A Community Hackathon is an opportunity to build our future together
This spring and summer I was given the opportunity to put together a program which introduced a cohort of teens to a suite of low-code/no-code tools. These tools included Google Sheets, WordPress, Glide, and Appsheet. Thanks to Nexus Community Partners, Keystone’s Best Buy Teen Tech Center, and Zion Lutheran Church, the first cohort of teens…
Our community’s problems can only be solved through cooperation and collaboration.
By participating in a Community Hackathon, you are pledging to learn how to use a specific programming language, platform, or tool for creating your next project.
There’s no better time than now to bring that awesome project idea to life.
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