On December 11th, 2014, the CommunityCode Team, along with volunteers from the University of Florida, Santa Fe College, and numerous local businesses, came together to introduce more than 900 students from Eastside High School to opportunities in the field of computer science. Through a series of online activities, speaker presentations, and tabling efforts, students were provided with a wide variety of information which discussed pathways and opportunities for their futures.
To read more about the event, please click the link provided below:
After lots of hard work, we’re happy to announce our new site. Complete with the ability to sign up for future events and see what we’re up to. Let us know what you think in the comments below! We hope you like it!
In the Summer of 2014, through a unique combination of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) curricula, over 120 students in Greenville, SC were able to learn IT fundamentals, life skills, and the history and sounds of the Motown Era during the first ever i-STEAM Experience.
After 8 weeks where students engaged in classes covering game design, animation, and musical production principles, and participated in Finance, Health and Communication Seminars with local professionals, the summer camp concluded with the ‘Motown Sound’ Theater Performance and a Student Final Project Showcase which united generations of students, parents, and grandparents in a community-wide event.
Thank you to all of our partners and supporters for their roles in helping to make this summer a success!
To read more about the i-STEAM Experience, please open the link to the article below:
Congratulations to Aquavion Berry, Deshawn Logan, Alexis Baldwin, and Kyndal Thurman of the Phillis Wheatley Community Center, whom were voted by their peers from summer camp as our 2014 Outstanding Computer Scientist Award Winners!