Every month we’re picking an awesome non-profit to support – this month it’s the Child Development Division of Community Bridges – a non-profit dedicated to providing nurturing and affordable early education for kids under the age of five with working parents. If you have a recommendation for next time, let us know here.
“Through positive guidance, dynamic curriculum, and a bilingual program, They create a foundation for children’s healthy development and school readiness. They work with children to foster: a love of learning; literacy and numeracy skills, social and emotional development; curiosity, exploration and creativity; cooperation and collaboration; problem solving skills; and respect for self, family, community and the environment.”
Computer Science Board Games: Our team will dedicate 2 tables to a series of board games focused on teaching younger students key Computer Science concepts through play.
This event is designed for students that are 8+
Our Education Team works with several local schools ranging from Pacific Collegiate School on the Westside, Brook Knoll School in Scotts Valley, and even as far as Bradley Elementary School in Pajaro Valley.
All of our educators must pass background checks and training necessary to work with students. Our students’ safety is priority #1 for our team!
All parents are required to provide emergency contact and food allergy information upon sign up.
181 Walnut Ave,
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
“The hands on approach using both a create then immediate feedback platform and highly motivated instructors was high impact. She loves the class and has learned an amazing amount @ the same time.”
– Curt Aubley
The team at Code Naturally gives her 1:1 help so she can go at her own pace. But the most important thing is the Code Naturally team is making coding fun so my daughter has an affinity and interest in applied science.
“It is a great environment where kids can work at their own pace with hands on instructions. But the best part is the kids learn to work together and encourage and share with each other. ”
– Todd Hager