A Workshop for Foster, Adoptive, and Relative Youth

LEARN TO CODE

LEARN TO CODE is a workshop for young people ages 12 to 16* who have foster, adoptive, or relative families. The kids who attend will learn how to code their own program with the guidance of experts. They will leave having learned the basics of software programming. They’ll also leave with a special surprise that will enable continued learning and success long after the workshop ends.

LEARN TO CODE is on April 27, 2019. The workshop is FREE and limited to 15 students. Spaces are likely to fill up fast. Parents can get all the details and register at Eventbrite.

Please share this news with your foster, adoptive or relative families and think about young people you know who may be interested. Make sure they know about this opportunity. Send a personal email, send an invitation directly from Eventbrite, or share this Facebook post from the Many Lights page.

Thank you to our generous sponsors, West Monroe Partners, QBSi, and BECU, for making this opportunity available to our community.


*On April 12, any open seats will be made available to 17 and 18-year-olds. Pre-register at our Eventbrite page.