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MEROVINGIAN PROJECT

Tennessee Code Academy is offering an academy focused on both programming and entrepreneurship. This distinctive program, named the 'Merovingian Project,' will create four teams working on real-world projects for companies and entrepreneurs. 32 slots: eight front-end, eight design, eight back-end, and eight infrastructure. 

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CODE WARRIORS

Tennessee Code Academy is offering a front-end developer program next fall. The Code Warrior program will be focused on teaching military veterans vital skills in today's workforce -- front-end engineering. The focus of this program is to create proficient employees and entrepreneurs that are prepared for today's economy and workforce.

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FRONT-END ACADEMY

Tennessee Code Academy is offering a front-end developer program next fall. The Front-End Program will be focused on teaching individuals vital skills in today's workforce -- front-end engineering. This program will create proficient employees and entrepreneurs that are prepared for today's economy and workforce. Open to all ages.

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YOUTH CODE CAMPS

Tennessee Code Camps are open to those ages 13 to 18. Students will learn HTML, PHP, design fundamentals, web application, gaming and more. These camps will be offered over various school breaks across the state. Students have the opportunity to learn a valuable skill from expert mentors and programmers.

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WHY IT MATTERS

There were 1 million software developer jobs in 2012, and that number will grow by 22% (2X the national rate) over the next decade.

There is a clear skills gap between students and industry needs. Many middle and high schools do not require computer science toward a degree. Also, several colleges and tech schools are years behind industry standards with their curriculum.

Programming helps develop a wide array of skills- critical and logical thinking, creativity and individuality, troubleshooting and problem-solving skills.

CS education is marginalized in our K-12 school systems and communities are denying access to one of the most critical skill-sets of today’s and tomorrow’s world.