Coding Club

Coding Club is designed for students pursuing degrees in computer and technology related fields. All students, however, are encouraged to join who have a passion and interest in technology.

Students will explore different computer applications and gain hands-on experience in:

  • Python, JavaScript and Framework Library
  • Creating Websites/Portfolios
  • App Development iOS and Android
  • Software Deployment
  • Back-End vs Front-End vs Programing

Wednesday, May 1st, 2019Information Session: What is Coding?

Students who have a very limited understanding of Programming or students who want to gain additional hands on knowledge, can register to attend this information session. Room H341 12:30pm

Coding Club’s Summer Fun Bootcamp – June – July Dates TBD

Coding Club Introduces a 4 week bootcamp:

Introduction to App Development

Students will learn programming fundamentals like, HTML5 & CSS. Students will get comfortable with object-oriented programming and learn how to read websites and master key concepts before progressing to Creating a live website or App.

Coding Club - Fall 2019 - Let’s Create an App!

Student’s will take their knowledge from what they learned during the Summer Bootcamp and will work on creating an App based on the programming languages they were taught. Students will have the opportunity to build production-ready applications and demonstrate they have the technical skills to add real value to a potential employer.

Spring 2020 – Hackathon; App Development! TDB


Registration Day – May 11, 2019

10AM – 12 Noon, Medical Arts Building

5% off your tuition for TEENS COLLEGE SUMMER ACADEMY for in-person registrations only




Northwell Health will be at Queensborough Community College to talk to students of the Medical Assistant Program and Health Related Sciences in both the certificate and degree tracks. Recruiters will also be on site to discuss their hiring process and how to become part of the 61,000 people who power Northwell Health.

May 2, 2019, 1:30pm to 4:00pm

Medical Arts Building, Lecture Room M-136

RSVP to reserve a seat:

Miatta Weisel – or

Gail Patterson –

Professional Business Attire and Resumes are Required

Co-Sponsored by the Health Related Sciences Academy

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