The fall, winter, and spring sessions allow us to keep our skills fresh and learn something new. In this session, we increased our knowledge in HTML and CSS. During this time we offered a few preview sessions where our girls taught girls who were interested in joining IWC. We also took part in Richmond Heights' Computer Science for All Celebration that offered residents a chance to learn about The HUB facilities and take intro classes for free. We offered three classes taught by our members.
IndeedWeCode, in conjunction with the city of Richmond Heights, the Richmond Coders, local entrepreneurs, community leaders and proud citizens sponsored a free student-led CSforAll event on Thursday, April 27, 2017 at the Richmond Heights Secondary School technology HUB. A smorgasbord of activities were offered to residents of all ages to celebrate the city's "state-of-the-art" facility. Some of those activities that attendants enjoyed were learning how to code, building apps, creating websites and playing computer games. We also included classes to assist residents in learning more about social media (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter) and a new smart phone or tablet they may need help with. IndeedWeCode helped provide an intergenerational team of student coding leaders and IT professionals to create interactive experiences for attendants. We spent all of our sesions preparing for this event by hosting practice learning opportunities through our preview days for new people interested in becoming members.