The Michigan Council of Females in Technologies is holding a technologies camp at Central Michigan University for girls in fifth by means of eighth grades. Pictured are some of the girls who participated in a technologies workshop supplied by the non-profit at Mt. Pleasant Public Schools. Photo supplied Mt. Pleasant Public Schools.
A Detroit-location non-profit that promotes females in technologies is supplying middle college-aged girls a possibility to discover a lot more about computer systems and web technologies at a day camp at Central Michigan University later this month.
For the duration of the sessions, campers will have an chance to meet with expert females and guys who operate in technological fields, and discover a wide variety of tech careers, according to Katina Cloutier, system director for the Michigan Council of Females in Technologies Foundation.
Camp sessions contain engaging girls in age-proper subjects like game design and style, internet site design and style and robotics programming.
Participants going into fifth and sixth grades will system Ozobot Evo robots utilizing block-primarily based programming and design and style a multi-paged internet site utilizing HTML and CSS.
These getting into seventh and eighth grade will discover to improve their essential pondering and challenge-solving abilities whilst programming Finch two. robot and designing a multi-paged internet site utilizing HTML and CSS, Cloutier stated.
Every week-extended technologies camp fees $one hundred per participant and involves light breakfast and lunch.
Primarily based in Southfield, the Michigan Council of Females in Technologies is a statewide non profit that supports girls and females in the field of information and facts technologies.
Scholarships are offered, and there is a limit of 50 participants in the camp.
For a lot more information and facts, go to www.mcwt.org.
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