Tag: Computer Science

Events

Arduino: Learn How to Code

Learn to code and build fun circuits with Arduino online. Join us on a google meet to discover the basics of getting started with an Arduino. You will learn to blink the built-in LED and adjust the code to change speeds of the LED.

Black Girls CODE and Accenture Presents: Agile Ways of Working Workshop

Are you a student that thinks outside the box or need tools to finish school projects faster? Join us for an enrichment workshop hosted by Accenture to discover more about Agile Ways of Working! In this workshop you will learn the following: Why agile is so popular for software development How…
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Black Girls CODE: Fridays with Verizon

Fridays with Verizon is a live weekly virtual event where Verizon volunteers will be speaking and presenting a particular topic to BGC participants. This event will be moderated by one of Black Girls CODE staff with a Q&A portion after every session. BGC participants will be exposed and gain new…

Girls Who Code @ Stratton (Virtual)

Join the mission to close the gender gap in technology!!! Register for Girls Who Code Club (virtual). Club will begin meeting virtually each Saturday starting Aug. 15th @ 1 pm
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Black Girls CODE: Fridays with Verizon

Fridays with Verizon is a live weekly virtual event where Verizon volunteers will be speaking and presenting a particular topic to BGC participants. This event will be moderated by one of Black Girls CODE staff with a Q&A portion after every session. BGC participants will be exposed and gain new…

Archaeology & Engineering in Minecraft: Celebrating Winter at Stonehenge

Archaeologists believe that an ancient civilization began building Stonehenge over 3000 years ago, and that it was meant to be an astronomical monument or calendar circle. The stones are aligned so that on the Winter Solstice the sun sets in the midst of three great stones known as the Trilithon. But…

Craft & Code Interactive Cities

What if you could craft a city and then use coding and conductivity to tell the stories of the people who live there? That’s what we’ll be doing in this one-day camp! We’ll start by crafting cities out of cardboard, or drawing cities to make an interactive poster. You can create a flat city on…

DIY Carnival Games

Carnivals are fun events that bring communities together. In this camp, you will create a carnival game that lights up and makes noise. You’ll use a Makey Makey (supplied in a kit from MODA) and household materials to imagine, design, build, code and add circuitry to your game. We’ll start by brainstorming…

MODACRAFT: Peaceful Sustainable Survival Challenge

Join us and test your eco-equity skills in Minecraft’s survival mode! We’ll put the MODACRAFT server on normal survival mode and take on the challenge of making it to the End with a twist, while practicing restorative design.

Online Girl Scouts: Robot Basics

Girl Scouts become engineers as they learn how robots work and see how our 3-D printer, which is a robot, is programmed to create a three-dimensional object. Brownies and Juniors complete requirements toward their Robotics 1: What Robots Do Badge.