Youth Tech Boot Camp (ages 8 -14)

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Youth Tech Boot Camp (ages 8 -14)

Our tech boot camp will expose youth to critical thinking skills while creating functional hardware and software.

By Kid Next Code

When and where

Date and time

July 10 · 8am - July 14 · 3pm EDT


Arlington Christian School 4500 Ridge Road Fairburn, GA 30213

Refund Policy

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About this event

  • 4 days 7 hours
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Arlington Christian School

4500 Ridge Road, Fairburn, Ga, 301213


Monday - Friday , July 10th - July14th (8 am - 3 pm) ; each day


This tech camp is for youth (ages 8 -14). Students will learn the fundamentals of Coding, Engineering, Cybersecurity, and Game app development. This class will teach students how Cybersecurity is used within the home, school, and work environment; how to create games, websites, and apps using the Software Design process; and how to design Engineering models using the Engineering Design process. No prior coding experience needed for the students.


-Register for the event at

- You can also register via phone by contacting Instructor Reeves at (404) 414-2520.

-Price: $100 for Arlington Christian Students (for the full week of camp)

- Price: $140 for general public (for the full week of camp)

Contact Info:

For additional questions, you can email Instructor Travis Reeves at You can contact Instructor Reeves via phone at (404) 414-2520.

Items to bring:

• Snacks

• Laptop or Chromebook

• Notebook paper and writing utensil

**Lunch will be provided to the students each day.

About the organizer

Organized by
Kid Next Code

Kids Next Code was founded in 2016 we are a tech program that provides support in coding, game design, and engineering. Our founder Travis A. Reeves has worked in IT for over 10 years with various companies such as Sun-Trust, Coca-Cola, and the Georgia Lotto he leveraged his passion for IT, Education, and Entrepreneurship to be a resource for students in disenfranchised communities to facilitate the expansion of their career opportunities. Although our focus is in the youth realm, we support all ages in their tech journey through virtual and in-person courses year-round. We have taught STEM and tech-related classes such as coding, web design, mobile app design, and robotics to over 600 students (ages 5-18) in Georgia and New York. We have partnerships with Dekalb County Sheriff's department, Clayton County & Fulton County Library branch, and many more!

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