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Kids Teach Tech empowers youth to seize the technology opportunities of their future. We enable students to become teachers who create and teach classes for their community. We teach free classes to youth in libraries, schools, non-profit groups, and live-online across California, the United States, and now Internationally.

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Upcoming Summer Camps

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Seth Bonder Camp with U.C. Berkeley Engineering and Georgia Tech

6/21/2021 to 6/25/2021 10am - 12pm and 1pm - 3pm PST on Zoom

(20 hours total) - U.C. Berkeley Engineering and Kids Teach Tech are thrilled to offer the Seth Bonder Camp - a fun Superhero themed Virtual Engineering Camp where Students will learn exciting Concepts involving some of the world's greatest challenges. Students will use Snap Programming for the many hands on activities. No experience is required. Students must be rising 6th through 12th graders. This camp is Free of cost and will prioritize admission for underrepresented students, but is open to all. It is offered in partnership with Georgia Tech and Urban League of Greater San Francisco Bay Area. See a video with more details from last year's Seth Bonder Camp at Georgia Tech here:

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Build Your Own Website Camp

7/12/2021 to 7/16/2021 10am - 12pm and 1pm - 3pm PST on Zoom

Join Kids Teach Tech on Zoom for a Fun and Exciting Live Online Camp with plenty of personal attention for learning Coding. Pricing is $25, but free for anyone with financial challenges. 

(20 hours) - Students ages 9 and up learn essential programming concepts with Bootstrap Studio, a web development program. Do you want to learn how to create a website using drag and drop? In this five-day camp, you will learn the basic fundamentals of a website and create one yourself! This all happens with the magic of a software called Bootstrap Studio! First you will build an exciting Black Panther and Thanos themed website before implementing the different features this software has to offer in your own take-home project! The magical software that we will be using automatically codes the HTML and CSS for you so that you can run it in your browser. Here is a video with more detail about the camp:

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Pacman Game Coding Camp 

7/26/2021 to 7/30/2021 10am - 12pm and 1pm - 3pm PST on Zoom

Join Kids Teach Tech on Zoom for a Fun and Exciting Live Online Camp with plenty of personal attention for learning Coding. Pricing is $25, but free for anyone with financial challenges. 

(20 hours) Students ages 10 and up learn essential programming concepts with Scratch, a platform developed at MIT. Using drag and drop in a simple block-like interface, students will create the Classic Game "Pacman", in which the Pacman attempts to eat all the pellets before the enemies defeat him. Once students finish their Pacman project, they will create their own games with help from the Kids Teach Tech Teaching Team. This was the student favorite from last summer, so space will fill up quickly!

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Kids Teach Tech In The News

21st August 2020

Agents Of Change

While most 10-year-olds are focused on homework, friends, sports, or video games, Arjun Banerjee Mulchandani launched his own company...

23rd April 2021

Girls Steam Expo

National College Resource Foundation CEO and COO with KTT Girls/Teens on stage before KTT's Empowerment through Coding Expo workshop.

3rd February 2019

Logikcull Blog

Learning Technology, With The Help Of An 11 Year Old. He launched KTT by introducing Python to over 75 underserved students in Oakland...


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Janet Hayes

"I'd like to thank you and all of the KTT team members for your wonderful work! My son, Logan Bowie, is learning so much this week in camp, and I'm enjoying eavesdropping on the classes. I'm very impressed with the well-organized lessons, and with the skills of the young teachers. ... Aahan deserves a lot of praise for his patience, positivity, and ability to multi-task with his break-out group. He is not only a skilled coder, but also a natural teacher and -- most important -- a kind and generous young man. I am so grateful that my son is spending this week with such a wonderful role model."

Ramtin Bani Noe

"Thanks a lot for helping Ariana to learn Python. She had an awesome time and enjoyed taking part in the course. I was blown away by the quality of the teaching and the nice presentation at the end." 

Sabrina Charles

"Blake absolutely loved the class. It was his first exposure to a coding class. The material was relatable and the instructors were so patient and helpful. He wants to continue and take additional classes. "

Cindy Vaes

"My son took your Introduction to Python class yesterday and LOVED it. He loves coding in general (Scratch and some Java Script) so to be introduced to a new coding language was amazing. On top of this, the way the class was set up and the energy of his coach in the breakout room was second to none! As a result, we would love to be informed of any new classes or summer camps that you are offering! He is also interested in finding out more about becoming a teacher for your non-profit! He is very comfortable with Scratch, but hopes to get more proficient in Python, Java (Script) and other coding languages."

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