#WhyICode: Win Two Seats In Flatiron After School

Flatiron School / 29 August 2014

Here’s a chance to win two spots in Flatiron After School*—a new coding conservatory for high schoolers in the New York City area.

Starting in September, students in will learn the tools professional developers use every day—that’s HTML, CSS, Javascript, and Ruby. By the end of the course, they’ll be able to build and deploy real, working apps.

Here’s the best part: the winner of our #WhyICode contest will get to invite a friend to enroll for free. To enter, just post about why you’d like to start coding on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook with the hashtag #WhyICode. We’ll do the rest. Enter now!

All courses are taught at The Flatiron School campus at 11 Broadway in downtown NYC. The program is led by Director Lyel Resner, Lead Instructors Victoria Friedman, Daniel Fenjves, and a number of teachers specializing in web development. Learn more.

* No purchase necessary; void where prohibited. Participants under 18 years old must have parental approval to claim prize. Starts now, drawing at 12PM on September 22, 2014. To enter, tweet, Instagram, or post on Facebook why you want to learn to code under #WhyICode. Winners to be chosen randomly and announced under #WhyICode. Each drawing will receive 2 seats in our AS program. Value of each AS seat is $2,500.

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