On June 7th, Generation Code opened our doors and welcomed our new neighbors – the town of Vienna, Virginia – to the official ribbon-cutting of our flagship coding and robotics Lab!
The mayor of Vienna, Laurie DiRocco, attended, as well as the local school board, business community, parents, and media. It was great getting to know the community better and seeing some familiar faces! We’re extremely lucky to be starting out this journey in such a welcoming and supportive town.
The Lab, located at 112 Church Street NW in Vienna, is where kids come to create, collaborate, and code. Our immersive summer camps offer innovative and age-appropriate instruction on topics like Scratch Animation & Design, Exploring Engineering & Robotics, and Web Development. Camps in the Lab have already started, but we have a few open spots for camps in July and August – enroll today!
In Fall 2017, we will be offering Scratch Animation & Design, Exploring Engineering & Robotics, and Web Development 1 and 2. Our classes are designed for kids aged 7-18, and each course meets twice a week after school or on Saturdays. See our Fall 2017 schedule!
Are you from the Vienna area but had to miss our Grand Opening? Stay tuned for more information about an upcoming open house on July 21st (while you’re near us for Chillin’ on Church!), drop by Mon-Fri 9-5 to see the Lab and meet our team, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking forward to seeing you in the Lab soon!