WNY STEM Hub Signature Programs
for students this summer.
The Girls Coding Project is a two-week learning experience for girls entering the 6th through 12th grades, organized by WNY STEM Hub in collaboration with Girl Scouts of WNY and SUNY Buffalo State. Sessions are held in the SUNY Buffalo State Technology Building, home of the college’s Computer Information Systems Department. The goal is to encourage more young women to pursue computer science education and to be
come part of WNY’s growing technology workforce. Join us July 9-20! Sessions are Monday-Friday, 9am to 3pm.
Registration is now open: https://gswny.wufoo.com/forms/2018-girls-coding-project
Scholarship support is also available: no eligible girl is denied participation in this program.
AT&T Coding Your Future is NEW this summer. This is a two-week program (July 30-August 10) for high school aged girls who have recently immigrated to the United States. Participants will learn important early lessons about computer programs, use, and computer coding to inspire their further education and career opportunities.
At the end of the program, the students will populate a website that tells their unique stories. To help with his, renowned storytellers Karima Amin and Lorna Czarnota will guide their learning about the power and art of storytelling.
The program is possible thanks to a significant gift from AT&T, and collaboration from Journey’s End Refugees Services, SUNY Buffalo State Research & Development Department, ACCESS WNY, and the Buffalo Urban League.
The program is FREE. Registration is limited: please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Hand in Hand is a two-week experience (August 13-24, 9am to 3pm) that gives 45 students basic knowledge of anatomy and careers in medical technology, plus fundamental technology skills in 3D printing, engineering design, computer coding and advanced fabrication, in addition leadership training and service learning. Online open source resources are provided by e-NABLE, a global community of volunteers who fabricate assistive devices for people in need all over the world. Professionals from biomedical, technology design, occupational therapy, and medical-surgical fields also participate to share career exploration experience. All sessions are held at the Health Sciences Charter School in Buffalo. There are two levels of participation: high school students may be Project Team Leaders (with one additional day of leadership training); or 6-9th graders may be participants.
We are no longer accepting applications for this program: it is full.
Thank you to our sponsors
The Garman Family Foundation
administered by the Community Foundation of Greater Buffalo
And our collaborative partners
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