Fall Coding Institute – Course Information

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Designed for adults on the Autism Spectrum (age 18 and up), who are high school graduates or GED equivalent

This course aims to teach the basics of programming computers using Python, the most popularly used programming language in the US.  This is a great foundational course for those looking to pursue a career involving programming, coding, or analytics.  Administrative fee of $20 to cover supplies.

Class Dates:  September 27 – December 6, 2016  |  Tuesdays, 6-8 pm

Mandatory Information and Assessment Session:  Tuesday, September 13 or September 20, 6-9 pm.

Location:
UMFS Charterhouse School
– main building with green roof
3900 West Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23230

Courses: Python 1 and 2 from Coursera / University of Michigan
Textbook: Python for Informatics by Dr. Charles Severance

Click Here to Register for One of the Mandatory Information Sessions.

Tuesday, September 27

This class will kick off our Fall Coding Institute classes.  If you are not able to attend our first class, please review the following material.

Want to learn more? Find our Frequently Asked Questions here.


Class Location Map

Location:

UMFS Charterhouse School – main building

3900 West Broad Street

Richmond, VA 23230

UMFS Entrance

UMFS Broad Street Entrance

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Charterhouse School and Parking Lot