START A CODING PROGRAM

at your small public library

Grant Recipients:

  • Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library
  • Altus Public Library
  • Atlanta Public Library
  • C.E. Weldon Public Library
  • Carnegie Public Library
  • Cavalier County Library
  • Cherokee County Public Library
  • Coalinga Library
  • Colman Branch Library
  • Creve Couer Public Library
  • Driscoll Public Library
  • Exeter Branch Library
  • Garden Valley District Library
  • Hartland Public Library
  • Heart of America Library
  • Honey Grove Library & Learning Center
  • Hood County Library
  • Hoyt Lakes Public Library
  • Huachuca City Public Library
  • Hubbard Public Library
  • Hulbert Library of the Town of Concord
  • Jaffrey Public Library
  • Kaibab Paiute Tribal Library
  • Kensett Public Library
  • Keyport Free Public Library
  • Kittanning Public Library
  • Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library
  • Marshall County Memorial Library
  • McIntosh Memorial Library
  • Memphis Public Libraries: Levi Branch
  • Milton Branch Library
  • Newtown Public Library
  • Oil City Library
  • Panama City Beach Public Library
  • Park River School and Public Library
  • Pine River Library
  • Priestley-Forsyth Memorial Library
  • Questa Public Library
  • River Grove Public Library District
  • Soldotna Public LIbrary
  • Spanish Fort Public Library
  • Stamford Carnegie Library
  • Syracuse Turkey Creek Township Public Library
  • Tehama County Library
  • The Dalles-Wasco County Library
  • Tulare County Library: Pixley Branch
  • Valley City Barnes County Public Library
  • Wasatch County Library
  • Whiteriver Public Library
  • Wilson Public Library

Winner will be contacted directly with instructions for next steps.

We had 350 applications, and 50 spots to award. If you did not receive the grant, please continue pursuing coding education in your libraries. It changes lives, and will change the world.

We’d like to take a moment to thank Crystle Martin, Linda Braun, Eric Stroshane, and Mary Soucie, and the Institute for Museum and Library Services. Without these amazing people, none of this would be possible.

Watch the recorded informational webinar:

Coding and computer science are a new kind of digital literacy, and public libraries all over the U.S. are stepping up. You can join the effort and help kids in your community with a weekly after school code club. Don’t worry if you are not a computer expert – we provide all the tools and training you need to be successful.

Read the press release >

Help youth build 21st century skills.

Grant funded = free to you!

No coding expertise necessary.

High engagement and attendance

Make a difference in the lives of young people in your community by introducing them to computer programming.

DEADLINE: JULY 16, 2018

This program is made possible through a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, administered by the North Dakota State Library in partnership with Prenda and the Association for Rural & Small Libraries.