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Four Reasons More Parents Are Sending Their Children to Summer Coding Camp

Published on May 8, 2019
Every year, parents face hard choices when deciding what activities their child should engage in during the summer.  There are so many classes, groups, camps, and other educational opportunities available that it can be hard to narrow the list down.  Yet, more and more parents are choosing to send their children to summer coding camp […]
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Video Game Programming Is the Perfect Way for Kids to Learn Coding

Published on May 5, 2019
We are living in a time of great change, and it can be difficult for a parent to know which skills they should encourage their children to embrace.  It's easy to say, "follow your heart," but the reality is that many career skillsets are on a downswing and are likely to become less and less valued […]
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Four Big Reasons Why Kids Should Learn to Program

Published on May 4, 2019
What's the most valuable single real-world skill a child could learn, one which would serve them well outside of school - into college and into their careers?  There are a lot of potential answers, but it's hard to think of a better answer than programming! Computer programming is an incredibly useful skill for anyone to have, and […]
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Why You Should Send Your Child to Computer Coding Camp This Summer

Published on May 1, 2019
Does your child love playing video games?  Do they have an interest in technology like computers or smartphones?  Have they shown an interest in STEM disciplines or future-focused areas like robotics and AI?  If so, computer coding camp could be the perfect summer activity for them! In these 1-2-week courses, with options for every skill […]
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Past Interview from THE LONDON FREE PRESS :Video Game Camp Expanding

Published on March 24, 2019
By Christopher Clark THE LONDON FREE PRESS Monday, March 8, 2010 In a battle for the hearts and minds, video games have a hold on kids that sometimes seems impossible to break. Summer camps sometimes do the trick, getting kids off the couch to a place where there may or may not even be a […]
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Past Interview from WINNIPEG FREE PRESS: "Camp’s ‘programs’ attract young fans"

Published on March 17, 2019
Summer computer students learn to design software By Leah Janzen WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Thursday, July 3, 1997 Like many kids, 12-year-old Adam Tsouras is going to camp this summer, but he won’t be tying knots or learning about archery. His days will be full of stuff like megabytes, microchips, and mainframes, not sing-songs, campfires and […]
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