Simon Mustard sets April 19 for Easter Kids Coding Boot Camp

By Clement Edward Kumsah

An ICT social enterprise, Simon Mustard that teaches kids between the ages of 5 to 16 years old computerized tech related skills will be organising a coding boot camp this Easter.

The program which is one of a series of other tech programs organised by the Empowering Tech Minds organization will start on the 19th to the 21st of April at Peak Lyceum, Comm. 22 Tema.

Simon Mustard, organisers of the program who was an awardee of the Coca-Cola 60 young achievers award believes in impacting lives through education using digital technology tools. The boot camp is running on a tagline of the Easter Edition 2017 Tech Boot Camp and seeks to teach kids a fundamental skill of coding which has become significant in this day and age of technology.

The Director of Simon Mustard, Mr. Simon in an interaction advised parents to take advantage of this great opportunity for their kids and to call and register to book their place in the Easter Edition 2017 Tech Boot Camp.

The organization, Simon Mustard, believes that, Ghana as a country has not contributed significantly to the world of tech which has seen the rise and dominance of American companies. As such, it has challenged itself in the mental development of children in a well-coordinated and structured tech inclined courses using many digital tools.

The other programmes Simon Mustard engages in teaching students include Tech Weekends, Tech Boot Camp and In-School session and has promised patrons of this year’s boot camp of an incredible exposure in the world of tech.