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TechTown provides spring break learning for local students

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Seventy Chattanooga area students ages 10 to 17 attended TechTown this week at the Chattanooga Public Library, learning about videography, circuitry and robotics. 

These hands-on learning opportunities allowed students to build, play with and safely experiment with robotics and circuitry as well as filming and editing their creations.

"We know the interest level among students for technology camps is high and during spring break lots of parents are still working," says Cordell Carter, TechTown CEO. "This camp allows kids to learn at their own pace and meet new people. Our instructional focus is on self-guided learning and letting kids engage with the tools we provide. We help kids to experience the latest technology that they wouldn't generally be able to access."

TechTown is also offering five weeks of summer camps for students ages 7 to 17 starting Monday, June 29th through Friday, July 31st. 

Registration is open for these camps focusing on coding, video game & website design, 3D printing, film & video production, robotics, circuitry and more. Parents can sign up at

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