Sammy Lowdermilk, TCA Program Director, announced yesterday a licensing program for its week-long coding camps. Named “Digital Pathways,” the latest initiative is designed to make it easier for a community to conduct the coding and digital literacy camps.
“We’ve naturally progressed toward this new licensing model,” Lowdermilk said in a news release. “This also allows us to expand our successes beyond the borders of Tennessee. Any group, anywhere can now host a code camp.”
The Tennessee Code Academy is part of the Upper Cumberland Entrepreneurial Foundation that also runs The Biz Foundry.
For more information on the new initiative, read TCA’s announcement (DigitalPathways PR).