The mission of the ATPF Coding Program is to provide children and young adults with autism the opportunity to learn computer science through an engaging curriculum and interactive coding. This program teaches introductory computer science, problem solving and creative thinking through coding. Limited to 8 students per class - first come, first served. Classes are offered over zoom.
ATPF Coding Camp was founded in 2020 by Princeton Intern Anlin Zhang and Canyon Crest Academy Intern Hannah Zhang. It has since reached over 40 children from all over the United States. The curriculum used is from Code.org and developed by Microsoft, Google, and Amazon.
"ATPF does amazing things for its families!" - Anlin Zhang
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