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LACK OF EXPOSURE = MISSED OPPORTUNITIES
Inequities exist in STEM education & careers. The vast majority of K-12 schools do not teach Computer Science (CS). Females and some minorities have minimal exposure to CS courses, and technology careers. Code Super Powers (CSP) provides technology scholarships for underserved youth.
Students learn to be creators of technology, not just consumers. CSP is significantly increasing the number of underserved kids in robust STEM programs, with emphasis on grades K-12.
CSP works with districts, schools, teachers, and students to provide STEM curriculum, school-specific data, mentors and tuition grants. Activities include Animation, 3D Video Game Design, Mobile App and Web Development, Drone Flight Programming, cybersecurity and much more. Together we can give all youth opportunities to become future innovators.
It's no secret technology is revolutionizing every industry. 21st Century STEM incorporates fun teaching methods, that are relevant in today's tech-driven world.
As a computer science hub, Code Super Powers provides professional development training for elementary, middle and high school educators. No experience is necessary to bring the excitement of coding to your classrooms!
Code Super Powers is your partner in education for fun STEM and coding enrichment. We provide simplified logistics, world-class curriculum and instructors with technology degrees and over 20 years of combined technical experience.
To inquire about innovative STEM enrichment that will fulfill your technology needs, leave us a note in the message box at the bottom left of your screen. We embrace possibilities to inspire innovation, while providing tangible opportunities to underserved youth.