The iCode+ program is designed to provide hands on basic computer literacy training and computer programming training to youth ages 16 to 29 years old in the Black and minority communities; with the purpose of building their minds, knowledge and skills while encouraging participation in higher education and equipping them for the possibility of gaining employment or pursuing entrepreneurship.
Through iCode+, the BBPA aims to ensure that the benefits of technology-based learning are extended to disadvantaged communities as well. While most students may have access to good computer equipment that allows them to learn technologies at their schools, many of them lack access to these at their homes or in community settings.
- The course meets for 2 classes per week, for 4 weeks.
- Class is held Tuesdays at 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM EST.
- Each class is 60 minutes.
- All classes are held on Zoom, a web-conferencing platform. A built-in camera and microphone are required.
30 students; minimum enrollment is 10 students.
This course is free for all BBPA Members. The course costs $45 for non-Members.
Geared towards youth ages 16 to 29, interested in computer programming .
Zoom. Information regarding how to join will be provided after the registration is complete.
To enroll, please sign up below. A confirmation email will be sent to you.
We will also reach out directly to enrolled attendees as we get closer to the start date.