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Join Us for Our Next Webinar Featuring the Director of Community Partnerships and Outreach at Girls who code

August 11, 2021: 

Essential Holistic and Equity-Focused Best Practices for Enhancing Your Coding Programs

  12:00 p.m. ET,  11:00 a.m. CT,  10:00 a.m. MT,  9:00 a.m. PT

Presenter: Emily Ong is the Director of Community Partnerships & Outreach at Girls Who Code, the international non-profit leading the movement to close the gender gap in technology. As a passionate advocate of educational equity, Emily has dedicated her career to developing strong community partnerships that provide opportunities for every child to succeed.                                   
Developing holistic and equitable coding programs doesn’t have to be hard—Girls Who Code has your back! Join us to gain the tools you need to easily bring fun and digestible coding curricula to your community—whether you’re a complete beginner or a resident expert. Through a walkthrough of their free Clubs program, you’ll understand how to incorporate essential community-building activities that encourage positive social emotional development, build a supportive network of peers and diverse role models for students, and connect coding to impact.

You’ll walk away with tangible tips and strategies you can implement right away and begin brainstorming how to develop (or enhance) the STEM initiatives in your own school!


The presentation will be recorded and placed on the NMLSTA website where it will be available for members.


Upcoming Webinars:

September 30, 2021\The Source for Learning: MySciLife

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