ALA is opening a call for applications for $300 mini-grants to school and public libraries to facilitate an Hour of Code activity for youth using Google’s CS First Hour of Code activity. Libraries Ready to Code, an ALA initiative sponsored by Google, aims to ensure libraries have the resources, capacity, and inspiration to embrace activities that promote computational thinking and computer science among our nation’s youth. To apply for a mini-grant, visit the Ready to Code website. The deadline is November 18, 2019.
(The application is straightforward and the activity this year is a lot of fun (Code Your Hero). The $300 can be used for anything in the spirit of supporting computational thinking activities for your teens – so be as creative as you like! – Sharon)
Sharon Rawlins, MLS
Youth Services Specialist for Lifelong Learning
NJ State Library
185 West State St.
P.O. Box 520
Trenton, NJ 08625-0520
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609-278-2640 ext. 116
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