Sage Batchelor

Sage Batchelor

Youth Workshop Leader - Organizer @ Girls Who Code Savannah

Sage has been designing and coding apps and websites since her first computer science class at the STEM Academy at Bartlett Middle School. For her bat mitzvah project, she decided to spread her love for coding with girls in the community by working with her computer science teacher, Ms. Beck to establish Girls Who Code Savannah. Sage is currently an 8th grade student at the STEM Academy, where she is an active member of FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) and plays Oboe in the school band. When Sage is not coding or playing her oboe, you can find her hanging upside down performing circus acrobatics.

Dancing with Robots

Jepson Center

For youth ages 8+ Learn to code with Dash and Dot robots and Appleā€™s Swift coding language. In this session participants will learn how to program robots to follow commands, play games, and dance. (Sorry, grown-ups! This one is just for kids!) REGISTER HERE 20 seats available. Registration is first come, first served.

Workshop Free & Public Limited Access Kids & Youth
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It’s On Like Donkey Kong!

Jepson Center

For youth ages 8+ Learn to code and tell stories using Scratch, a block based visual programming language. In this session students will design a platform game that tells their story. (Sorry, grown-ups! This one is just for kids!) REGISTER HERE 20 seats available. Registration is first come, first served.

Technology Workshop Free & Public Video Games & AR/VR Limited Access Kids & Youth
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