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Girls Who Code: Can I Help You? (Chatbot with Python)
Girls Who Code

In this activity, you will be exploring basic computer science concepts in Python while learning how to help your community by creating a chatbot, or an automated help system!

Carnegie STEM Girls: Computer Scientists
Carnegie STEM Girls

Computer Scientists research, design, create, and invent new technology using extensive theoretical knowledge of computers, information technology, and mathematics.

Girls Who Code: Debug the Maze
Girls Who Code

In this activity, you will get a chance to debug code that is supposed to move a character through a maze.

Carnegie STEM Girls: Cyber Security Worker
Carnegie STEM Girls

Cyber security workers are like bodyguards for computers!

STEM Pro Live! Axosoft
Maricopa County School Superintendent

In this edition of STEM Pro Live!, you’ll hear from the CEO of Axosoft.

Girls Who Code: Stay Positive Binary Bracelets
Girls Who Code

It’s important to remain positive and keep our spirits lifted during times of stress and uncertainty. Through this unplugged activity, girls will be able to create bracelets that share positive and uplifting messages by using binary code!

Carnegie STEM Girls: Network Administrator
Carnegie STEM Girls

Network Administrators are in charge of installing, configuring, and providing support for an organization’s local area network, wide area network, and internet systems.

STEM Pro Live! Laura Freer, OET
Maricopa County School Superintendent

Hear from Laura Freer, an applications programmer at Maricopa County’s Office of Enterprise Technology.

Girls Who Code: Digital Storyteller
Girls Who Code

Learn to program a digital story with Scratch to share an uplifting tale, a funny story, or important information to help people during challenging times.

Carnegie STEM Girls: Computer Programmer
Carnegie STEM Girls

Computer Programmers boss computers around…well, sort of.

STEM Pro LIVE! David Moss, GIS
Maricopa County School Superintendent

In this STEM Pro Live!, you’ll hear from Maricopa County GIS Officer David Moss about how GIS works, how valuable it can be to businesses, and how he and his team use GIS to help government agency’s make decisions –like where to build new fire departments, how to prepare for emergency situations, and how to alleviate traffic jams.

Girls Who Code: Skillshare / Share Your Skillz
Girls Who Code

Learn how to use HTML and CSS to build a tutorial that teaches someone how to do something.

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