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Muskingum University to Host Week-Long Coding Day Camp
Sisterhood ReCoded Camp

Muskingum University is hosting its annual Sisterhood ReCoded camp July 29-Aug. 2. The camp, which runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day, is free to all students ages 10 to 15 years old. Lunch will be provided.

The camp teaches students how to code mobile apps. In groups of up to three, students will identify a problem and create a mobile application to address it using an online drag and drop programming tool.

Founded in 2017, Sisterhood ReCoded is a group of students who come together to solve real problems in their community by developing mobile applications. Along the way they learn about the need to close the gender gap in tech-related fields. College women will teach students what they need to know and mentor them throughout the camp and beyond.

The purpose of this leading-edge program is to introduce students to the growing field of computer science. Various skills obtained from participating in a Sisterhood ReCoded program can relate to other careers outside of information technology, such as communication, critical thinking, and collaboration.

Students can go to to register or to learn more about the camp.

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