Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code is currently recruiting for teaching staff for our 2015 Summer Immersion Programs. We’re hosting over 50 programs nationwide (Boston, Chicago, LA, Miami, Newark, NYC, Seattle, DC, and all over the SF Bay Area) to cultivate the next generation of female tech leaders. The ideal Teacher candidate is an empathetic and enthusiastic individual with a BA or BS in Computer Science and teaching experience (e.g. classroom teaching, tutoring, TAing). Teaching Assistants are typically undergraduates majoring in Computer Science. Learn what it's like to spend the summer with Girls Who Code and apply at bit.ly/14CI7Oh

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Howard West: A First Step in Creating More Opportunities for African-American Engineers

Fri, February 2, 2018

Howard West, an educational and career development initiative between Howard University and Google, Inc., is a first step in creating more opportunities for African-American engineers. Howard West, a vision of President Frederick, was realized in 2017 with a successful pilot program. (Photo credit: Google) Read More >>

Innovation and Entrepreneurship Workshop (Wed. Nov. 16th @ 6:30p - HUIRB 1st Floor)

Tue, November 15, 2016

Innovation and Entrepreneurship Workshop (Wed. Nov. 16th @ 6:30p - HUIRB 1st Floor) Serious about launching your own startup! This is one of several workshops that will be offered throughout the year. For those students who participate in all the workshops, they will receive up to $3K to fund their venture. Read More >>

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