Last year, only 1% of Massachusetts' High School students took AP computer science.
Give an Hour - Change a Life
To celebrate Computer Science Education Week 2016 the MassTLC Education Foundation is partnering with the Burlington Public Schools to inspire High School students and show them why coding matters.
Dec 12 - Career Breakfast
Technology Professionals are wanted to participate in a Career Breakfast scheduled for December 12th, starting at 8:45 A.M and running through 10:15 A.M. Speakers will meet with a small group of students for 30 minutes and provide them with an overview of the education and training required for their profession, as well as a basic understanding of the day-to-day responsibilities of those in that profession.
Dec 12-16 - An Hour of Code with High School Students
Burlington High School is looking for technology professionals or STEM activities to share with students during the week of Dec 12 - 16. Simply sign up and the school will contact you to discuss details.
Prizes for class competitions & funding for the Burlington High School Computer Club.
All donations to the MassTLC Education Foundation will be doubled through a state matching grant.
Kolleen, Microsoft Civic Tech Engagement Manager, working with students from the Tynan School.
Email Shereen@MassTLC.org or go to www.MassTLCef.org to find out more.
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Governor's STEM Advisory Council, MassCAN, Code.org, Microsoft TEALS and the Commonwealth Alliance for Information Technology.
Date and Time
Burlington High School
123 Cambridge St
Burlington, MA 01803