AT&T Aspire supporting summer coding program for high school students

At Navarre Intermediate Center this afternoon, AT&T presented a $5,000 contribution to the South Bend Parks Foundation for a South Bend Code School program. The AT&T Aspire funding will go toward scholarships for the summer program, where high school students will learn up to three coding languages, design websites and develop presentation skills when sharing their work with their classmates, community and technology companies.

AT&T’s signature philanthropic initiative, AT&T Aspire drives innovation in education – through technology, social innovation and relationships – to ensure students have the skills they need to succeed.

To learn more about the scholarships available for this summer’s coding program, check out the Code School’s website at

Our thanks to State Rep. Joe Taylor, South Bend City Clerk Kareemah Fowler and Common Council Members Karen White and Sharon McBride for joining us for this AT&T Aspire event.

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