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14 Oct

State launches ‘Immigrants Can Code’ initiative with AlbanyCanCode

State launches ‘Immigrants Can Code’ initiative with AlbanyCanCode By Record staff Oct 8, 2020 ALBANY, N.Y. — The New York State Office for New Americans announced Monday the launch of a new initiative, Immigrants Can Code – Digital Literacy Pilot, that will ensure immigrants have access to digital literacy education and training that are essential to building careers in the Empire...

06 Oct

NEW YORK STATE OFFICE FOR NEW AMERICANS ANNOUNCES IMMIGRANTS CAN CODE TO EMPOWER IMMIGRANTS WITH DIGITAL LITERACY SKILLS

For Immediate Release: October 5, 2020 Contact:518-486-9844 press@dos.ny.gov Follow us on Twitter @NYSDOS NEW YORK STATE OFFICE FOR NEW AMERICANS ANNOUNCES IMMIGRANTS CAN CODE TO EMPOWER IMMIGRANTS WITH DIGITAL LITERACY SKILLS Partnership Between ONA and AlbanyCanCode Will Provide Virtual Computer Education and Training Courses Dedicated to Immigrants Program is Designed to Prepare New Americans for Growing Career Opportunities in the Lucrative High-Tech Field  The...

13 Aug

Registration is Underway for Fall 2020 Computer Coding Courses at AlbanyCanCode and KingstonCanCode

Inaugural course in Kingston and three classes in Albany will be presented virtually; training supports growing tech job opportunities as the remote workplace rapidly expands Albany and Kingston, NY – AlbanyCanCode and KingstonCanCode, part of a nonprofit organization creating a new generation of software coders in New York, today announced the opening of registration for the Fall 2020 session, which...

13 Aug

AlbanyCanCode holding virtual fall software programming courses

AlbanyCanCode holding virtual fall software programming courses  via Times Union TROY — AlbanyCanCode and the new KingstonCanCode software programming educational nonprofits are holding fall courses online starting Sept. 14. The front-end web development course that KingstonCanCode is offering in partnership with SUNY Ulster will be its first-ever. Front-end web development includes creating the user interface on a web application....

13 Aug

How can the Albany region build a more diverse workforce? Start with the talent pipeline

How can the Albany region build a more diverse workforce? Start with the talent pipeline  via Albany Business Review Diversity, equity and inclusion remain top of mind for the Albany region’s business leaders — particularly following national protests against racism and police brutality. An Albany Business Review analysis concluded there is a lot more work that needs...

AlbanyCanCode Summer 2020 Coding Camps
24 Jun

AlbanyCanCode Summer 2020 Coding Camps

Looking to keep the kids engaged this summer? Look no further!! AlbanyCanCode is offering two coding summer camps in partnership with some amazing organizations! We don’t have all of the details finalized at the moment but will share with you what we have confirmed so far. Registration is now open for the following Summer Camps: *Note: These summer camps will be held virtually, using a 100%...

ACC & BOCES Yes You Can Code Summer 2020 Program
22 Jun

Yes! You Can Code! Summer 2020 Program

Exciting and fun new opportunity for students to learn basic coding skills to develop a computer game. Students will develop computer games in Python while learning basic coding skills Instructions will be provided for each game, with an opportunity for students to get creative and personalize each game by adding new features and rules along the way. VIRTUAL half-day code trainings with...