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Upcoming Classes

Spring quarter classes are open for registration until March 27. All classes are taught virtually over Zoom. Classes are listed in Pacific Standard Time.

Classes fill up fast, so take a look below and register today!

Between March 23-30, you will to receive an enrollment confirmation via email and text with the Zoom link to attend your class! If you need any help registering for a class, feel free to email us at info@streetcode.org or call or text us at (650)485-1413.

Jr. StreetCode
Class Type
Start/End Date
June 8, 2022
- August 1, 2022
Held On
Wednesday @ 4:00PM - 6:00PM
Age
4-10
Instructor
Lisa Olaso
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Student Interests
Details
Jr. StreetCode teaches students fundamental skills such as computer literacy, reading and writing, and introduces them to Game Design. Students spend time honing computer skills and they also spend time in makerspace using their hands. This class is full of fun activities geared towards helping kids explore their creativity, learn age-appropriate programming concepts, and revisit the fundamentals of learning (i.e., students refreshing reading/writing/and number identification).
Game Design
Class Type
Start/End Date
June 6, 2022
- August 1, 2022
Held On
Monday @ 4:00PM - 6:00PM
Age
8-12
Instructor
Alvin O'Sullivan
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Details
A class for 8 to 12 years old students who are passionate about video games. Using Roblox Studio to create their own Roblox games, students will learn what it takes to make a video game. Along the way, they will learn the different elements that make up a game, and learn how to talk about their favorite games through the critical lens of a game designer. Students will also learn how to make ANYTHING with a map editor, how to make their game pretty, and how to breathe life into their game with basic scripting. Finally, students will learn how to work professionally in the video game industry, and how to make video games for a living. Students walk away from the class with an increased understanding of video games, how they are made, a couple games of their own, and an increased passion for video games!
Jr. Game Development
Class Type
Start/End Date
June 6, 2022
- August 1, 2022
Held On
Monday @ 4:00PM - 6:00PM
Age
8-12
Instructor
Max Chavez
Pre-requisite Knowledge
Student Interests
Details
The best way to learn programming is through making! We will be using the Scratch environment to help us make engaging and interactive games or experiences. Students will draw from their creativity and imagination to create concrete and captivating games, and have fun doing it! We’ll explore the different skills needed to develop your own interactive games or experiences, including basic programming concepts. art and animation, and story design and development.
Jr. Intro to Code
Class Type
Start/End Date
June 6, 2022
- August 1, 2022
Held On
Monday @ 4:00PM - 6:00PM
Age
8-12
Instructor
Prescott Lawani
Pre-requisite Knowledge
Student Interests
Details
It's time to level up from blocks to code! In this class, we will break down the blocks you've used previously to create interactive games and experiences and teach you how to code them in Python - a real programming language. Coders everywhere in the tech industry use Python. It's a game changer! This class is great for students who have maxed out Jr. Game Development, Robotics, or Game Design, and recommended for students looking for a more visual introduction to coding than our Intro to Code class.
Family Engineering
Class Type
Start/End Date
June 8, 2022
- August 1, 2022
Held On
Wednesday @ 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Age
13+
Instructor
James
Pre-requisite Knowledge
Student Interests
Details
Engineering Design is intended for newer students hoping to gain experience in hands-on making and design. Engineering Design provides students with tools for designing, prototyping, and ideating in a makerspace environment.
Generative Art: Intro to Code
Class Type
Start/End Date
June 6, 2022
- August 1, 2022
Held On
Monday @ 4:00PM - 6:00PM
Age
13+
Instructor
Daniel Ramos
Pre-requisite Knowledge
Student Interests
Details
Generative Art: Intro to Code is part art, part code. In this class, students will learn how to program by creating their own art pieces. We'll learn how to deconstruct and decompose famous art pieces such as Jean-Michel Basquiat's crowns and Andy Warhol's pop art, and recreate them using code. We'll also leverage the power of computational thinking to create unique pieces of art, and learn coding strategies that make one-of-a-kind NFTs. This class is a visual introduction to how programming works. The concrete skills students learn in this class relate to how to design and implement a computer program. Many of the platforms and technologies students use to write and develop code will expose them to a wide range of softwares regularly used by engineers. Students will learn to interact and work with other students to solve computer science problems together. These first-time coders will learn p5.js, a Javascript library for creative coding!
Web Design I – WordPress
Class Type
Start/End Date
June 6, 2022
- August 1, 2022
Held On
Monday @ 4:00PM - 6:00PM
Age
13+
Instructor
Javier Alvarado
Pre-requisite Knowledge
Student Interests
Details
Come learn how to build a website around your interests or for your own business. In this class, students first learn how to plan and design their website and build it on WordPress, a template-based platform that requires no coding experience. Students will also learn how to market their website and optimize it for search engines like Google, Bing, or Yahoo and social media. By the course's end, students will have a functional website they can show off to the world and can use as a basis to build other websites in the future.
Intro to Hustle
Class Type
Start/End Date
June 6, 2022
- August 1, 2022
Held On
Monday @ 4:00PM - 6:00PM
Age
16+
Instructor
Carlie Jones
Pre-requisite Knowledge
Student Interests
Details
Intro to Hustle is an introductory-level class where students learn the basics of starting a business and enhancing entrepreneurial skills. This class encourages students to think on a large scale: go BIG or go home. Students in this class create their business ideas, learn about market analysis and pitch decks, and write a business plan. Intro to Hustle helps students who are shy, who need help telling their story, and/or who are looking for valuable feedback. Students learn about the hard work CEOs put in to get their business ideas off the ground. In this class, you will develop products by thinking through pricing, production, and related costs; you will create or strengthen your business identity - the name, the logo, and the communication of branding; and, you will learn customer service skills, bookkeeping skills, and interpersonal skills. By the end of this course, students will have the necessary skills to start a small business or level up your existing business, talk to investors/an audience about their company, and go take their business idea to market. If you are a dedicated and focused student this class is for you!
TechEquis
Class Type
Start/End Date
June 8, 2022
- August 1, 2022
Held On
Wednesday @ 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Age
16+
Instructor
Yesica Vera
Pre-requisite Knowledge
Student Interests
Details
¡Esta clase está diseñada para introducir a estudiantes al mundo de la tecnología! Es para estudiantes que tienen poca experiencia usando plataformas/dispositivos técnicos o estudiantes que quieren mejorar su experiencia usando herramientas tecnológicas (como computadoras y teléfonos móvil). Aquí vamos aprender como usar plataformas tecnológicas para beneficiar su vida personal, vida profesional, la vida de su familia, y de su comunidad. Usando una computadora y/o un teléfono, juntos vamos aprender cómo organizar nuestro correo electrónico personal, crear y participar en juntas virtuales usando Zoom, guardar documentos en la nube, mejorar la seguridad de nuestra información personal en la red, y mucho más.
TechX
Class Type
Start/End Date
June 8, 2022
- August 1, 2022
Held On
Wednesday @ 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Age
16+
Instructor
Juanita Croft, and Beverle Lax
Pre-requisite Knowledge
Student Interests
Details
Tech Exposure is perfect for anyone who feels s/he/they know little to nothing about tech and is interested in learning how to more effectively use a computer. Tech Exposure introduces students to a variety of introductory technical tools, hardware, and software. Various hands-on activities are provided to empower students to use tech tools and build their professional skills. In addition, the class is student directed, meaning instructors tailor curriculum to the topics students are interested in. Students learn how to use and manipulate web browsers, set up and learn to manage email accounts, and complete independent research projects.
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