Coding Classes

Our coding curriculum is a six-week course providing students an interactive overview of the complete full stack of web development.

Students will be trained to contribute to an application actively in production; and in so doing, students will begin creating their own online tech portfolio.

Class sizes can range from 3 to 12 students.

Each class is taught virtually by an instructor.

Classes with four students, or more, will require the use of volunteers and/or a classroom assistant.

3 Students <7 Students <12 Students
3 hours/wk $1000 $1400 $2300
4 hours/wk $1200 $1600 $2600
6 hours/wk $1600 $2000 $3500
6 + n/a $2500 $4200

Prices include an instructor, attendant/volunteers, and the administrative cost of program coordination. Each session will begin with a lesson, followed by hack-time, and conclude with a review.

Instructors $35/hour

Classroom Attendant $30/hour

Admin $30/hours

Three Hours

This program is for organizations wishing to provide coding curriculum to their students one day per week.

Four Hours

This program is for organizations wishing to provide coding curriculum to their students two days per week.

Six Hours

This program is for organizations wishing to provide coding curriculum to their students two to three days per week.

Six Plus

For organizations wishing to provide coding curriculum to their students two to three days per week with two additional days. One day will be for professionals to present their jobs, or for students to take field trips. The other day will be for producing a group civics project/presentation and community conversation, by the program’s end.

Set-up Cost

There is a one-time program set-up cost, between $250 to $1500, depending organization and program size.

A later blog post will provide detailed calculations, and be posted here upon completion.

Contact

For more information, or to schedule a conversation, send us an email or connect on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram!

MnActivist now open for donations

All of ScreamFreely’s accounts are up-to-date, and all future donations will  support the involvement of others.

Donations can be made at MnActivist.org/Donate, where we use DonationBox to manage re-occurring donations. Beneath which, we use Stripe to process donations and transfer the money to our Sunrise Bank account.

David is coordinating the classes we will be teaching high school students at Patrick Henry to program using Python this year. We are  also in conversations to expand our program to youth at the Minneapolis Urban League as well.

The necessary forms to apply for 501c3 status are being completed, after which they will be reviewed by a lawyer and submitted. Upon reception of c3 status, we will begin applying for grants to fund the expansion of our work.

Katie is patiently waiting for us to get these things up and rolling, after which she will take the reins.