for Google Spread Sheets

SCRATCH

Learn to SCRATCH. It is easy because as the young coder needs to do is to drag and drop the blocks. As students create with scratch, they learn to think creatively, work collaboratively and reason systematically. Come join the fun.

Register for Scratch

PYTHON PROGRAMMING

PYTHON is a powerful general purpose programming language. It is used in web development, data science. PYTHON was designed for readability and has some similarities to English language. By the end of this course you will write your first basic PYTHON program.

Register for PYTHON
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