Apple teams up with Boys & Girls Clubs of America to teach kids how to code

Apple announces that it teams up with Boys & Girls Clubs of America to promote coding for children.

In celebration of Computer Science Education Week, Apple and Boys & Girls Clubs of America today launched a new program that will bring coding to Boys & Girls Clubs in more than a dozen US cities. This new collaboration will bring coding with Swift to tens of thousands of students across the country, building on Apple’s existing partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of America through the company’s Community Education Initiative in support of its Racial Equity and Justice Initiative.

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Program will gradually launch in select US locations.

The program will initially launch in 10 new regions, including Atlanta; Austin, Texas; metro D.C.; Miami-Dade County, Florida; Wake County, North Carolina; and Silicon Valley, with the goal of expanding coding opportunities to clubs nationwide. Programming has already launched in Atlantic City, New Jersey; Chicago; Detroit; Nashville, Tennessee; and Newark, New Jersey, where engagement will continue to expand.

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Apple Newsroom: Apple, Boys & Girls Clubs team up to offer coding opportunities to kids, teens

Reference: Apple Partners With Boys & Girls Clubs to Provide Tens of Thousands of Kids With Opportunity to Learn How to Code, Apple partners with Boys & Girls Clubs of America to expand ‘Everyone Can Code’ curriculum