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January 2021

[REGISTRATION FULL] Python Programming

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January 24 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. Event run by University of Pennsylvania's Society of Women Engineers. Did you know that Disney, Netflix, Google and NASA, just to name a few, are all using Python? Python can be used for creating web applications, automation, programming robots and artificial intelligence. Python is the language of choice from beginners to experts. Students will learn how to program using Python starting with simple data types,…

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SQL: Explore & Command Databases

January 26 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. Event run by Slalom. Did you know that most of the world’s data is stored in something called a database? This includes your school grades, Yelp’s list of local pizza shops and music downloads on your computer. Databases contain tons of information. Finding the exact information you need can be like finding a needle in a haystack. In this workshop, students will learn about databases,…

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Mars Explorer Mini Camp

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January 30 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. In this mini camp the girls will learn how to make apps using the code.org App Lab. The girls will explore the use of data, tables and creating web requests to get external data. Using all these concepts, they will create an app to explore images from Mars sent by the Curiosity rover using an API to retrieve information.

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February 2021

Make a Website Using HTML/CSS

February 3 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. Did you ever wonder how websites are made? Have you ever wanted to make your own website? Making a website is easier than you may think. In this workshop, students will learn the elements of HTML and CSS and use them to create a website. Using a text editor and web browser, students will edit web page templates and use them to make their own…

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Python Programming

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February 5 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. Did you know that Disney, Netflix, Google and NASA, just to name a few, are all using Python? Python can be used for creating web applications, automation, programming robots and artificial intelligence. Python is the language of choice from beginners to experts. Students will learn how to program using Python starting with simple data types, including numbers, letters and strings, and lists. Students will also…

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Photo Editing

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February 6 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time Click Here for a time zone converter Learn how to create awesome pictures and cool art projects using photo editing software. Curious about what you can do with colors, layers, contrast, saturation, smart selection tools and much more to create that perfect picture. Unleash your creativity, we cannot wait to see what you create.

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Investigate Water Pollution Sources using ArcGIS Online

February 6 @ 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. Event run by Young Women In Bio-RTP Time to turn on your investigative thinking hats! Have you ever wondered where your drinking water comes from? How about what might be in your water? How do we find this out? This workshop uses a combination of a water quality dataset and an online map-making tool to investigate where a fictitious source of groundwater pollution (based on…

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[REGISTRATION FULL] 3D Jewelry​ Design​ ​with​ Tinkercad & 3D​ ​Manufacturing

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February 7 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. Event run by AAUW Greensboro. Design a bangle and learn to model it using primitive “building blocks” in Autocad’s Tinkercad 3D modeling software. Students will learn the basics of 3D modeling, the different types of professional 3D modeling software available, and walk away with an understanding of how small jewelry designers use 3D to design and manufacture. Before leaving, students will be shown online websites…

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Using Computer Simulations to Help Solve Complex Problems

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February 11 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. Event run by Credera Complex systems are all around us from a flock of birds creating beautiful patterns, to the spread of diseases to understanding and protecting ecosystems. Computer simulations are a great tool scientists use to understand complex systems. In this class, you will learn about computer simulations and create your own simulations of an epidemic and what factors make it spread faster or…

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Artistic Math

February 13 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. Come join us! Learn to use math to its fullest potential to make beautiful patterns. We will use Python to display interesting shapes to create captivating artwork. We can not wait to see what patterns you come up with. If you can add, subtract, multiply, and divide, this class is for you.

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Introduction to JavaScript

February 13 @ 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. JavaScript is what makes the web move. JavaScript is used to make apps, interactive websites, responsive animations, web games... pretty much whatever you can think up. In this course, you will learn the basic concepts of JavaScript, learn to talk directly to your website, and create your own JavaScript program using Chrome Developer Tools (DevTools) or the BSD Online Platform!

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Artificial Intelligence: How Computers Learn

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February 16 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. Event run by Neighborhoods.com. Have you ever wondered how Alexa or Siri recognizes your voice, or how Facebook is able to automatically recognize your friends in pictures? The answer is Artificial Intelligence (AI), or also known as Machine Learning! In this workshop, students will learn about how machine learning techniques such as artificial neural networks learn from data to answer real world questions.

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Making a Website with HTML/CSS

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February 19 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. Did you ever wonder how websites are made? Have you ever wanted to make your own website? Making a website is easier than you may think. In this workshop, students will learn the elements of HTML and CSS and use them to create a website. Using a text editor and web browser, students will edit web page templates and use them to make their own…

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Delivering Equal Access with Accessibility

February 20 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. The topic of digital accessibility has become one of great discussion in the last several years for website creators as well as for website owners. Despite the attention accessibility has gotten, the vast majority of digital experiences remain inaccessible in many ways to users with various disabilities. While the responsibility of delivering accessible experiences requires a full team effort, there are many aspects that fall…

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Scratch Coding

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February 20 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. In this workshop students will learn the basics of Scratch "drag and drop" coding and code their very own game or animated story!

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A TechGirlz Talk: Understanding Logging as a Software Engineer!

February 22 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. About the Speaker:Ritika Nevatia is a Software Engineer at Apple. She got her Masters degree from Stony Brook University, NY. Prior to Apple, she has worked at Uber in San Francisco, Rakuten in Fukuoka, CERN in Geneva, and Barclays in Pune. She enjoys learning languages and creating art. She has traveled to 25+ countries and has won a wide range of competitions. She strongly advocates…

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Solving Genetic Mysteries

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February 25 - February 26
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. Hosted by Technology Association of Louisville Kentucky (TALK). This is a virtual 2-day youth STEAM event for Middle School age girls. In this workshop students will learn about the free technologies available to examine genes and visualize a family tree! Find a neighborhood buddy to do this class with you from middle school! 2/25 from 4:00 - 5:00 PM, ET 2/26 from 4:00 - 5:00…

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3D Computer Modeling and Animation

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February 27 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. Enjoy animated movies like Finding Nemo and the Incredibles? Have you ever wondered how animated movies are made, or how cartoon characters are created? In this workshop, students will learn the basics of 3D computer graphics, create and model using the web based Clara.io. No previous experience is required.

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Computer Programming with C++

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February 27 @ 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. Have you ever wanted to know how people create games, utilities, and apps? Well, it all begins with programming. In this workshop you will learn the basics of how to write your very own program using a language called C++! C++ is a great first language to learn because so many other languages are based off of it. After learning C++, you will have a…

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Python Programming

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February 27 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. Did you know that Disney, Netflix, Google and NASA, just to name a few, are all using Python? Python can be used for creating web applications, automation, programming robots and artificial intelligence. Python is the language of choice from beginners to experts. Students will learn how to program using Python starting with simple data types, including numbers, letters and strings, and lists. Students will also…

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March 2021

Code Some Chords Mini Camp

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March 6 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. Become your own DJ using Python to create some awesome songs! If you have no experience in Python or music do not worry! You will learn basic Python and musical concepts using EarSketch to create interesting and unique music in the mini-camp. We can not wait to hear the spectacular songs you come up with!

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Cybersecurity Basics: How to Manage Cyber Risks

March 13 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. Take cybersecurity into your own hands! We all rely on electronic information. But what would happen if it was stolen, corrupted, or unavailable? In this workshop, students will learn about why cybersecurity is important and the practices and tools that can help people and organizations protect their critical information. We will conduct exercises to examine some of the technology that is used to help protect…

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Introduction to JavaScript

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March 13 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. Event run by Temple University ACM Organization. JavaScript is what makes the web move. JavaScript is used to make apps, interactive websites, responsive animations, web games... pretty much whatever you can think up. In this course, you will learn the basic concepts of JavaScript, learn to talk directly to your website, and create your own JavaScript program using Chrome Developer Tools (DevTools) or the BSD…

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Make a Website Using HTML/CSS

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March 20 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. Event run by Temple University ACM Organization. Did you ever wonder how websites are made? Have you ever wanted to make your own website? Making a website is easier than you may think. In this workshop, students will learn the elements of HTML and CSS and use them to create a website. Using a text editor and web browser, students will edit web page templates…

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Facing Gender Bias as a High School Girl: A TechGirlz Talk

March 29 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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All Virtual Events are Scheduled/Run in Eastern Time. Click Here for a time zone converter. Aria is one of India's few girls selected for industrial giant Infosys' talent hunt called Catch Them Young, a program for mathematically-gifted high-schoolers. She has also won the Grand Prize in one of the world's most prestigious coding competitions, Google Code-In. Aria has contributed to the development of a robot simulation for Open Roberta, an online platform that aims to make robotics education accessible to…

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