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Who: Girls in Grades 7-9

What: A one-day event with four hands-on sessions that will expose students to computer programming, computational thinking and digital skills. In 2018 these sessions were delivered by WISE Kid-Netic Energy, the Faculty of Engineering’s Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, the Faculty of Science’s Department of Computer Science, and Microsoft’s DigiGirlz. When students register, they will have an opportunity to take part in online lessons prior to the event. The more lessons a student completes, the more times their name will be entered to win one of 10 prizes. Last year prizes included 2 Cue Robots, 2 Cozmo robots, 2 Ozobots, and 4 littleBits Rule Your Room Kits. This event is great way for students to find out if computer science/engineering is an area they might like to pursue as a career one day. In addition, this event will inform the girls about other clubs, events, resources, etc. that exist if they would like to learn more.

Where: Maples Collegiate, 1330 Jefferson Ave. 

When: Saturday, February 9, 2019, 9:30 am - 2:15 pm

Cost: FREE

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER! Space is limited.