Diving into 'Careers with Code' with Google and the National Girls Collaborative

Public event
Date: 
Wednesday, November 30, 2016 - 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Time Zone: 
Pacific
Location (optional): 
Connection details provided upon registration.

'Careers with Code is a magazine and online resource that shows how computer science can intersect with students' passions to create a dream career in health, sports, business, virtual reality, and many other fields.' During this interactive webinar, participants will have the unique opportunity to communicate directly with the innovators behind the Careers with Code publication. Guided by a discussion with representatives from Google's K12 Education Outreach team, Refraction Media, and the National Girls Collaborative Project, together we will dive into the multitude of pathways girls can take to a career in computer science.

Careers with Code was created by STEM specialist publishing company, Refraction Media, in partnership with Google, and it features surprising computer science careers, tips, and pathways, beyond being the top of your class and getting the best degree. It is about enabling everyone to access career ideas to create their own future.

Just five days before the kick-off to Computer Science Education Week (CS Ed Week), this webinar will be a great opportunity for you to find out ways to get involved and engage girls in computational thinking throughout CS Ed Week. 

Careers with Code: Game-changing jobs of tomorrow
Event contact
First Name: 
Erin
Last Name: 
Hogeboom