Private Summer Kids Group Coding is Filling Up Fast

Summer is just around the corner and many kids are itching to do more coding.

Breakout Mentors offers the most personalized option: create a week-long group coding class for your student and their friends. We will travel in-home to run a 3 hour per day custom class based on the group’s age and experience.

The result is more fun than a traditional summer camp with much more learning!

Our Summer Mentors

Two of our experienced one-on-one mentors are joining full-time for the summer to work with the small group classes.

Cynthia is entering her junior year at UC Berkeley, studying Computer Science with a focus on Bioengineering. She started learning to code in middle school so knows what it is like to code while young. Cynthia’s passion for teaching ensures her students have fun. She will be working with the groups in the East Bay and San Francisco.

Victor is entering his senior year at Santa Clara University, studying Computer Science and Engineering. He grew up in Cupertino and had a strong foundation in CS before college thanks to Lynbrook High School. In Victor’s spare time he plays on a semi-professional basketball team. He will be working with the groups in the South Bay and Peninsula.

Price and Availability

The final price depends upon the number of students and location. For the 15 hours of instruction it ranges from $900 each with two students to $500 each with four.

The availability may change quickly, but here it is as of March.

San Francisco and East Bay:

  • June 18 week (soft hold)
  • June 25 week
  • July 2 week (four days)
  • July 9 week
  • July 16 week
  • July 23 week
  • July 30 week (four days)
  • August 6 week

South Bay and Peninsula:

  • June 18 week (soft hold)
  • July 2 week
  • July 9 week
  • July 16 week
  • July 23 week
  • July 30 week
  • August 6 week (soft hold)
  • August 13 week (soft hold)

If you are interested in learning more, please schedule a phone call with Breakout Mentors Founder Brian Skinner or send a message.

Posted by Brian Skinner / Posted on 28 Mar