"I am enjoying this class very much. I learned how to make web pages, web forms, and many more. It did not seem easy in the beginning and I thought I could not do it but it is actually easy and very interesting. I am enjoying the coding club no matter how annoying the boys next to me are. They are surprisingly quiet most of time busy coding!"

Madeleine, Woodland Middle School

"This is an excellent coding program & will definitely help students who are excited about programming." 

Volunteer, Woodland Middle School

"I actually expected it to be a lot harder but it was very easy and well explained."

Samuel,  Nashville Technology Council - 

We Build Tech Summer Camp

"I expected something slower paced and more annoying. Instead, the camp turned out to provide excellent impetus to expand my capabilities and learn more."

Einar, NTC - We Build Tech Summer Camp


"Coding club has been a very enlightening experience for me. Coding can be very useful in later life and many jobs will require knowledge in technology. Learning how to code helped me understand how web technologies work.   Although most of our class are boys, I think that girls will enjoy this a lot as well. I know I sure did."

Trisha, Sunset Middle School

“It was a lot more fun than expected and worth getting up early.” 

Addison, Woodland Middle School

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"Evin loves the coding class! It is the highlight of his day." 

Parent, Sunset Middle School

"The curriculum was laid out very well, and I found the instruction guide to be incredibly useful." 

Instructor, Brentwood Middle School

"I really loved the coding club. It was very fun to learn how to create my own web page using HTML and CSS." 

Yashvitha, Sunset Middle School

Thanks for giving our girls in the Ninth Grade Academy the opportunity to learn how to code today! Hopefully, these 29 girls will join the Academy of Automotive Technology & Design next year!

J. Nicole Greer, Antioch High School


 "Thank you for your support of the Girls TEC Camp. Your time and efforts have begun to build the future workforce of women in  America. We truly appreciate your assistance in encouraging these young ladies to pursue emerging careers." 

Rebecca Collins, Williamson County Schools Career and Technical Education

"I loved attending the workshop with Joumana! Never in a million years did I think I would be learning how to code and understand how web technologies work.  What Joumana is doing with our community is very exciting!  I cannot wait to sign my 10-year-old daughter up for this cool program!" 

Yasmine Mukahal- Corporate Recruiter exploring IT​