Calling all Girls Who Code!
Girls Who Code Gives Students the Edge to Succeed for Free

Posting Description:

Girls Who Code invites current high school students who identify as girls or non-binary to apply to join us this summer for our free programs:

 

  • Our 2-week, introductory Summer Immersion Program (SIP) hosts current 9th-11th graders in live, virtual classrooms led by industry-leading companies like EA, Pfizer, and ViacomCBS. Students learn HTML, CSS, and JavaScript while getting an inside look into the tech industry. Plus, all SIP students can apply for grants up to $500.

 

  • Our Self-Paced Program offers independent study and real-world projects for current 9th-12th graders to earn beginner-level badges in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript for web development or an intermediate-level badge in Python for cybersecurity.

 

With one quick application, we’ll recommend the best opportunity for students’ needs. They can apply to one or all of our programs with the same form!

 

Plus, participants can access exclusive alumni benefits and career support for life, including our pre-internship programs, Hiring Summit, virtual mentoring, and GWC Talks webinars for career tips and strategies.

Programs are available June 17 - August 12. Learn more on our website or in a webinar, and tell students to apply here as soon as possible ! Students get priority consideration when they apply by February 16, 2022 . Regular-decision applications are due by March 18, 2022.

Calendar
Activities
Hour of Code Celebration Learn how to CODE with Josh and Maya!
 
 
Participants will create simple projects and solve computational problems using Code.org. Learn basic concepts in computer science and create your own games in GameLab. Play and learn with games and CoderZ (https://play.gocoderz.com/lp/warehouse/free.html).
 
Monday, December 6, 2021, and Tuesday, December 7, 2021 from 4:00 pm. to 5:00 pm.
 
Virtual Community Event Zoom Link  https://psd1-org.zoom.us/j/83643087176
 
*This event is organized by the Mid-Columbia Computer Science Teacher Association (Mid-Columbia CSTA), Pasco School District, and Columbia Basin Community College.
 
CBC, K-12 and PNNL
12/5/2021 and 12/6/2021 from 4pm to 5pm.
CSTA Chapter Workshop - Joshua Bee - Password Hashing, how are your passwords stored and stolen.
 
 
 
 
CBC, K-12, and PNNL
1/27/2022
Pasco STEM Showcase with Mid-Columbia CSTA

Agenda:

4:00 to 4:20 PM STEM Showcase

Celebrations, student quotes, teacher experiences from our work over the past year

4:25- 5:15 PM Virtual Presentations –Choose from one of the following

·     Josh Bee, Cyber Security

·     Kaylie McGuckin, STEM is FEM

·     Maya Donnelly, What is a Robot?

·     Christa Fairman, Chris Niemeyer, and Jordan Heller Inquiry-based learning with CoderZ 

·     John Weisenfeld, Explore our world at the Nano level

5:15- 5:30 PM Next steps discussion and reflection survey

CBC, K-12, and PNNL
4/20/22
CSTA Chapter Workshop Katie Sandfort Sam Labs
 

This session will allow participants to gain confidence in implementing engaging lessons using flow-based and block-based coding with K-8 students.  Beginning the session, we will learn how the CPA (Concrete, Pictorial, Abstract) model sets the groundwork for students to develop computational thinking and problem-solving skills in elementary school, preparing them for block-based coding and computer science courses in middle school and beyond. Teachers will have the chance to investigate SAM Labs' flow-based and block-based coding software, participating in learning activities and exploring opportunities for creativity, engineering, and open-ended responses in their classes.   

CBC, K-12, and PNNL
 
 

 

CBC, K-12, and PNNL
 
 
CBC, K-12, and PNNL
 
 
CBC, K-12, and PNNL
 
 
 
 
CBC, K-12, and PNNL
 
 
CBC, K-12, and PNNL
 
 
CBC, K-12, and PNNL
 
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