FREE HTML Bootcamp

Learn to code your own personal website portfolio over a five-week course using HTML and CSS.


ABOUT THE program

Program Details

The program will explain the basics of HTML, advance to CSS by the 3rd week, and finish up with basic JavaScript in the 4th and 5th week. By the end of the 5th week, each student will have a personal website created with images, buttons, and animations.

Session Timings

Each class will be 1 hour each week, from May 15th to June 12th. The course will be taught by one of our three instructors, all well versed in HTML/CSS along with a variety of other languages. We plan on class sizes being 7 students per teacher.


Our classes are 100% free, but we do accept and encourage donations. The donations are going towards funding for our portable maker space, an idea we hope to execute during the 2021-2022 school year.

The finished Product

At the end of the 5 weeks, each student will have a personal website that incorporates all of the concepts they have learned. The website will use HTML, CSS, and basic JavaScript to display things like the student’s name, favorite picture, favorite website, and some animation effects. To give an idea of what this would look like, we’ve attached a sample website below.


Sign up


Classes will be held in 3 time slots every week, Saturday from 3-30 – 4:30PM, Tuesday from 4 – 5PM, and Sunday from 3 – 4PM. There is limited availability for these classes, so please only sign up if you intend on coming for all 5 weeks, starting May 15th. 

How to Sign up?

If you’d like to sign up, please fill out the interest form linked below. We will confirm with an email back containing more details. 


Why teach stem for free?

As instructors, we all went through similar programs at a young age, so we can now organize programs like this for others in the community. STEM is where we’ve all found a place to thrive academically and socially. By hosting classes like this, we’re able to offer those same opportunities for dozens of other young future innovators. 

How to help

If you’d like to help the cause, we appreciate donations. Donations will be going towards our Portable Maker Space, a project we hope to launch during the 2021-22 school year. It will allow us to bring tools like laser cutters and 3D printers to school districts in the area that otherwise wouldn’t get the chance to experience these innovations.  

About our Instructors

Nirvan Panjwani

I am a student at Millburn High School with interests in STEM, entrepreneurship, and marketing. I have experience in brand strategy, visual design, robotics, and management. I love to learn new things, having taught myself graphic design, CAD, and HTML.

Ishaan Salhotra

I am a student at Millburn High School and am interested in algorithms and mathematics. I have experience teaching robotics, data visualization, and various coding languages, including HTML, Java, and Python.

Eric Dong

I am a student at Millburn High School with interests and experience in robotics and computer science. I have taught different languages, including C++, Java, and Python, and I am familiar with topics such as Data Structures and Robot Control Theory.