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Coding Groovy Unicorns Summer Camp in Kalispell, Billings, Harlem and Ronan.

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News from Code Girls United

KALISPELL — Code Girls United will be hosting summer camps for girls in grades 4-8 this summer. “Coding Groovy Unicorns” summer camps are designed to be fun and engaging while students learn coding, teamwork, cooperation and gain self-confidence. This class is for girls who are creative and want to learn about computer science in a team setting. In just 12 hours of class, students will learn coding basics, build a binary bracelet and create a game using MIT App Inventor.

Coding Groovy Unicorn Camps will be held in Kalispell, Billings, Ronan and Harlem. Kalispell dates are: July 17-20 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. or 1 – 4 p.m. Registration for Kalispell’s Coding Groovy Unicorns can be completed through Kalispell Parks and Recreation. Dates, times and registration for other camp sites can be accessed through Code Girls United’s website: Don’t wait to register as registration for Kalispell closes on June 30.

Founded in 2016, Code Girls United is a nonprofit organization providing free after-school programming for fourth to eighth-grade girls and tribal high school girls in Montana. Code Girls United’s mission is to: To expand the future career opportunities of 4th – 8th grade girls through hands-on experiences in coding, technology, and business. Through the program, in addition to computer science and basic business skills, girls develop skills such as team building, public speaking, presentation skills and self-confidence. 

The program serves more than 400 students and has offered 36 scholarships to date. “We are always encouraging additional students to get involved. Please feel welcome to reach out with questions about the competition or enrollment this coming school year.” 

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