Coding with Java Programming Language (Grade 5 to Grade 12)


Coding For Young Minds Community Organization

1107 Lorne Park Road
Mississauga, Ontario

Coding for Young Minds Community Organization is pleased to offer free Java coding/programming webinars, presented by Arya Peruma for middle and high school children to further develop cognitive skills, critical and logical thinking, as well as problem solving skills.

Java is one of the most widely used programming languages in the world and is a versatile language that can be used for a variety of applications. These include developing desktop applications, mobile applications, and various games. In this webinar, you will be introduced to programming, and how programming languages like Java work. You will also learn about the components of Java, classes, and how to use them to print.
Eligibility: Grade 5 to Grade 12
This Java tutoring webinar is ideal for high school students taking Computer Science in Grade 11 (ICS3U) and Grade 12 (ICS4U).
After registering, you will receive a separate email with a link to join the webinar.

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Coding for Young Minds is a not for profit community organization based in Ontario, Canada. Our organization aims to bring live complimentary STEM teaching webinars, STEM Blog articles and STEM workshop events to help elementary, middle and high school students in the community to further develop their skills in terms of knowledge regarding subjects related to STEM, and to help them understand fundamental concepts such as Mathematics, Science, Coding, and Engineering.
Our Founder, Arya Peruma is passionate about making STEM education more inclusive for the underrepresented. Arya's mission is to increase STEM accessibility for elementary, middle & high school students with limited opportunity to access STEM education.


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