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Spring has finally sprung and so too
 have opportunities for Tech-Girls (& Boys)!

Tech-Girl Monthly: Charlottesville Editon

We are super excited to be sharing a booth with the CyberJutsu Girls at the USA Science & Engineering Festival this weekend (April 25-27) in DC! If you are coming to the Festival, you won't want to miss the Girl Zone. We are also looking for volunteers to help out at the booth - it's a great way to get an inside track on the festival. Volunteers on Friday also get a sneak peek at the festival before it opens to the public on Saturday. For this and other volunteer opportunities with Tech-Girls, please complete this brief form.
Activities & Events
Get a little help Decoding Summer Tech Camps from Common Sense Media and then check out all the opportunities we have right here in Charlottesville!
  • April 22 - CoderDojo Summer Academy registration begins. The summer offerings will include separate morning and afternoon sessions during the weeks of July 7-10, July 14-17, and July 21-24. More info
  • April 25 - Biomedical Design Expo. Come explore & celebrate biotech design projects from across the University! Featuring over 20 different design projects in neurology, infectious diseases, cancer, orthopedics, and more. More info.
  • April 29 - Teen Opportunity Fair. Are you 14-21 years old and want to work, volunteer or intern this summer?  The Piedmont Workforce Network Youth Council is sponsoring the first "Help Wanted! Teens Opportunity Fair" 4:00-7:00 pm at the Virginia Workforce Center, 2211 Hydraulic Road (CAT Bus 7). More info.
  • May 14 - Create It @ The Library. Drop in at the Central Library's monthly pop up Teen Maker Space for Grades 6-12. More info. Check back for Soft Circuit Making coming to a JMRL branch near you!
  • May 31 - Web Design: The Maker Party at Light House Studio. 8th thru 12th graders learn about the building blocks of the web, HTML & CSS, while making cool web pages. Registration required.
  • June 28 - Women Can Fly event @ CHO with free airplane rides to girls and women ages 8 and up, ATC tower tours, tours of aircraft on display, and opportunities to talk with professionals in aviation. Registration required for flights.
  • July 14-18 - Soft Circuit Creations for rising 6th - 9th graders. More tech classes & registration info available at PVCC Summer Career Academies.
  • July 28-Aug 1 - Video Game Design at Light House Studio. 7th thru 12th graders can get their first taste of video game design in this beginner-friendly workshop. Registration required.
  • August 11-15 - Exploring Technology at Light House Studio for ages 8 to 11. Learn about what makes a computer tick & create your own technology. Registration required.

The snowy winter sure gave us some challenges for our Girls' Geek Days, but we had TWO really fun days and are looking forward to continuing these days in the Fall. Please give us your feedback to make the next Girls' Geek Days even more awesome!

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