Saturday, December 17, 2016

Charity Navigator Staff Talks to Kids About Coding


Computer Science Education Week is an annual program that helps inspire K-12 students to take interest in computer science. This year's CSEdWeek ran from December 5 - 11. Two of Charity Navigator's own staff, Matt Dragon (Senior Software Engineer) and Minyong Cho (Front End Web Developer) took part, last week, by talking about careers in the programming field with kids at local middle school. Matt and Minyong also discussed with the students how the skills developed while learning how to code can translate into many other parts of life, even if they don't become a programmer.



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