Students earn gold in coding | Local News


INDIANAPOLIS — A pair of Wabash College students each have earned a Gold Badge in coding through a partnership between the Independent Colleges of Indiana and Eleven Fifty Academy.

Joey Karczewski, a junior from Crown Point, and Patrick Marsh, a junior from Munster, garnered the honor through Smart Launch Tech, a coding program designed for liberal arts students. All of the 19 students from 14 private colleges around the state completed the month-long program on June 29, each earning the industry- and state-recognized Gold Badge Certification from Eleven Fifty, headquartered at Launch Fishers. 

The students learned the basics of HTML, CSS and Java Script in a four-week boot camp held on the campus of Franklin College during the month of June. They completed assignments demonstrating badge competencies and compiled an e-portfolio, presented at the end of the program.

In addition to coding, students were exposed to the wide range of career possibilities within the tech field, including project and marketing management, data analysis, compliance, security and design

Smart Tech Launch was created to marry the technical skills of coding with the problem-solving approach of a liberal arts education. 

Karczewski and Marsh are the second and third Wabash students to complete the coding certification in Smart Launch Tech’s two-year history.



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