High School Girls Can Learn how to Code & Help Local Non-Profits

Calling all high school girls! Become a Random Hacks of Kindness Jr. Mentor (kids coding for a cause). No prior coding experience required! Learn more about this innovative, philanthropic organization here.

The vision is simple: everyone, anywhere, should have the tools to change the world at their fingertips. With a few basics you will be able to help kids create prototype apps for local non-profits and show the 4th - 8th grade kids at the event that High School Girls know how to code.

Grab some friends and join our Intro to MIT App Inventor Class at the Ridgefield Library to learn how to design and create apps for a better world! 

Sign up HERE.

  • Training will take place on September 22nd or September 29th from 6:30-8:00 in the Library Tech Center.
  • Mentors are needed for Saturday, December 5, 2015 @ Ridgefield Library Ridgefield, CT 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
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