Myths About Women in Math and Science Don’t Add Up

By |2019-06-25T15:03:57-07:00June 17th, 2019|Press|

We have all heard the myth that boys are better at math and science than girls. And though this has been proven untrue time and time again, it has undeniably left some permanent scars on the computer industry. There are still significantly fewer women working in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) in the U.S.

Code Central: Local kids learning tech of the future

By |2019-06-25T14:12:53-07:00June 11th, 2019|Press|

LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — CES 2019 may officially be over, but a group of local students are showcasing the advancement they've made in technology. "I have some Minecraft pages, I have some pictures,” explained Divaughnn Schere while showcasing the website he made. His site also includes video games he designed. It should be noted, Schere

First Annual Code Central Student Showcase

By |2019-01-15T15:02:36-08:00January 15th, 2019|Press|

*** MEDIA ADVISORY *** Code Central to Host First Annual Student Showcase Event at Innevation Center at Switch on January 12, 2019 Advanced Students to Showcase Projects in Web Design, Game & App Development, and Robotics Guest Speakers include: U.S. Senator Jacky Rosen, Cindi Chang- Nevada Department of Education, Snehal Bhakta- Clark County School District,

Girl Scouts learn to code!

By |2018-09-12T10:11:54-07:00September 12th, 2018|Press|

About 50 girls dressed in green T-shirts and brown vests adorned with colorful patches filed into the Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada headquarters on a recent Monday evening. Their task was to learn about coding, a male-dominated profession.  “Coding is something I do with my job, so I figured I’d show (my two daughters) a little bit of


By |2018-07-28T10:42:03-07:00March 6th, 2018|Press|

Congresswoman Jacky Rosen (NV-03) attended the Code Central One Year Anniversary celebration. Code Central is an after-school technology center in Las Vegas that is dedicated to teaching Nevada’s young people about the fundamentals of programming, app development, and computer science. Rosen discussed her two bipartisan STEM education proposals, which recently passed the House as one

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