Texas 4-H Computer Science Project

Type
Project

Overview

In the Texas 4-H Computer Science (CS) Project, youth will have the opportunity to learn about programming (coding), app building, circuitry, creating animations, website development, cyber security, career exploration, and so much more.

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Derrick Bruton
Extension Program Specialist

In the Texas 4-H Computer Science (CS) Project, youth will have the opportunity to learn about programming (coding), app building, circuitry, creating animations, website development, cyber security, career exploration, and so much more. Participants will utilize technology to develop their collaboration, computational thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills to better position themselves as tomorrow’s leaders.
Project clubs, groups, or teams can meet at the local level to learn basic to advanced skills. Contact your local county Extension office to see if there is a club or group that meets near you.

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