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Meet our #CodeintheCommunity Volunteers – Nurin Hasha: “I love teaching because I love learning”

Get to know the change-makers behind Code in the Community! Meet Nurin, a twenty year old volunteer who taught herself to code with Scratch, and who's passionate about keeping kids curious as lifelong learners.

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Meet our #CodeintheCommunity Volunteers – Melody Yun: “I treat the computer like a 5-year old kid”

Get to know the change-makers behind Code in the Community - Singapore's largest free coding programme for disadvantaged kids. Meet Melody, an undergrad passionate about STEM education as a means of meta-learning, and using her skills to give back.

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The Kids of CITCx on What They Learned through an Interdisciplinary Approach to Coding

The curricula curated for CITCx - interdisciplinary tech scholarships for Code in the Community graduates - departs from traditional subject-based learning by synergising different disciplines. For many kids, CITx was their first taste of coding through the lens of science. Read on to find out what that was like!

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Saturday Kids at 8: An Impact-driven social enterprise creating access and opportunity in digital literacy

What started as a coding school for kids has evolved into an impact-driven social enterprise dedicated to access and opportunity for kids via digital literacy.

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Why Code in the Community? Using Education and Technology to Change the World

Technology can widen the gap, but we see the potential to use it as an equalizer. What we do at Code in the Community all goes back to our mission of inspiring every child to become a curious, self-directed learner.

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