Empowering girls in grades 5-12 to learn about computer science and how to write computer code while making connections with other girls who also think creatively. Led by female computer science faculty and college students in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. Classes are free, though donations are welcome for food, supplies, t-shirts and instructors.
Registration for Spring 2023 is open.
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Classes will be held in person at the EMS building of UW-Milwaukee (3200 N. Cramer St., Milwaukee 53211) and online via Zoom.
- The classes are open to students from 5th to 12th grade.
- All classes are held Friday nights from 6 to 8 pm.
- The session will run for 10 weeks, beginning February 10 and ending April 28, with breaks on March 24 and April 7.
In-Person and Online Classes Offered:
- Level 1: Introduction to Coding IN-PERSON Class (little to no experience with coding). Students will use the Codesters platform to learn coding with Python.
- Level 1: Introduction to Coding ONLINE Class (little to no experience with coding). Students will use Codesters platform to learn coding with Python.
- Game Development IN-PERSON Class (some programming experience assumed). Students must be 7th grade or higher to join this class. They will use the Gamemaker platform to create games.
- CAD Drawing and Design IN-PERSON Class. Students must be 7th grade or higher to join the class. They will use Creo to create and model solid figures and 3D-print some of them in the College of Engineering & Applied Science Makerspace.
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