SciTech Institute has teamed up with CSTA Arizona, Skill Struck and BootUp PD to host the 2nd annual CS Ed Month in Arizona – December 2021! This year, collaborators can sign up to host digital computer science engagements with students, teachers and families from December 1 to 17. On Saturday, December 4 from 9 am to noon, join us online or in person for the CS Ed Summit.
CS Ed Summit – REGISTER TODAY, it is FREE!
We would like to invite you, a team member or a set of 3 from your team to showcase Computer Science at your organization or school. If you are interested, please complete the Google Form: https://forms.gle/u6ffUjyJN6DzFrLM6 by Sunday, December 5. We will send a confirmation of time and details on by December 6.
Our goal is to organize at least 6 career panels or 10 company highlights – 30 to 45 minutes each. If you are available to moderate, that’s an option as well! Thank you for your support in building awareness, fostering excitement and sharing resources for Computer Science in Arizona.
CS Ed Month Calendar – VIEW IT HERE!
STEM Unplugged is a monthly podcast by SciTech Institute that connects partners from all over Arizona to dive deeper into the wealth of STEM innovations, initiatives, and resources in our home state. Hosted by our Chief Operating Officer Kelly Greene, the show aims to get our listeners plugged into diverse, thriving network of opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.
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