Have you ever looked at a website and thought, "Wow, I could do better." Then you're in luck! Meridian Library Cherry Lane is hosting a program called Girls Write the Web, geared towards girls ages 8-11who are interested in web development. Join us!
Provided by Devonne and Meridian Library Cherry Lane
Find Your AL-GIRL-ITHM is a catalyst, a spark to a bigger engine. The goal is to be a change agent. Participants learn computational thinking skills, principles of programming, and object-oriented programming through Bootstrap. Through AL-GIRL-ITHM, girls will also discover themselves. What do you stand for? What motivates you? These are the questions participants will address in AL-GIRL-ITHM.
Throughout the year, speakers from UCI Women in Computer Science will come present their experiences in computer science, offering real world career advice for the students. Lastly, the girls will be taken out to a special field trip to a location that has yet to be determined (possible locations: Google Irvine, UCI Innovation Labs, etc.).
Provided by Hana and University of California Irvine
High school girls will start learning computer science principles with CS Unplugged. Once the girls have an understanding of the basic concepts, we will apply what was learned to use electronics. The class will learn the basics of electronics and use the new programming knowledge to make robots! This session will feature mentoring from women in computer science and building devices that solve problems. Please note that no prior experience is needed; you will learn everything you need in this class.
The TechGirls Web Development & Social Entrepreneurship Program at The College of New Jersey is a series of web development and technology entrepreneurship workshops. Participants will build an interactive website to address one of seventeen UN Sustainable Development Goals and will present their ideas during the Project Showcase & Pitch.
Provided by Rishitha and The College of New Jersey