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CODE FOR COMMUNITY
Code For Community is here to create learning opportunities for underserved communities - whether it’s helping children to learn a programming language, making them aware of online safety or helping them develop skills for a career.
Code to Achieve Potential (CAP)
Code to Achieve Potential (CAP) is a program designed in partnership with Autism Resource Centre, Singapore to create code-specific learning opportunities for neurodiverse youths.
Coding for Children (C4C)
We want every child in underserved communities to have an equal opportunity to learn coding and be comfortable with the latest technologies. C4C programmes were designed in partnership with Ulu Pandan Stars.
Nurturing Neurodiverse Talents
Nurturing Neurodiverse Talents is a program designed in partnership with Autism Resource Centre, Singapore, AASQA & Curtin University (AUS) to help improve the employability of youths with autism by upskilling them on relevant IT skills such as Python, Web Design and programming with Dash/Dot-robotic kits.
AI Primer @ ARC
AI Primer is a program designed in partnership with Autism Resource Centre, Singapore, to expose students with autism to basic concepts of artificial intelligence (AI).
Python @ Sembawang Family Service Centre
Python @ Sembawang Family Service Centre is a program developed in partnership with the Sembawang Family Service Centre (SFSC) to introduce primary school children to the basics of Python.
Coursera Help Desk
Coursera Help Desk is a program designed in partnership with Autism Resource Centre, Singapore, as a mentorship scheme for students with autism taking Coursera courses in Data Science. Students at ARC receive one-on-one mentorship and support from SoC students.