Aptean Teaches Kids to Code During Computer Science Education Week
December 11, 2017
Alpharetta, GA, December 11, 2017 — Aptean, a leading global provider of mission-critical enterprise software solutions, joined companies across the country last week in hosting an Hour of Code event for local children at its global headquarters. Aptean held the event in support of Computer Science Education Week, a global effort to encourage youth interest in computer science and coding.
“It’s crucial to instill an interest in computer science, coding and web development in our children as early as possible, as more roles will require this knowledge by the time they enter the workforce,” said Aptean CEO Kim Eaton. “I enjoyed seeing the kids’ faces light up when they saw what they had designed. I think the event sparked their imaginations and may have created a few future developers!”
“My kids loved it,” said Ginger Laney Clopper, M&A operations director for Aptean. “The activities felt like fun games, and they felt a big sense of accomplishment when they were able to code their own creations. At the event we hosted kids with all different levels of experience, and everyone got to try something new. I’m glad that Aptean is committed to sponsoring more Hour of Code events to reach more kids in the larger community.”
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Stephanie Zercher, Aptean