Building Our Youths For the Future“We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future.” ― Franklin D. Roosevelt, Great Speeches

Young minds, big ideas. We all start somewhere, so why not start young? 

Starting young allows our children to have more learning experiences. Exabytes recognises that we should take the lead and welcome challenges head-on, instead of struggling to catch up when it may be too late. Starting earlier does not make you a kiasu person but allows you to be ahead of your peers. 

This is especially so when we say children are like sponges. They are quick to pick up new things and we should encourage them to. But how can we do so? 

With that, Exabytes is partnering with South Central Community Family Service Center and Telebort, in support of IMDA Digital For Life to present you with BTS of Web Design

Together We Can Build A Digital Future for All

BTS of Web Design is a holiday camp organised to support the cause of Digital For Life. We believe in a digital future for all and an inclusive community. With the holiday camp, we are committed to sparking interest and creating a channel for students to equip themselves with digital understanding, knowledge and skills.

A Fruitful Note to the End of the Year and Holidays 

Many of us are stuck at home, especially due to the restraints now. More often than not, we are on our mobile devices or laptop, for work or leisure. Why not make it a more productive day?

The holiday camp is a good first step to the digital world as the children are exposed to the cool and interesting world of coding. Sounds intimidating? Don’t be. The camp is specially tailored so that even rookies can follow along.  

Throughout the camp, facilitators will be there to guide the children while they explore the BTS of Web Design and put on their thinking caps to solve and create. With hands-on activities, the children will gain real-life experience and even be able to build their own website at the end.  

3 Reasons Why Coding is Beneficial for Young Minds

Coding is basic literacy in the digital age. Knowing how to code gives the children a more competitive advantage, allows them to understand the world better and many more.  

This Holiday Camp consists of such many benefits in easy steps that will assist the children to pick coding up. A good starting point like ABCs. Not convinced? Here are some reasons why your children should learn to pick up this fun and useful skill.

Stimulates Creativity

One of the main benefits of this Holiday Camp is to stimulate children’s creative juices! Learning how to code is like learning a new language. It encourages them to unleash their brainpower to experiment and come up with creative solutions.

Helps Youths Develop Essential Skills

Learn how to code can help children to develop essential skills such as problem-solving and critical thinking. These skills can then be translated to real-world situations in the future, assisting them in having an edge over their peers.

Encourages Planning

Planning is important, especially when it comes to major decisions in life. Assist your children in understanding the importance of planning ahead and signing them up for the Holiday Camp might just do the trick. 

Why? Before writing a code, programmers will have to anticipate what their end goal is! This is to prevent the outcome from becoming a jumbled-up mess. This forces them to plan before executing, a noteworthy skill to possess.

BTS of Web Design: Camp Details

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I’m interested! Am I eligible?  

The camp is tailored for students aged 13 – 17 years old. 

Parents may apply on behalf of their child as well. 

When? 

15 – 17 December 2021

22 – 24 December 2021

*Camp will be held from 10am to 12pm.

How to register? Click here!

For more information, visit here.

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