Coded by Kids seeks entrepreneurial youth for Innovation League

Do you know of any creative kids who want to be an entrepreneur? This year, Coded by Kids is launching its Innovation League -- a league for entrepreneurial and creative Philadelphia youth between the ages of 12-18, looking to participate in innovation competitions that build their technology and leadership skills.

The CbK Innovation League is launching in the Fall of 2021 will be open to 100 students citywide. Similar to a traditional sports season, students will attend weekly practices and events, competing with other teams across the city. Students will be assigned Community Innovation Coaches and tech mentors to help them gain knowledge and navigate innovation challenges. At the end of the season, the teams with the highest rankings will compete in the Innovation Bowl -- the league’s culminating championship event -- for awards and prizes.

The Innovation League is free of charge and open to students between the ages of 12-18 living in Philadelphia. Interested students must be registered by an adult through an online form on the website. Students will be able to select a team within their community on a first-come, first-served basis. The link to do so is here.

For more information, go here.