Through a collaboration with Google IgniteCS, the team members of SoftCom Lab created an after school program for local High Schools. Over the course of several weekly classes, the students leaders of CPPIgnite teach high school students the basics of computer science through various applications.

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CPPIgnite’s Landing page found at cppignite.com

During its first term, CPPIgnite has collaborated with Diamond Ranch High School to bring Computer Science to the youth of Pomona. Using a program created by MIT called App Inventor 2, students of Diamond Ranch learn the basics of Android Development while exploring the basics of Computer Science.

Taken from the first session of CPPIgnite at Diamond Ranch High School Zach Kysar, Isaac Siegel, Zach Rank, and Dave Luk teach kids about App Inventor

Zach Kysar, Isaac Siegel, Zach Rank, and Dave Luk teach kids at Diamond Ranch

The students are having fun, the teachers are having, CPPIgnite is proving to be a very exciting program with lots of room for growth from students of Cal Poly and members of Softcom Lab.