Our STEM initiative, Blissful Coding Club, www.blissfulcodingclub.org teaches coding skills to kids from grades 2-12. We have taught coding skills to over 400 kids in NJ and other states during our past few sessions. We have partnered with Newark Public Library in the City of Newark, Jersey City Free Public Library, Kearny Public Library and more and launched successful coding classes at Newark Public Library since Summer 2020. This program is free of charge to all kids to make sure we can share this opportunity to any student that wishes to learn. We are constantly growing our curriculums, and doubled the number of programs we offer for our Fall 2020 and December 2020 session. Our Python classes are developed using Carnegie Mellon University's CS Academy, where our Scratch classes use MIT's Scratch program. We use code.org and other available resources to create our curriculum. Undergraduate and graduate volunteer students of top universities in America, such as Carnegie Mellon, NJIT, Rutgers Camden, Rutgers New Brunswick, and John Hopkins University teach for the Blissful Coding Club.
Classes are carefully designed to accommodate as many students as possible while making sure each class has a sufficient number of instructors. We are still happy to accept more students, so visit our "Register" tab for more information about scheduling and logistics. That tab will also provide information for individuals who would like to volunteer as an instructor.
Blissful Us also has an initiative focused on literacy and language arts. Through an online magazine that publishes children’s articles and voice, our mission is to improve writing and arts awareness in kids. This magazine is published monthly and can be found at www.theblissfulpursuit.org.
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