Cardinal Health Invites Middle and High School Students to Attend Fuse Code Camp

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On Friday, April 28, from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, April 29, from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Cardinal Health will be hosting the Fuse Code Camp for middle and high school students to learn about code and technology.  Cost is $20, which includes an official Fuse Code Camp t-shirt, water bottle, backpack, laptop sticker and meals, plus hours of fun and code instruction.  To register and find more information, please visit  Space is limited.

Coding projects for all skill and experience levels will be provided.  During the Code Camp, participants will work on actual coding projects and showcase them at the end.  Coaches, who code for a living, will work alongside attendees in small groups, sharing information about current technology and innovation.  The Fuse Code Camp social network will help keep campers in touch with each other, access other projects, communicate with coaches and learn about future events.  Fuse is Cardinal Health’s innovation lab, located at 4305 West Dublin-
Granville Road in Dublin.  The hashtag to share and follow is #fusecodecamp.