Your Kids Can Learn to Code This Summer: Check Out Chicago's Codeverse! by Francielle Daly

Tech
4 months ago
Your Kids Can Learn to Code This Summer: Check Out Chicago's Codeverse!

Notable power couple in the Chicago tech community, Katy Lynch and Craig Ulliott, have launched a robust platform and curriculum – as well as coding schools – that teach kids how to code! The company is called Codeverse, and the first school opens in Chicago's Lincoln Park in July 2017.

The beautiful, state-of-the-art 3,000-square-foot coding facility features cutting-edge gadgets - including drones, robotic arms, a 20-foot TV wall, lasers, color-changing lights and fog machines. Kids can use the Codeverse technology to be able to program ANY of these gadgets within the space! Cool, huh?!

Codeverse has after-school and weekend programs as well as a summer camp open to 6- to 12-year-olds. To reserve a seat at Codeverse, visit codeverse.com!

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