Kids and Coding

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Why should my child learn how to code?

Coding is a valuable skill to learn as it teaches not only how to make programs but how to collaborate with others, persevere, be detail oriented, problem solve and much more! Even if your child doesn’t pursue fields like computer science, coding teaches invaluable skills that can serve them for the rest of his or her life.

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Are there jobs in technology?

As technology grows, the need for specialized skills increases. For example, in the state of Utah, there are more technology jobs available than there are employees to fill them.1 Programmers, engineers, and designers are always in demand (and are often known to receive rather handsome paychecks, we might add.)2,3,4 In technology, there will always be work!

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Is my child too young to learn to code?

In many ways, coding is like a spoken language and a new way of thinking. The earlier a child starts, the more likely the skills of programming will be solidified. It is never too early to code! Our programs cater to students starting at age 8.

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Is coding just for boys?

Not at all! There are many incredible female coders. From programming video games to advancing computer technology, girls can look to Rebecca Heineman, Grace Hopper, Marlyn Meltzer, Betty Holberton and many others for inspiration! Every kid can learn to do incredible work coding!

What are you waiting for?

CodeChangers offers three opportunities for kids to get involved in computer programming and technology - summer camps, after school programs and an online learning platform. Sign up today and start learning an invaluable skill that will help you in your future success!

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References

  1. Nielsen, L. Utah’s Tech Industry is No. 1 Fastest-Growing, But There are ‘Rain Clouds Ahead.’ KSL website. Link to Article May 1, 2018. Accessed January 14, 2019.
  2. Glassdoor. UI Designer Salaries in United States. Glassdoor website. Link to Article Updated January 9, 2019. Accessed January 14, 2019.
  3. Glassdoor. Software Engineer Salaries in United States. Glassdoor website. Link to Article Updated January 13, 2019. Accessed January 14, 2019.
  4. Glassdoor. Electric Engineer Salaries in United States. Glassdoor website. Link to Article Updated January 13, 2019.Accessed January 14, 2019.