Philly program teaches kids to code in hopes of bringing diversity to future of tech

     Sylvester Mobley of Coded by Kids. (Emma Lee/WHYY)

    Sylvester Mobley of Coded by Kids. (Emma Lee/WHYY)

    Sylvester Mobley, CEO of Coded By Kids, sat down with NewsWorks Tonight host Brad Linder to discuss his effort to expand the program which currently reaches about 90 young Philadelphians.

    For the past three years an organization called Coded By Kids has been helping young Philadelphians learn to develop software. Sylvester Mobley, started Coded By Kids in 2013 and the program reaches about 90 kids through rec centers and after-school programs.

    Mobley, CEO of Coded By Kids, sat down with NewsWorks Tonight host Brad Linder to discuss his effort to expand the program. Listen to their conversation below.

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