Navy Veteran brings STEM Education to Brandon, FL with Coding and Math Classes for Kids
In a remarkable endeavor Brandon, Florida May 23, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – to empower young minds, William Steele, a Navy Veteran with an extensive 25-year background in cyber security, is introducing coding and STEM classes to the vibrant community of Brandon, Florida.
William and his wife Deborah are the new owners of Skill Samurai Coding and STEM Academy in Brandon. This initiative aims to equip children with invaluable skills for the digital age. The power couple boasts an impressive collective experience of over 50 years in the IT industry, making them the perfect mentors for this ground-breaking endeavor.
Deborah, a shining example of academic excellence, not only earned the title of High School Valedictorian but also secured a coveted scholarship at The Cooper Union School of Engineering in New York City. There, she diligently pursued her passion and obtained a degree in engineering. Alongside Deborah, William brings his extensive expertise in cyber security, acquired over a remarkable 25-year military career.
Driven by their exceptional academic backgrounds and profound IT knowledge, Deborah and William are thrilled and deeply honored to introduce this exceptional service to the community. Their mission is to inspire young minds, providing them with the tools and opportunities to excel in the ever-evolving world of technology.
Skill Samurai is opening its newest location in Brandon, FL on June 6th.
Skill Samurai provides a comprehensive STEM education program for children ages 6-16. Samurai offers fun and engaging classes in coding, math, and other STEM-related subjects to help kids develop critical thinking, problem-solving, and collaboration skills that will prepare them for future success.
Skill Samurai’s curriculum is designed to give kids a head start in an increasingly technology-driven world. By teaching coding, math, and other STEM-related subjects, the program provides children with the tools they need to excel in the digital age. Skill Samurai offers MathCode the only integrated Math + Coding Program That Kids Love. Classes are taught by experienced coaches who are passionate about STEM education and dedicated to helping kids reach their full potential.
“We’re thrilled to be opening our latest location in Brandon and bringing our unique approach to STEM education to the community,” said Skill Samurai Founder, Jeff Hughes. “Our program is designed to be fun and engaging for kids, while also providing them with valuable skills that will help them succeed in the future.”
At Skill Samurai, kids choose from a variety of classes that cater to their interests and skill levels. From beginner coding classes to advanced math courses, the program offers something for every child. Classes are held in small groups to ensure that each child receives personalized attention and support from their teacher.
Skill Samurai is now enrolling for its fall classes. To learn more about the program and to register your child, visit the Skill Samurai website at
With units in North America, South America, Asia, and Australia, Skill Samurai has proven that there is skyrocketing demand for STEM, Coding, Robotics, and Artificial Intelligence classes around the world. Skill Samurai prepares students for the jobs that will be in demand in the future by focusing on real programming languages and industry-recognized career certification.
Founded in May 2015 by Jeff Hughes, Skill Samurai is an innovative and non-traditional approach to children’s programs. The company started with just one location in New Brunswick and has since expanded globally with locations across Canada, The United States, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and Latin America. Skill Samurai plans to open 30 locations per year, moving forward in the coming years.
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